Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman (general)

This Flashback Friday is from episode 904 published last November 1, 2017.

Over the past few years, investment properties have become harder and harder to get a really good deal, but there are still solid investments available. You just have to be willing to shift your mindset away from what you could have gotten 5, 10, 15 years ago.

You're being presented with the ability to have someone put $100+ in your bank account for the next 30 years, for the price of a down payment (around $20,000), not even taking into account all the other tax benefits you'll receive.

Jason Hartman and Sara, his investment counselor, talk about what's going on in the investment property market, the importance of a long term plan, and why cash flow can ease concerns of high interest rates.

Key Takeaways:

4:08 The relative scarcity of real estate is why values continue to go up (and will continue to)

8:02 The marketplace is the marketplace, and we must adjust our expectations in accordance with reality

9:57 How real estate investors who have been doing it for 10+ years are adjusting their expectations for properties

"On no other asset class can you get such phenomenal financing, because income property is so secure"

15:25 Investors are having to invest in multiple markets due to low inventory availability

19:53 Jason's upcoming 5 year plan contest

26:33 That interest rates are still this low is baffling to Sara and Jason

Website:

Meet the Masters 2018

"People usually underestimate what they can do in 1 year, and they radically underestimate what they can do in 5 years"

 


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Jason discusses the upcoming episode of their show featuring Jesse Eisinger, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, and his work on Wall Street injustices. He also mentioned a report from Redfin and homeownership, noting that the tenure of homeownership has doubled in the past 20 years, and suggested that buying rental property could provide more flexibility for job mobility.

Then Jesse Eisinger, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter from Propublica, joins the show to discuss his investigative work, notably his book "The Chicken Shit Club" focusing on the Justice Department's failure to prosecute corporate executives. Highlighting the lack of accountability in white-collar crime, he explores the roots of elite impunity and the revolving door between government prosecutors and corporate defense. Eisinger emphasizes the need for reform in tax policies, corporate accountability, and lobbying practices, drawing parallels with the progressive era's reforms. He stresses the role of investigative journalism in uncovering abuses of power and promoting democracy amid growing wealth inequality.

https://www.ProPublica.org/

#TaxEvasionExposed #CorporateGreedUncovered #JusticeReformNow #WallStreetCorruption #BillionaireScandals

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:24 Welcome Jesse Eisinger

3:23 Redfin Article: Homeowners are staying in place

12:17 Register for the upcoming cruise today! https://EmpoweredInvestorLive.com/

12:43 https://www.Baselane.com/Jason

Jesse Eisinger interview

14:10 A lack of prosecution

16:21 A revolving door

18:49 Cost of doing business

23:08 2 components that need reform

27:27 Great reforms in an era of great inequality

30:20 Traitors to our country

33:40 A different kind of ethos

37:33 The advertising culture and consumerism

38:59 Big tech and Antitrust 

File a complaint at https://www.consumerfinance.gov/

 


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Jason talks about the current state of the real estate market, with emphasis on the high confidence of home builders due to expected future rate cuts and limited inventory of existing homes. The challenges builders face in securing land for construction were also mentioned, despite the market needing more inventory. Additionally, Jason shared updates on an upcoming Zoom meeting about Alabama offerings, the sending out of the first batch of room assignments for a cruise, and his upcoming live talk from a recent event.

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Jason, speaking at a Family Mastermind conference, delves into the current real estate market amidst rising interest rates, addressing concerns about affordability, particularly among millennials. He emphasizes the importance of context over content, highlighting inflation-induced debt destruction as a strategy for investors. The narrative discusses potential economic collapses, contrasting negative media narratives with the reality of housing market stability. Despite layoffs in tech companies, the net increase in employees remains significant. Additionally, the possibility of mortgage qualification on unemployment insurance is explored. The talk stresses the need to consider long-term market trends and the impact of inflation on debt.

#RealEstateMarket #Affordability #Millennials #Inflation #Investing #EconomicCollapse #ContextOverContent #MortgageQualification #UnemploymentInsurance #HousingStability #TechIndustry #MarketTrends #DebtManagement #FinancialStrategy

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:44 Builder confidence highest since August

3:44 Live Zoom Meeting: Unlocking the secrets of the Alabama Real Estate Investment

4:32 Empowered Investor cruise first batch room assignments

Jason's presentation at Family Mastermind

6:07 A few things for Context

8:48 New vs. existing buyers and opportunity costs

16:00 A House of Cards

19:34 The resilience of the Housing market

23:33 Time machine

26:17 Inflation vs. Deflation vs. Tech

28:02 Elephant in the room

30:18 National payment to income ratio

 


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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 916, published last Nov 27, 2017.

