Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Visualization is an immensely powerful thing. What the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.

Because of the power of visualization, Jason went and found an expert who can help real estate investors get in the right mindset and, hopefully, set you on a path to an even better portfolio and life.

Today is the third installment of our guided visualization journey.

Direct download: CW_Guided_Visualization_3.mp3
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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 920, originally published in December 2017.

Jason Hartman starts off the show with Investment Counselor Carrie from a single family investment trade show in Phoenix, Arizona. The two have been meeting vendors at the trade show and are absolutely amazed at the opportunities that smart technology is creating for investors. These innovations will allow investors to truly increase their profits as they become more comfortable self managing their properties across the nation.

Then, Jason talks with Cameron Herold, author of Double Double: How to Double Your Revenue and Profit in 3 Years or Less, and Meetings Suck, about how his Vivid Vision can clarify your purpose and help you get on the right path.

It's imperative that every business knows exactly what the mission is, and that every employee in the business knows where the company is headed. It's the only true way to get, and stay, ahead of the competition.

Key Takeaways:

[3:32] There's technology coming that will allow you to review tenants (and have them review you)

[8:14] Smart technology is making it easier to self-manage properties from a distance, and increasing your profits in the process

Cameron Herold Interview:

[14:15] How writing your Vivid Vision can author your future

[17:39] Reverse engineering your Vivid Vision

[20:26] Finding the "sweet spot" in length for your Vivid Vision, and how to properly use it

[23:43] What should you do with your Vivid Vision? How much does David share his?

[28:32] How to run meetings properly

[31:41] How long should you book your meetings?

Websites:

www.CameronHerold.com

Direct download: CW_1221_FBF_Cameron_Herold.mp3
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Jason Hartman talks with Dr. Warren Farrell, author of books such as Why Men Earn More, The Myth of Male Power and his newest book The Boy Crisis, about the various waves of feminism and what each has done to male/female relationships. Warren explains why he was originally part of the National Organization of Women (NOW) and why he eventually left, as well as the importance of male figures in children's lives.

Key Takeaways:

[2:29] Dr Farrell left the National Organization of Women when the members demanded that children of divorce be kept with their mother, not the father

[5:14] Want to know how messed up the world is? Check out dating sites

[7:34] Examining the 3 waves of feminism, have they been a good deal for women?

[10:55] There's a movement among men who have started thinking that the current family dynamic isn't a good deal because they lose everything if the marriage fails

[13:32] When researching for The Boy Crisis, Warren found 70 ways that boys were being harmed when they didn't have a mother and father influence in their lives

[16:46] At every stage of the prison sentence, the discrimination against men is drastic

[18:14] The pay gap isn't between men and women, it's between dads and moms

[24:40] Women who have never been married and never had children earn 17% more than men do

[29:55] A vast majority of men in prison are fatherless

[34:12] The male/female sexual tango is completely out of rhythm at the moment

Website:

www.WarrenFarrell.com

Direct download: CW_1220_Warren_Farrell.mp3
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Jason Hartman and Investment Counselor Carrie take a look at some of the prime markets where first time buyers are looking to buy, with several of them being markets his network is currently selling properties. Then the two look into some responses from listeners about some personal information they shared before coming to Meet the Masters as Jason tries to learn more about his friends.

Key Takeaways:

[2:28] Where first time buyers are looking to buy

[6:05] Terminology that Jason thinks needs to be used

[9:16] Tampa made the list of places people are looking to live, and it's also a market Jason's group is looking at potentially going into

[15:24] The Millennial Struggle House and Home Blogcast

[20:58] Some responses from the Meet the Masters question about some interesting facts about attendees

[25:09] What life lesson Jason learned from his mom when learning to fly

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Direct download: CW_1219_Carrie.mp3
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Jason Hartman talks with Dr. David D Friedman, son of Milton Friedman, former professor at Santa Clara University in the Law School, and author of books such as The Machinery of Freedom: Guide to a Radical Capitalism and Law's Order: What Economics Has to Do with Law and Why It Matters. The two dissect what role the government should have in society: what it's capable of and what it need to steer clear from, while also delving into the 4 problems that need to be addressed in a feud system.

Key Takeaways:

[3:21] How David's thinking is similar and different than his father's

[5:34] Can the government actually be out of everything?

