Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Jason discusses the topic of decentralized finance (defi) and its potential advantages in the cryptocurrency world. He also touches on the issue of the US housing shortage and how it presents opportunities for real estate investors. Additionally, Jason highlights the benefits of joining the "Fire Your Managers" program and announced an upcoming Empowered Investor pro meeting that will host a guest who will present a special "tenant insurance" product . Finally, he invites everyone to join their community to grow their real estate portfolio. 

Jason then interviews Professor Campbell R. Harvey from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and the author of DeFi and the Future of Finance as they talk about the yield curve and Decentralized Finance. Harvey discusses the phenomenon of an inverted yield curve, which has predicted every recession for the last several decades. Harvey expressed his concern about the current inverted yield curve, which has been in place for 12 months, traditionally leading to a recession. Jason and Campbell also discuss the significance of an inverted yield curve and the potential of decentralized finance (defi) in the financial world. They identified problems with the current financial system and the possibility of solutions through DeFi, such as the need for an alternative to the SWIFT system for wire transfers and the ability to store and use value in transactions. With the advent of WEB 3.0 and the decentralization of monetary assets, DeFi is truly set to revolutionize the world in all economic aspects especially finance.

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:27 Today's episode: The future of DeFi

2:25 The 'other' housing crisis- a huge opportunity for real estate investors

5:05 Chart: Housing demand robust on favorable age demographics of FTHBs

6:56 Home prices hit record in September

7:44 FireYourManagers.com

8:38 Join our monthly meeting- go to EmpoweredInvestorPro.com

9:27 Join our cruise- go to EmpoweredInvestorLive.com 

 

Campbell R. Harvey interview

10:07 The inverted yield curve

13:11 Adjusting for inflation and the FED

16:49 Is the future inflationary

18:16 The yield curve- why it inverts and is a predictor of a recession

21:54 Decentralized Finance (DeFi) 

27:09 WEB 3.0

30:02 Ethereum

31:30 Competing with the government's #1 product- Fiat currency

36:30 The El Salvador bitcoin experiment

 


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Today Jason covers various predictions about the future of the housing market. Wells Fargo and the Mortgage Bankers Association predicted modest increases, while Fannie Mae and the American Enterprise Institute were more optimistic. He also highlighted the benefits of income properties, such as positive cash flow, appreciation, tax benefits, and mortgage paydown.

Then Jason welcomes Eli Baracha, Director of the School of Real Estate in the Florida International University as they discuss the ongoing housing shortage in the US, attributing it to a decade of under construction following the 2007 housing market peak. They also highlighted the need for disruptive technologies in transportation and energy to allow for cheaper and more efficient operations. Additionally, they talk about the housing market, interest rates, and their impacts on the market.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:46 Experts Predictions' on housing prices for 2024

8:55 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale

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Eli Baracha's interview

12:41 An analysis of the current housing inventory shortage

16:40 The underbuilding after the great recession

20:10 Building number and obstacles builders face

24:59 Price segment: building entry-level housing

29:13 Housing formation vs. housing shortage

30:01 Multi-family and condos comprise only 17% of the market

37:22 Technology disruptor on the housing shortage

 

 


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This Flashback Friday episode is from episode 806 published last March 20, 2017.

To kick things off, Jason shares a Wallethub article which lists cities with the highest and lowest credit scores. Memphis credit scores are some of the lowest in the US which is why it is a good place to invest in income properties. And, Jason’s guest today is the first banker in history to expose the monumental story of Swiss bank secrecy. When Bradley Birkenfeld became aware of the shady practices of Swiss accounts he went directly to the Department of Justice. What happened after led him to expose the secret connection between the US and Swiss Governments and how taxpayers in both countries foot the bill for the illegal activities of bankers.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:18 Details about the upcoming Creating Wealth Seminar and Memphis Property Tour.

6:33 A Survey by Wallethub lists these cities as having the highest and lowest credit scores.

Bradley Birkenfeld Guest Interview:

12:20 A history lesson about the beginning of Swiss banking anonymity.

15:22 The Department of Justice turned Bradley away.

16:28 The banking system and the federal government are closely related.

19:26 Secret numbered Swiss accounts allow for non-traceable illegal activities.

23:48 Bradley was forced to go to the Senate because the DOJ is corrupt.

27:21 Proof the American people were screwed by the Obama administration.

29:05 The U. S. Government and the Swiss Government are in bed together.

34:04 Wikileaks documents show Hillary Clinton was involved in UBS.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Lucifer’s Banker

Articles:

2017's U.S. Cities with the Highest and the Lowest Credit Scores.