Over the Thanksgiving weekend, Jason Hartman found himself looking through his old books in his mom's house. In the stacks he found two books that were key in his investing journey, The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump, and Mission Success by Og Mandino. Jason explains why these books impacted him so much and why they're still important today.

Then, Jason talks with Jeff Meyers, President at Meyers Research, about the state of the housing market across the USA, and how much runway the market might have. They also discuss whether millenials are finally ready to buy their first houses, and the incredible impact the self-driving car will have.

Key Takeaways:

Jason Intro:

2:53 The book that turned around Jason's real estate career at the age of 24

6:46 Jason would listen to Og Mandino's Mission Success cassette on repeat

12:20 Walter Hoving's views on capitalism

15:41 Capitalism is the best (and most natural) economic system ever

18:13 A JasonHartman.com sale! $200 off VIP or Elite level Meet the Masters ticket

Jeff Meyers Interview:

21:39 Are the millennials finally entering the home buying market?

24:30 There's been a long economic recovery, but housing hasn't led the way so Jeff sees more runway

29:09 When did the real recovery from the Great Recession begin, and how does it affect where we are in the housing cycle?

31:50 Mortgage lending is getting tighter than ever, with the average FICO score on each loan being 720 (the banks are allowed to loan at 680)

33:22 The self driving car could cause a resurgence of the suburbs, but it will DEFINITELY be a game changer for real estate (perhaps like how Amazon has changed the retail industry)

36:035 The cottage industry that could spring up out of the emergence of the self driving car

Website:

www.MeyersResearch.com

www.JasonHartman.com/Masters (promo code "black" for the sale)

www.JasonHartman.com/Contest

The Art of the Deal

Mission Success by Og Mandino

Quotes:

Suburban markets we see some runway. they have not kept up, and that's where a lot of demand is starting to take off.

You have to remember that what caused this recession was a direct hit from the mortgage market

 


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Jason discusses a survey on the US housing shortage by 11 major firms, emphasizing the severity of the shortage in the entry-level market. He also brought up the rise of romance scams, the importance of reporting them, and urged caution. Lastly, Jason mentioned the increasing trend of STIs.

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Jason and Mark Moss delve into the media landscape's sensationalism and fear-mongering, particularly in financial spaces. Moss criticizes analysts like Harry Dent, noting their linear thinking and failure to account for the changing dynamics post-2008 crisis. Moss predicts continued government intervention to prop up markets, leading to prolonged debt expansion and diminishing returns. Despite concerns over inflation, Moss argues elites benefit from inflationary policies, making it a preferable choice over deflationary collapse. Moss's insights underscore a nuanced view of economic dynamics and media narratives, emphasizing systemic complexities.

#EconomicAnalysis #FinancialInsights #MarketTrends #MacroEconomics #Inflation #DebtCrisis #CentralBanks #GovernmentPolicy #FinancialStrategy #InvestmentOutlook #AssetAllocation #EconomicForecasting #MarketAnalysis #FinancialEducation #RiskManagement #GlobalEconomy #MonetaryPolicy #QuantitativeEasing #MarketManipulation #AssetPrices

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:07  The housing shortage, as told by 11 major research firms

5:43 Romance scams reported in the US

7:38 Complain to your government

10:20 STI's are on the rise in Europe

11:49 Join the Empowered Investor cruise https://www.jasonhartman.com/

12:51 https://www.baselane.com/jason

Mark Moss interview

13:44 Is the sky falling?

28:04 The law of diminishing returns

32:08 Crashing down and up

33:39 Maniacal focus on the yield curve 

39:31 Nothing moves in a straight line

40:45 Kicking the can down the road by year 2035

43:13 Choose where you want your focus to be

45:16 The first billion dollar solopreneur via Ai

 


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Jason shares insights on viewership statistics, comparing historical events like the Moon Landing and Richard Nixon's resignation speech to the Super Bowl, comparing viewership with the world's population growth. He emphasizes the importance of questioning statistics, urging listeners to consider context. He also discusses housing inventory trends, noting a significant decrease from pre-pandemic levels. Jason offers valuable perspectives on media consumption and real estate dynamics.

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Today Jason welcomes YouTube influencer Kevin Paffrath a.k.a. Meet Kevin. In this interview with Kevin, conducted aboard his private jet, he shares insights on the economy, inflation, and investment strategies. Kevin discusses the aftermath of recent global events like the pandemic and geopolitical tensions, foreseeing prolonged economic effects. He emphasizes the importance of the Federal Reserve's intervention to prevent joblessness and advocates for a balanced approach in monetary policy. Kevin recommends focusing on asset acquisition, particularly real estate and stocks, and stresses the value of providing more value to employers and communities. He also suggests exploring professional services as a viable business venture for quick growth.

https://www.youtube.com/@MeetKevin

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:50 Meet Kevin- in a plane

3:13 Most watched TV programs of all time

6:29 Compared to what?