[9:55] One of the mistakes that supporters of free markets make is implying that things won't ever go wrong

[13:25] Market failure is a mark for and against government

[19:17] What David learned about feud law when looking at various legal systems

[23:12] Making the tort claims transferable would make our legal system much better

Website:

www.DavidDFriedman.com

Direct download: CW_1218_David_Friedman.mp3
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Jason Hartman talks with Doug about why there's been a decline in inventory and what shortages are abound in the housing market. In examining several videos about the housing market and economy, Jason and Doug also look at what impact privatizing mortgages could have and housing affordability in Canada.

Key Takeaways:

[4:52] The big housing shortage is not in McMansions, it's in the 100k range

[8:18] The problem with waiting for the next recession

[13:09] Inventory has declined, which has caused upward pressure on prices

[19:29] When large developers start building an area, they have to keep the sales going in order to make money, so prices can fluctuate

[23:25] The potential impact of privatizing is a prevention of markets overheating

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Email your Spam to reviews@JasonHartman.com

Direct download: CW_1217_Doug.mp3
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Visualization is an immensely powerful thing. What the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.

Because of the power of visualization, Jason went and found an expert who can help real estate investors get in the right mindset and, hopefully, set you on a path to an even better portfolio and life.

Today is the second installment of our guided visualization journey.

Direct download: CW_Bonus_2.mp3
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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 917, originally published in December 2017.

Jason Hartman is happy to bring one of his clients, Adam Jackson, on to the show to talk about his journey into real estate investing. Adam started buying properties toward the end of 2016, and has subsequently purchased 11 homes in the past year on his quest for financial freedom.

Adam shares what markets he's currently invested in, where he's looking to expand, keeping score with personal financial statements, and keeping a healthy balance.

Key Takeaways:

[9:00] 2018 is predicted to be an earthquake heavy year, so be careful with your property in earthquake zones

[12:22] Venezuela is the latest example of runaway inflation

[15:35] Invest in commodities and fight inflation with income properties

Client Case Study with Adam Jackson:

[17:53] Who is Adam Jackson?

[23:32] Where Adam bought his first property, and why

[25:43] Why Adam chose to buy a home with cash

[33:32] When you suffer through an expensive repair, remember that your loss is shared by the government on your tax return

[36:10] How to keep score via financial statements

[41:04] The P vs PC Balance

[44:10] Adam's attempt at the abundance mentality and trying to pass along whatever wisdom/money/time he can

[47:51] Focusing on a few things in-depth is better than a little bit of everything

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Magic Power by Triumph

Direct download: CW_1216_FBF_Adam_Jackson.mp3
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Jason Hartman talks with G Edward Griffin, author of The Creature from Jekyll Island, about corporate scams. Too many people hide behind the veil that corporations offer; ripping off consumers and shareholders and letting the company take the punishment. G Edward and Jason discuss this topic, as well as how we can actually change things to allow society to hold those responsible accountable.

Key Takeaways:

[3:47] It can perfectly legal to extract millions of dollars from a company while the shareholders value drops to 0

[6:53] Trying to punish "the corporation" just means that shareholders get hurt

[9:23] How do we hold someone accountable when a corporation does something bad?

[11:09] How to actually make change happen to fix this problem

[14:16] Governments have a perpetual lien on your property. There's no such thing as owning something "free and clear"

[20:15] What is reasoning behind people like Soros when they pump money into politics?

[22:51] The Fabian Socialist Society believed you took over society gradually

[26:30] At what point is it proper for the state to intervene?

Website:

www.RedPillExpo.org

www.FreedomForceInternational.org

www.RealityZone.com

Direct download: CW_1215_G_Edward_Griffin.mp3
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Jason Hartman talks with in-house economist Thomas about how interest rates in the past 10 years have compared to one another. The two explain why interest rates can be so difficult to predict and how these past 10 years are compared to the past.

Key Takeaways:

[3:54] Interest rates aren't completely unpredictable, but they're driven by things where you can't know exactly what's going on

[7:11] Interest rates back in 2010

[16:49] #5 on Thomas' list is 2017, when interest rates dipped under 4%

[21:25] 2015 makes up the #3 spot on the list with interest rates averaging 3.85%

[25:19] The #1 year for interest rates in the past decade

[29:33] Remember that real estate deals can be renegotiated

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Direct download: CW_1214_Thomas.mp3
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