Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Daren Blomquist is a Senior VP at ATTOM Data Solutions and the Executive Editor of ATTOM’s award-winning Housing News Report. This is Daren’s second visit to the Creating Wealth podcast. He joins Jason to discuss the new President-Elect, Donald Trump, what Trump’s future presidency will mean for real estate investors, the economy and the regulatory issue’s which bogg the current market.

Key Takeaways:

[1:43] What does a Trump presidency mean for real estate investors and the US economy?

[5:55] The wage problem is causing affordability issues.

[8:46] In the real estate market lower interest rates create a bubble. .

[11:33] The rising house prices are unsustainable and home ownership rates are at 50-year lows.

[15:43] Wouldn’t it be nice if Trump repealed Dodd-Frank?

[19:11] ATTOM’s Housing News Report article reveals big banks are leaving the mortgage business.

[20:16] October 2016 shows a month-over-month increase in foreclosure activity.  

[24:29] Trump’s promise to invest in the infrastructure in rust belt cities will benefit real estate investors.

[25:36] Creating Wealth listeners get the award winning Housing News Report free for one year if they email marketing@attomdata.com

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Realty Trac

Marketing List at Realty Trac

ATTOM Data

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Trump supporters like the fact that he is politically incorrect.

Average Americans are speaking up and they want a hard ass in the White House. They are tired of the trouble making, intolerant progressive democrats who know nothing of economics. They may be in search of a man similar to Ronald Reagan, like Donald Trump. Both former president and possibly future president speak in generalities because it is their job to lead, not to be the experts. Trump will use the American military when it is needed to serve the best interests of the American public. Jason’s guest, Jeffrey Lord says Obama’s presidential leadership is considered weak among international leaders and it is putting America in jeopardy.

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Kare Anderson is Jason’s guest on this amazing interview about the dynamics of human communication. Kare is an Emmy award winning journalist who has previously reported for both NBC and the Wall Street Journal. She is a columnist for Forbes, the Huffington Post and her published works have 5-star reviews from verified readers. She founded Annie’s Homegrown and is currently active on 9 political action committees. Her blog posts and TEDx talks draw attention to the power of connective behavior and captivate international audiences.

Key Takeaways:

[1:28] The majority has spoken in favor of Trump. The politics of race, gender and unification have yet to be addressed.

[7:14] Are our RINO’s galloping towards Socialism?

[9:44] Controlling the borders and nullifying trade agreements will increase American wages.

 

Kare Anderson Guest Interview:

[13:18] What is connective behavior and what does it encompass?

[15:35] Simple ways for people to connect include getting specific sooner, showing warmth before competence, sitting sidle and walking.

[18:19] Create a bigger pie when someone is attacking you.

[19:35] If you plan for what you want to do you don’t let anybody else determine your behavior.

[20:13] A connective leader has the most clout.

[22:51] Look for something you like about someone and keep it in mind every time you see that person.

[27:14] How do journalists like Kare Anderson get people to open up and provide a fuller, richer story during an interview?

[30:36] How did the Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner and Diane Sawyer handle their roles during the interview?

[36:30] To have a meaningful and accomplished life means being grounded and truly listening to other people.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Hartman Media

Kare Anderson's Say it Better

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Jason and guest Gary Pinkerton breakdown the article, 27 Charts That Will Change How You Think About the American Economy. Each chart represents changes in the US economy related to productivity, demographics or inflation. Highlights of the discussion include the possibility for people to work well past the current social security mandated retirement age, the lopsided amount of service jobs as compared to labor jobs and the real opportunity which exist for real estate investors based on the percentage of Americans with a sizable nest egg.

Key Takeaways:

[2:11] Corrupt people are everywhere in the world but in the US they work legally.

[4:18] Will you help produce Jason’s “Rigged” documentary?

[6:25] Phenomenal opportunities await real estate and income property investors.

[10:26] A Gobankingrates survey illustrates the crisis at hand showing 62% of the US population has less than $1000.00 as savings.

[14:57] Join us for the upcoming Venture Alliance Mastermind in Phoenix.

Gary Pinkerton Guest Interview:

[19:15] Gary was looking for a way to shift active income into passive income which led him to the Creating Wealth podcast.

[21:32] The 27 Charts that will change how you think about the American economy article, by Timothy Lee.

[25:42] As the Service Industry grows, it is a clear indicator of progress and a higher standard of living.

[29:34] People have been dropping out of the labor force since the year 2000.

[32:05] The real estate charts show growth in urban areas.

[36:40] Analyzing chart #19, Inflation-adjusted housing prices.

[41:53] Housing prices have grown a lot faster than construction costs.

[46:17] The ways Americans retire are changing.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Hartman Education

Venture Alliance

27 Charts That Will Change How You Think About The American Economy.

Paradigm Life - About Gary Pinkerton

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Jason explores the benefits of being a direct investor and the problems of group investing or pooling money and going into other people’s deals, businesses, partnerships, LLC’s, REIT’s or TICS. Hear a chat with Jim Cramer of Mad Money and The Street.com.