8:03 Join the Empowered Investor cruise https://www.jasonhartman.com/

8:37 Chart: Altos single family active inventory

Meet Kevin's interview

9:50 Kevin's thoughts on the economy and the FED "kicking the can down the road"

12:42 FED: to increase unemployment and print more money

13:51 Ai and the economy

15:07 Deflation and the minority class

18:27 The psychology of the Stock market

22:48 Crypto, insurance products and commodities

25:34 NAR lawsuit and it's effect on consumers

28:02 Providing value

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 892, published last Oct 4, 2017.

Jason welcomes client, Clay Slocum to the show. Clay is a millennial who currently has four properties in his real estate portfolio. Before buying his first property, Clay worked diligently with his Investment Counselor, and a Local Market Specialist to play around with the numbers and he discovered his initial investment could grow exponentially. Clay shares his insights on the power of compounding interest, asset protection, and the Memphis market.

Key Takeaways:

01:23 Jason comments on the Las Vegas terrorist attack.

09:56 Compound interest can be a powerful tool against inflation.

15:38 Engineers take an analytical approach to investing.

17:48 After 18 years, $100,000 grow to 14 million.

25:09 Jason explains a Deferred Sales Trust.

29:05 If you are on the fence about investing talk with an investment counselor.

39:59 Asset Protection is a complicated subject you should speak with a lawyer about.

49:24 Resources for tax help.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Meet the Masters of Income Property Event

Real Estate Tools - Property Tracker Software

Venture Alliance Mastermind

Compound Interest Calculator

 

 


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From Dallas, Texas, Jason discusses mortgage equity growth, emphasizing responsible lending and increased homeowner equity. He notes a significant rise in home values and stable mortgage underwriting standards post-Great Recession. Analyzing credit score trends, he highlights a decline in low-score mortgage originations, indicating a healthier market. Additionally, he attributes job growth to demographic shifts, foreseeing a prolonged labor shortage and sustained wage increases. Lastly, he promotes an upcoming investor cruise. Hartman's insights provide valuable perspectives on the real estate market and economic trends, fostering informed investment decisions.

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Then Jason and Curtis Moe discuss Curt's journey to wealth through real estate. Curt shares his experiences with self-management, property maintenance, and insurance claims. They also talked about the importance of discipline and strategic investment in real estate, emphasizing the idea of building wealth through base hits rather than home runs. Jason and Curt also highlight the power of momentum and consistency in business and life.

#RealEstateInvesting #PropertyManagement #FinancialMaturity #Persistence #SelfManagement #InsuranceClaims #Mindset #PersonalDevelopment #WealthBuilding #Resourcefulness #JasonHartmanShow

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:44 Jason in a large Dallas hotel room

2:37 Mortgage holders gained $1.6 trillion in equity in 2023

4:50 Low credit scores originations

8:06 The US economy in 2024 

10:24 Register for our Empowered Investor Cruise. Early bird rates ends TODAY. https://www.jasonhartman.com/

Curtis Moe interview

10:54 Curtis' first property and insurance claims

14:41 Self-management and the support of Empowered Investor Pro

16:58 Downsizing life and exhibiting financial maturity 

19:00 Graduating from the "Dave Ramsey" school 

20:34 Rewarding yourself a little bit along the way

22:12 Income property- having security after getting laid off

23:51 The Property Tracker & Evaluator app

25:33 Momentum and building wealth one house at a time

30:17 Mentors and influences to Curt's mindset

 


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Jason Hartman introduces his new Apple Vision Pro goggles and discusses their incredible technology. He highlights the intuitive software, virtual keyboard, and compares it to the futuristic computing seen in the movie Minority Report. While expressing amazement at the technology, Hartman mentions the heavy weight of the goggles and his preference to wait for version 2. He then shifts to discussing the optimistic Fannie Mae prediction of mortgage rates dipping below 6%, foreseeing a significant increase in home sales and improved affordability. He also invites you to join the Empowered Investor Cruise and talks about the benefits of joining as a pro member.

