Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Orlando is more than Disney, it’s a well-rounded city. 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:

[2:01] To own or rent, that is the question

[5:56] City by city comparison for rent to own from Smart Asset calculator

[11:30] You can be winning in real estate even if it feels like you are losing

[13:37] The bigger the government the smaller the citizen

[15:00] Over time linear markets make sense

 

Orlando Local Market Specialist Interview:

 

[19:11] Foreclosures allow you to go cash flow positive in Orlando

[19:58] Market basics for achieving cash flow and appreciation

[22:58] Judicial foreclosure states versus non-judicial foreclosure states

[24:41] Removing the supply drives the price upwards and eliminates cash flow properties

[26:06] Buying below replacement costs in Orlando

[27:33] Las Vegas may be a massively over speculated, natural growth was needed

[29:16] Large companies are investing in Orlando

[31:09] Everybody knows Orlando, Florida - It’s more than Disney

[37:05] The right team, great deals are available and it’s landlord friendly

[38:23] Our management team was built for investors by investors

[39:58] Nobody wants an eviction but if it happens our group does it well

[44:05] Making the right choice in the real estate market - look 10 years in either direction

 

Mentions:

JasonHartman.com

Jason Hartman University

Smart Asset

Direct download: CW_629_Orlando_Market_Profile.mp3
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Why do financial institutions exist and what is their proper role in our society? Today guest John Taft shares the original purpose and mission of the financial services industry. It may seem Wall Street is unwilling to do the right thing by aligning itself with businesses and helping real people in the real world through investments, but Mr. Taft says there are organizations which are still respected and he believes the system will soon right itself. He leaves us with a timely investment tip which is not to be missed.

 

Key Takeaways:

 

Jason’s Editorial:

[3:40] Jason voted with his feet - By leaving a high tax jurisdiction

[8:16] Forcing us to provide our own services

[10:08] True capitalism doesn’t allow for big corporations like we have today

[12:36] Understanding how assets classes react to different economic scenarios

[13:24] Join us in Salt Lake City, Utah for our new JHU live event

 

John Taft Guest Interview:

[16:35] A modern economy couldn’t exist without a financial system

[18:59] Every 10 to 20 years Wall Street forgets what it is supposed to be doing

[20:48] Some people go to Wall Street to make the world a better place

[25:51] The fundamental function of financial institutions is ...

[28:41] Roger Martin is a respected business school dean

[31:09] The good news to come out of the financial crisis

[34:04] The CFA Institute website

[36:19] The importance of financial innovation its function and its purpose

[38:38] We are still in a secular bull market for equities

 

Mentions:

RBC Wealth Management

A Force for Good

Stewardship

CFA Institute

Case-Shiller Index

Finance and the Good Society

Jason Hartman - Matrix Slides

Jason Hartman - JHU live event

Direct download: CW_628_John_Taft.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:16pm EST