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This exciting, politically-charged episode is just in time for the US election! Jason’s guest, Bill Ayers is a retired Professor of Education, a contributor to many prestigious academic journals and an original member of the Weather Underground. Mr. Ayers is the author of several books and his new release, Demand the Impossible! A Radical Manifesto is the topic of today’s conversation. Bill shares the eight major discussion points of his book and elaborates on the action steps he believes the US can take to right itself.

 

This is Bill Ayers’ second time on the Creating Wealth podcast.

Key Takeaways:

[3:14] The upcoming election offer American citizens two terrible candidates from a failing two-party system.

Bill Ayers Guest Interview:

[8:03] Bill Ayers’ new book is a call to Americans to release their imaginations and consider the impossible.

[10:22] The eight issues addressed in Bill Ayers’ Demand the Impossible! A Radical Manifesto.

[11:37]  The money scheme which is privatized prisons. 20% of the prisoners in the world live in the land of the free.

[13:21] What does public safety look like for free people in a democratic society?

[15:40] Bill Ayers is not a tax and spend Liberal.

[18:59] The US Education system is in desperate need of reform.

[27:45] Democratic and the Republican parties agree on war and Wall Street, but little else.

[31:25] How to learn more about Bill Ayers.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Meet the Masters

Bill Ayers

Demand the Impossible! A Radical Manifesto

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This episode focuses on the opportunities which exist when self-managing an income property. First, Jason reviews a Business Insider article regarding dwindling investment property inventories. And later in the podcast, Jason is joined by Bill, who helps manage Fernandos Atlanta and Texas properties. Bill discusses the steps necessary when self-managing income properties.  He shares how to show a property using software tools, leasing a property to a new tenant and how to have tenants facilitate repairs and maintenance issues.

Key Takeaways:

[3:00] Unpacking the Business Insider Article: Pending Home Sales Jump Despite Painfully Tight Housing Market by Bob Bryan.

[4:08] If you are on the fence about increasing your income property portfolio do it in hybrid markets.  

[7:29] Real estate is a game of staying power.

[18:00] The ways Jason is working to empower his investors and arm with them with exceptional management tools.

[19:26] Bill’s work history makes him uniquely qualified to handle Fernando’s property management requirements.

[22:51] How to use Rently lockboxes when self-managing properties.

[27:14] Making a property rent-ready and contacting contractors through handiman websites.

[28:56] Tenants have a vested interest  when working with contractors to fix or maintain properties.

[31:53] When a property is self-managed tenants to take more responsibility for the property.

[35:42] Property Management Software does most of the back-office work for you.  

[37:12] What is required when leasing a property to a tenant?

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Venture Alliance

Rently Lockboxes

Appfolio

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Enjoy a FREE sample of Jason Hartman’s Financial Freedom report in audio format.

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A local market specialist in the Jackson, Mississippi area joins Jason to share details of what makes Jackson a great place to live and to invest. Those looking for blue collar or white collar work are likely to find it in Jackson as employers abound. The well built, low-cost properties have a high RV ratio and the regulatory climate is landlord friendly. Brick on slab construction and agreeable climate make rehabbing lest costly and do-able year round.  

Key Takeaways:

[1:36] There is plenty of work and money goes farther in Jackson, Mississippi.

[4:10] Details of Jackson’s regulatory environment and landlord friendliness.

[5:19] Who are the target tenants of Jackson and who employs them?

[7:43] Typical house prices, cost to rent and what is included in a rehab.

[10:44] Classifying the properties based on cost to buy, building type and school district.

[13:30] After inspections, properties are upgraded and rehabbed with durable materials.

[15:46] A 6-month warranty on rent and upkeep is standard with this local market specialist.

[16:31] Jackson Mississippi has exceptional RV ratios. There are plenty of low-priced homes which collect high rents.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

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Guest Ed Conard is an economist who worked with Mitt Romney at Bain Capital, he is the New York Times Bestselling Author of Unintended Consequences: Why everything you’ve been told about the economy is wrong and his upcoming book, The Upside of Inequality: How Good Intentions Undermine the Middle Class promises to educate and enlighten. Discussions during this podcast include misnomers about CEO pay, why the technology sector is wildly profitable and how a complex web of regulations may be only benefiting the big players in the market.

Ed Conard Guest Interview:

[3:52] Ed Conard worked at Bain Capital with Mitt Romney during which time they experienced exponential growth.

[5:54] The two types of opportunities people invested with Bain Capital are capital investment and management supervision related opportunities.

[7:31] Bill Bain used a higher risk strategy and took advantage of undervalued investment opportunities.

[9:45] The Upside of Inequality showcases the productivity of the American work force.

[14:42] Is negotiating for a bigger piece of the pie accelerating the US economy?

[17:11] CEO pay may not be as outrageous as the headlines lead us to believe.

[22:00] The tech sector pays less taxes and has minimal regulation as compared to other sectors who are constantly looking for regulatory loopholes to give them a competitive advantage.  

[23:46] The rise of profitability in the tech sector has been extraordinary.

[24:47] The economy is squeezing the profitability out of every most other sectors.  

[27:09] Properly trained talent and a willingness to take risk are the binding constraints to growth in this new economy.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman - Now with New Features!

Hartman Education

Edward Conard

@edwardconard on Twitter

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