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Jason then welcomes Brian Domitrovic. Brian is associated with the Laffer organization, discusses the influential Laffer curve and its role in the Reagan revolution and supply-side economics. The Laffer curve illustrates the correlation between tax rates and revenues. Brian emphasizes its historical significance, touching on its introduction during the Gerald Ford presidency. The conversation explores the tax history of the United States, its implications during the Great Depression, and the transformative impact of tax rate cuts on economic growth and job creation. He also delves into the intricate relationship between tax policies and real estate investments. For more insights, visit  https://laffercenter.org/ and https://www.globalmonetarism.com/

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:30 Jason showing his "Apple Vision Pro" goggles

5:31 Fannie Mae optimistic and 30-year Fixed Rate Mortgage forecast

6:13 Chart: Existing home sales 

7:19 Chart: Buying power and sensitivity

8:43 Chart: Total inventory for sale

10:12 Join the Empowered Investor Cruise https://www.jasonhartman.com/

Brian Dmitrievich interview

12:13 The mythology of the Laffer curve

14:27 A radical idea at the time

15:48 The reality of marginal tax rates vs. actual tax

18:22 Supply side and trickle down economics and thermo-dynamic rush

21:07 Big company offshoring profits and not giving back to the American economy

23:45 Property taxes and the Great Depression

26:29 Book: Taxes Have Consequences, The FED and the tax code

30:37 The real estate tax code

32:27 Tax sheltering for the top 1% earners in the US

34:56 JFK, LBJ and Reagan

37:53 Government, get out of the way!

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 904, published last November 1, 2017.

Over the past few years, investment properties have become harder and harder to get a really good deal, but there are still solid investments available. You just have to be willing to shift your mindset away from what you could have gotten 5, 10, 15 years ago.

You're being presented with the ability to have someone put $100+ in your bank account for the next 30 years, for the price of a down payment (around $20,000), not even taking into account all the other tax benefits you'll receive.

Jason Hartman and Sara, his investment counselor, talk about what's going on in the investment property market, the importance of a long term plan, and why cash flow can ease concerns of high interest rates.

Key Takeaways:

4:08 The relative scarcity of real estate is why values continue to go up (and will continue to)

8:02 The marketplace is the marketplace, and we must adjust our expectations in accordance with reality

9:57 How real estate investors who have been doing it for 10+ years are adjusting their expectations for properties

15:25 Investors are having to invest in multiple markets due to low inventory availability

19:53 Jason's upcoming 5 year plan contest

26:33 That interest rates are still this low is baffling to Sara and Jason

Website:

Meet the Masters 2018

"People usually underestimate what they can do in 1 year, and they radically underestimate what they can do in 5 years"

"On no other asset class can you get such phenomenal financing, because income property is so secure"

 


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Jason welcomes returning guest Martin Armstrong, an undiscovered economist known for his brilliance. He also discusses last year's unexpected real estate appreciation, debunking crash predictions. Jason emphasizes the multi-dimensional benefits of income property, contrasting it with misleading comparisons to stock market returns. Leveraging a $350,000 house with 6.6% appreciation, he illustrates a 33% return on investment with just a 20% down payment. He also promotes the upcoming Empowered Investor Cruise and Baselane, a banking platform for real estate investors. Overall, it explores economic insights and practical investment strategies.

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Jason welcomes back guest Martin Armstrong, a renowned economic forecaster. The conversation touches on Armstrong's background, experiences in the financial industry, and his computer-driven approach to analysis. Armstrong's economic confidence model predicts a peak on May 7th, signaling a shift towards a recession, civil unrest, and international conflicts into 2028. He emphasizes the significant role of the U.S. as a consumer-based economy and the global demand for American products, asserting that despite challenges, the U.S. dollar remains a strong reserve currency. Armstrong also discusses economic dynamics in Europe, Japan, and China.

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s editorial

1:30 We've got Martin Armstrong today

2:16 Early bird rates expires soon! Join the Empowered Investors cruise 

3:17 Chart: Case-Shiller: National House Price Index Up

7:15 Quickie Napkin Math

11:29 https://www.Baselane.com/Jason

Martin Armstrong interview

12:27 A historic overview by Martin Armstrong and the currencies

17:31 Data driven approach 

21:11 Economic Confidence Model

22:02 May 7, 2024: save the date

25:22 The past 10 years and what it means to us now

30:49 The future is... stagflation and Inflation

35:33 CBDCs and big tech

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/

 


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Direct download: 2111__8_AMA_CI_CW_HS_-_Martin_Armstrong_v1.mp3
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Today's 10th episode guest is Stephen M.R. Covey, son of the late Dr. Stephen Covey, known for "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People." They discuss Covey's book "The Speed of Trust," emphasizing the importance of trust in leadership. Jason also criticizes sensationalized predictions by financial gurus and questions why people don't sue them for missed opportunities. He promotes taking action and avoiding a spectator mentality in investing. The episode also previews the upcoming Empowered Investor Cruise with guest speakers Robert Helms, Scot Porier and more.

