Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 622, published last January 18, 2016.

This episode can be summed up by the popular saying “Everyone is a genius in a bull market”. Many financial hosts warn against taking on debt to build wealth. Jason clearly illustrates why we should be using fixed rate mortgage as a financing vehicle and outsourcing debt to tenants while enjoying the tax advantages.

Naresh is not a real estate investor, yet. He has come up with some basic, but necessary questions for Jason which will help him and all of you budding, soon to be real estate income property investors out there. Jason reminds us “real estate is the most historically proven asset class” and carefully lays out his answers in easy to understand, common sense terms.

Key Takeaways:

2:48 Predicting market cycles would be easier if governments and central banks didn’t interfere

9:07 The business cycle is an economic concept which affects real estate

10:40 The Reluctant Investor’s Lament poem by Donald Weill

18:12 Everybody’s a genius in a bull market

20:21 Our Investment Counselors are geographically independent, market-wide gatekeepers

23:47 Our organization has relationships with local market specialists which give clients leverage

27:18 New clients need at least 24% cash down when purchasing a property

30:03 The rise of the “debt bigots”

34:04 Debt is a powerful thing, you must be wise with it

34:56 Always use debt as leverage when purchasing real estate income properties

37:35 A fixed rate mortgage guarantees your rate for 30 years plus tenants pay off your debt

38:59 Podcast feeds are divided and education is free




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