 


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Jason discusses the state of the American economy in relation to Thanksgiving. He highlighted the strength of the labor market, with the employment rate being high and wages rising, a trend that he predicted would continue. Jason also pointed out the surge in productivity, attributing it to the advent of artificial intelligence. 

Then Jason and investment counselor Carrie address a range of investment strategies and market trends, providing insights into the benefits and drawbacks of various options, such as home warranties, short-term and long-term rentals, and cryptocurrencies. They also emphasized the advantages of residential properties over commercial ones and recommended a hybrid self-management plan for property owners. Furthermore, they introduced the resources available to Empowered Investor Pro members, including access to past Zoom Meetings and a community software. The pair also discussed potential issues with triple net leases and advised clients to seek professional advice.

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:34 Things to be grateful for

10:13 Save the date: December 5 is our Empowered Investor Pro meeting

11:34 Sign up for our newsletter and be informed of our upcoming Black Friday/ Cyber Monday sale

Q & A with investment counselor Carrie

12:26 Webinars and much more when you join the Empowered Investor Pro community

14:17 American Home Shield Home insurance

17:46 Short vs. Long term rentals

24:42 Fear that housing prices will drop

32:04 Pros and cons of triple net listings

37:20 Just buy the more expensive property in the first place

38:57 "Self- sabotage" and the Hybrid approach to managing your property

 

 


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Gain insights into real estate trends, leveraging income property for impressive returns, and stay informed on the dynamic landscape of mortgage applications.

Then Jason and Rob Braxman discuss internet privacy issues and how they affect civil liberties in a dystopian tech world. Rob explains that Facebook uses IP addresses to detect proximity checks using "Mac addresses," which are unique network identifiers that are unique to each device. IP addresses are a protocol used for transferring data over the Internet, while Mac addresses are for announcing traffic inside one's own network. The limitation of Mac addresses is that they can only exist inside a local area network and do not transmit to the Internet. Rob suggests using a VPN virtual private network (VPN) to protect IP addresses, and  locations. 

Listen in as Rob shares how you can defend your privacy in this relentless tech world bent on attacking your privacy.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

3:13 The Magic Number

4:19 California numbers YOY

5:19 A surge of new home mortgage applications on October

6:29  Empowered Investor Pro's new insurance product

Rob Braxman interview

8:04 This dystopian tech world

10:40 The Idaho Killer and the Google sensor vault

13:26 Why privacy is important

14:52 FB, Reading Minds with Functional MRi and Hot Mics on phones

18:30 Mac and IP Addresses and why it matters

25:31 Layers of privacy via VPNs and "Degoogled" phones

32:35 CALEA LAW- Protection against a cell carrier and a state

39:21 What we can do to protect our privacy

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 791, published last Feb 14, 2017.

Jason welcomes Muthiah Nachiappan to the show. Muthiah is a client with 9 properties and an avid property management contract reader. He discusses his self-designed Property Management Survey, the garbage fees most property owners pay but don’t question and how he became interested in income properties. For property owners, Jason shares 4 options for property management and then the 3 options property management companies have if they want to stay in business and service their customers.

Key Takeaways:

2:57 Property Management contracts always favor the person who is drafting them.

4:19 Jason wants to disrupt the property management business through self-management, a la carte services and flat fee property management.

7:51 How Muthiah get interested in income properties.

11:54 Muthiah explains his Property Management Survey.

16:27] A flat fee system gives the property manager an agreed upon percentage of any money that comes in.

21:56 These 4 options for property management should be available to every property owner.

27:18 Property management companies need to change their business model to provide a hybrid option.

31:47 Let your property management company know that you are an educated and aware investor.

34:14 Muthiah shares his future investment plans and his retirement objectives.  

 

 


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This is part 2 of Jason's interview with Gretchen Morgenson.

Jason discussed the Atlanta Federal Reserve bank data and housing affordability issue in the US. He highlighted the potential impact of a predicted housing shortage despite a lower population growth projection from the Census Bureau. Jason also talked about the structural labor shortage and its impact on unemployment rates and wage inflation, attributing it to a supply and demand imbalance. He expressed optimism about the impact of technology on job creation and promoted the 'Empowered Investor Guides Program.' FireYourManagers.com

Jason welcomes Gretchen back as they finish the interview. They discuss how private equity's surge into single-family homes is reshaping urban landscapes, pricing out regular investors and first-time home buyers. They highlight concerns about these firms prioritizing profit over property maintenance, creating a semi-monopoly in the market. The impact stems from massive capital injections, largely sourced from public pension funds seeking high returns. Private equity's historical roots in leveraged buyouts are discussed, noting the industry's evolution and its current reliance on institutional investors. The conversation touches on rising interest rates affecting the real estate model and potential challenges for private equity firms. In closing, Gretchen warns individual investors of the industry's growing interest in their capital.

