Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Be sure to sign up for our Property Tour and Creative Wealth Seminar in Mid-November in the well-rounded city of Orlando, Florida.There are major medical companies investing in the surrounding area. There are also basics to the State of Florida which make it a good place to invest. It offers asset protection, has no income tax for its residents and is pro-business and pro-landlord. This hybrid market is ripe and when the real estate market there corrects itself investment properties will appreciate to their proper values.

 

Key Takeaways:

 

Jason’s Editorial:

[1:14] A glitch in the previous Orlando podcast

[2:56] Orlando Property Tour in mid-November including the Creative Wealth seminar

[6:50] Meet the Masters in January

[7:42] The new Joe Investor segment and more great real estate investment content

 

Orlando Local Market Specialist Interview:

[8:57] Re-introducing the Orlando market

[10:10] Cash flow positive in a highly desirable market

[10:54] The importance of demand and desirability

[13:55] Judicial foreclosure states versus non-judicial foreclosure states

[15:02] Removing the supply drives the price upwards and eliminates cash flow properties

[17:04] Buying below replacement costs in Orlando

[17:30] Appreciation and regression to replacement cost are two different things

[18:28] Las Vegas may be a massively over speculated, natural growth was needed

[20:39] Florida basics create an environment for job growth

[22:09] Everybody knows Orlando, Florida - It’s more than Disney

[23:45] Light rail systems are up and running

[24:40] The market will correct itself; a cyclical evolution

[27:25] The right team, great deals are available in a landlord friendly environment

[29:07] Our management team was built for investors by investors

[31:09] Nobody wants an eviction but if it happens our group does it well

[34:56] Making the right choice in the real estate market - look 10 years in either direction

[37:50] Looking at linear about to go hybrid markets like Orlando, Chicago

 

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The mainstream media doesn’t ever mention investment property as an asset class. Are they owned by Wall Street? Small investors must not buy enough ad space. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, in an effort to protect the average person, makes new regulations which actually reduce opportunities for entrepreneurs or any mid-level company without enough money to pay an army of lawyers to sift through the glut of compliance issues. We discuss regulatory changes and the new closing form.

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial:

[1:37] Celebrating Jason’s birthday by paragliding

[2:54] Real estate service providers and introducing new forms

[4:35] New rules and documents for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

[8:36] Mini case study voicemail from Mason

[10:32] Outsmarting the Federal Reserve and the lame stream media

[15:20] Downward pressure on property pricing

[16:16] Upward pressure on rents

[18:26] The good way out is technological innovation

[19:50] Orlando income property tour in mid-November

[20:56] Meet the Masters in San Diego, California on January 8 & 9

 

Ken Trepeta Guest Interview:

[23:00] Integrating RESPA and TILA

[25:28] No more HUD-1’s

[26:08] The underlying rules are the responsibility of the lender of the closing disclosure form

[28:50] The devil in the details of the Dodd-Frank document

[31:50] Protecting consumers from paying too high interest

[33:02] The investor community has certain exemptions

[35:23] Small and midsize investors may need an army of lawyers

[37:57] New real estate investors walk away after seeing the roadblocks

[40:07] Preventing access to opportunities

[41:05] Condominium loans vs single family home loans

[41:58] How to contact Ken’s group

 

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Jason Hartman talks with one of his Investment Counselors, Steve, about a Naked Capitalism blog post on the new real estate train wreck in securitized rentals.  Wall Street’s newest “innovation” based on rental income.  Will this be another Wall Street scam like the pools of subprime mortgages, auction rate securities, derivatives or numerous other products that were misrepresented to investors.

Next up, a discussion of the ‘lost decade’ for the American middle class based on a Newser article and some talk about the investor-driven recovery in real estate. 

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