#PrivateEquity #RealEstateMarket #Investing #HousingCrisis #Finance #EconomicImpact #PensionFunds #PropertyOwnership #MarketTrends #CapitalAllocation  

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:06 America's population statistics

11:11 Atlanta FED data

12:37 Affordability map

16:28 Peak of affordability

19:57 Affordability now

23:23 Ai and the new necessities

26:50 Empowered Investor Guide- 6 Zoom sessions coming up

Gretchen Morgenson's interview part 2

27:48 Crowding out phenomenon

29:41 Where are they getting so much capital

31:46 Private equity timeline

33:54 How private equity will impact the real estate market

36:02 Getting hyper-focused on rents

39:37 Financing the single home purchases and it's cost of debt

41:01 What kind of capitalism do we want to have

42:33 Beware- they're coming for the individual investor

 


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This is part 1 of Jason's interview with Gretchen Morgenson.

Jason introduces author Gretchen Morgenson, as he talks about how private equity impacts and disrupts the American economy. He also mentions the wealth gap, control over businesses, and the challenges faced by the middle class. He emphasizes the significance of understanding past transactions, particularly during the COVID era, and highlights the housing shortage, attributing it to a lack of disruptive construction and transportation technologies. He also introduces a new strategy to increase cash flow and deposits, encouraging listeners to join a 6-week coaching program. 

Then Jason welcomes Gretchen Morgenson, a Pulitzer prize award-winning journalist, as they talk about private equity. They discuss the impact of private equity on various businesses, including real estate, and Gretchen explained the model of private equity which uses heavy debt and aims for quick turnaround profits. They also touched on the secretive nature of the private equity industry, its significant presence in various sectors of the US workforce, and its effects on profit-focused business practices. The conversation ended with a warning about private equity firms entering the insurance business.

#PrivateEquity #EconomicImpact #HousingShortage #InvestingStrategy

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:23 The wealth gap

3:17 Jason's long overdue haircut

4:08 Travel in a time machine to "Yesterday"

9:20 What's the point?

10:20 Cheaper mortgage after a decade 

11:38 The affordability issue

11:53 Empowered Other People's Money- Fireyourmanagers.com

Gretchen Morgenson interview

13:58 Welcome Gretchen Morgenson

14:13 These are the plunderers- time pressure on leveraged companies

17:17 Leveraged loans and the size of the markets

19:20 Focussed on hyper-profitability

25:53 Private Equity in SFH real estate

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 514, published last May 11, 2015.

Jason reads a nice letter written by Gary who toured with Jason during the Memphis Property Tour. Jason introduces a long-time client, Philip Sullivan to the show to talk about his real estate investment portfolio. Philip is unique because he started his real estate journey doing hard-money lending first and then purchasing income property. He talks on some of the mistakes and key lessons he has learned on today's show. 

#Investment #RealEstate #EmpoweredInvestor #Housing #Equity #PropertyManagement #Casestudy

Key Takeaways:

3:13 Jason regrets dropping out of typing class. Send him a voice mail, not an email!

8:13 Jason reads a lovely note written by one of his clients, Gary.

12:26 Jason welcomes Philip to the show.

15:36 Philip did 10-15 hard-money loans before he purchased his first property.

23:26 Philip chose class A properties, because he liked the leverage and stronger appreciation.

31:36 Catering to a diverse set of income classes will help you in both a good or bad economy.

34:36 Forward your addresses so important mail gets directly to you and not to your rental property.

36:41 A lot of clients have been successfully using virtual mail boxes. Jason explains what they are.

 

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TravelingMailBox.com

USGlobalMail.com

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Jason Hartman shares updates on a new program for empowered investors in episode 2075. They introduced the Empowered Investor Guides program, offering specialized guidance to property investors. The program aims to help property owners convert tenants into tenant buyers, increasing deposits and reducing the need for property management. Additionally, Jason discussed the strong equity positions of homeowners, with most having significant equity in their properties, making a housing crash unlikely. He also touched on the need to address housing affordability issues.

Melody Wright returns as she discusses the oversaturation of the real estate market, particularly in the build-for-rent and multi-family sectors. She points out that the boom in building luxury properties and the overpricing of homes have resulted in an oversupply. Many builders have ignored the need for affordable housing, and there might be a need for government intervention to subsidize write-downs on overpriced properties. Wright also highlights the impact of demographic shifts, with fewer babies being born and boomers retiring, and their effects on housing trends.

 

#Investment #RealEstate #EmpoweredInvestor #Housing #Equity #PropertyManagement #Affordability

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial

1:26 FireYourManager.com

6:57 Ready for a soft landing

9:14 The COVID jobs recovery is complete (and then some)

9:52 Negative equity rates among mortgaged residential houses

13:36 Turning back the clocks on housing

14:25 More on housing affordability next week

Melody Wright Interview part 2

15:30 Build to Rent

26:43 Demographics on household formation during covid,  affordability and the new builds

36:54 Action steps

 


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Jason interviewed Melody Wright, a housing analyst and strategist, about the housing market. Melody shared her experience in the mortgage industry and her transition into real estate technology. They discussed her pessimistic outlook on the housing market due to issues like inventory shortage, short-term rental properties, and 'shadow leverage'. Melody emphasized that she wasn't predicting a crash but was highlighting the challenges. Melody and Jason also discussed the delay in recording Covid data in Los Angeles County and the importance of triangulating data from multiple sources. They also touched upon the impact of a frozen housing market and the role of short-term rentals in the market. They also discussed the oversaturation of the short-term rental market due to Airbnb's growth strategy, and the trend of institutional investors pulling back. They concluded the conversation with a discussion on the current state and future prospects of the housing market, including the shift towards rental properties.

#RealEstateMarketInsights #ShortTermRentals #Airbnb #InventoryIssues #RealEstateTech #MarketAnalysis #HousingTrends #ShadowInventory #ShortTermRentalSaturation #BuildToRent #RentalMarket #HousingAnalyst #HousingStrategy

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial

1:27 Housing market crash- it's not IF but WHEN

2:25 Everyone's primary thought

7:48 Join our monthly Empowered Investor Pro meeting

Melody Wright Interview Part 1

8:27 Melody's background

11:33 Shadow leverage and the many layers of the housing market 

16:24 The inventory component

25:06 Oversaturation of the short term rental market 

 


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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 665, published last April 27, 2016.

Just last year Greg Saylor was a corporate software engineer looking for a reliable investment strategy. He found the Creating Wealth podcast and listened during his long commute. He decided to pick up the phone and call one of Jason’s investment specialists. It’s now six months later and Greg has six income properties earning him $4000.00 in monthly income. His due diligence partnered with the extensive data resources available on JasonHartman.com have allowed him to get a step closer to financial freedom. 

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial:

4:14 What is your motivator? Do you expend more energy to conserve than to gain?

13:05 Hartman Education is having a big 2-week sale! 

Greg Saylor Guest Interview:

19:23 Was it the Creating Wealth podcast that got Greg interested in real estate investing?

26:55 The acquiring of the properties had the most components, everything else is pretty straightforward. 

28:15 Greg shares the details his first income property deal including the flaws.

36:23 A certain percentage of risk is acceptable as long as you have a solid portfolio.

40:32 Property taxes are one factor which is that varies greatly from market to market.

45:44 Some rules for new investors to follow are to plan for additional expenses, be conservative on your numbers and have a reserve fund.

48:33 The debt to income ratio is an important factor in financing.

 

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Jason Hartman

Hartman Education

Property Tracker Software

 

 


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Jason discusses a significant legal case that could reshape the real estate industry. The case involves allegations of price-fixing and antitrust violations by major players in the industry, including the National Association of Realtors. A Missouri jury found NAR and several big brokerages guilty of conspiring to inflate commissions, potentially resulting in a massive financial impact. Hartman provides insights into the real estate industry, the role of commissions, and the potential implications of the case. He believes the commissions are too high due to the industry's oversaturation, leading agents to spend a significant amount on marketing to secure transactions. He also suggests that technology platforms like Zillow could benefit from the case, as it may lead to a more direct relationship between buyers and agents.

 

#RealEstate #AntitrustLaws #PriceFixing #NationalAssociationOfRealtors #RealEstateCommissions #LegalCase #MarketDisruption #RealEstateIndustry #BuyersAgent #Cooperation #Commissions #Competition

Key Takeaways:

1:28 An earthquake just hit the real estate industry

3:05 IS the NAR a cartel

4:00 Conspiring to inflate commissions

4:58 A 5 billion lawsuit and Jason's civil RICO case

8:15 Jason's commentary on a CNBC Video: Real Estate Commissions Under Fire

12:56 Buyer's agent adds great value to the transaction

18:50 NAR as a cartel

25:18 Higher Commission costs in the US

27:46 REMAX stocks versus the rest

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32:35 Anti-Trust Laws, the definition and pros and cons of a cartel

36:15 Real Estate: A Dysfunctional Industry

37:51 What's next and Jason's BIG Disruptor

 


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