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Jason welcomes Stephen M.R. Covey as they discuss his book "The Speed of Trust." In business, cultivating trust is key for successful deals and relationships. The principle of "win-win or no deal" emphasizes fair collaboration, where both parties benefit. Trust fosters enduring relationships, enabling faster, more efficient cooperation. Smart trust involves assessing situations, clarifying expectations, and ensuring accountability. While contracts are necessary, they can't substitute genuine trust. Transparent, open, and fair dealings build reputations that lead to repeat and referral business. Long-term success lies in creating a high-trust culture, where mutual respect and consideration drive not just transactions, but positive, enduring partnerships.

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s editorial

2:15 We welcome Stephen M.R. Covey to our 10th show

3:16 Why do people trust these people

8:37 Join the Empowered Investors cruise https://empoweredinvestorlive.com/

Stephen M.R. Covey interview

11:17 Welcome, Stephen

12:26 What is trust?

13:51 A tall order- developing trust

16:56 Smart trusting- giving trust without being a 'doormat'

20:00 Trust- AND verify

22:03 Trust in Fortune 1,000 companies

24:39  High trust dividends

29:37 My cynical views and a perpetual downward cycle

34:35 Solutions in building trust

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 854 published last July 10, 2017.

In between activities during the Oklahoma City JHU Live event is a great time to record a podcast with new income property investors. David & Gina Nelson share their story of the life-changing decisions that led to investing in real estate with Jason. David & Gina recognized staying in their corporate positions and only investing in the stock market wouldn’t get them where they wanted to be in life.

They convey their appreciation for the transparency and support they have received from the Jason Hartman Investment Counselors and share their advice on how you too can have the diversified financial future you deserve.

Key Takeaways:

01:53 David & Gina wanted to take control of their lives and build their wealth by investing in income properties.

06:28 You are never too old or too young to start investing in your future and real estate.

09:46 The portfolio builder game is a great way to find out what type of investor you are.

12:29 The Nelson's plan to retire next year and use income property as their wealth vehicle.

17:25 The value in understanding the linear, hybrid and cyclical markets.

21:09 David & Gina recommend finding a mentor and listening to podcasts to educate yourself.

Mentioned in This Episode:

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Venture Alliance Mastermind

 


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In this episode, Jason features Robert Helms of the Real Estate Guys. He also discussed "generational investing" i.e. the possibility of children investing in real estate and the importance of not trying to time the market. Jason then moves on to discuss the impact of declining interest rates on the housing market, projecting that a drop to 5.5% could allow an additional 7.7 million people to afford a home loan. He highlights the benefits of owning a home and promoted Baselane, a banking platform designed for landlords.

Then Jason welcomes Robert Helms as they discuss the real estate market's dynamics, including their merged mastermind groups forming The Collective Inner Circle. They delve into the current state of the market, highlighting constrained inventory and varying opinions on interest rates. Helms suggests a potential softening but cautions against waiting for ultra-low rates. The conversation explores the challenges of market timing and emphasizes understanding the asset's long-term value. Jason predicts a lingering housing shortage, emphasizing the lock-in effect with existing mortgage rates below new rates. They discuss frozen market effects, economic stimulus, and the potential impact on real estate dynamics.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:29 Join the Empowered Investors cruise https://empoweredinvestorlive.com/

2:26 Chart: Fannie Mae's revised mortgage rate predictions

6:43 Chart: Buying power & sensitivity

8:13 Chart: Total inventory for sale as of Dec 2023

10:13 Check out https://www.baselane.com/jason

Robert Helms interview

12:49 Welcome! Robert

13:38 Where is the market going

15:56 Timing the market and it's shortage

20:48 Housing affordability and the lock-in effect

24:57 The Fed, the Frozen effect and deflation

28:01 Charts: Interest rates, Buying power and housing supply

33:53 The psychology of money

35:39 Generational investing

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Discover the fascinating history behind the influential Laffer curve with the renowned economist #ArthurLaffer. This curve played a pivotal role in the Reagan revolution, transforming global economics. Dive into the concept that excess taxation can hinder government revenue, unraveling the counterintuitive nature of economics.

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And today's conversation is between Jason and Arthur Laffer which covers a range of topics related to taxation and economics. They begin by discussing Arthur's Laffer curve concept, which explores the relationship between tax rates and tax revenues. They also examine the impact of tax policies on different groups in society and the economy. The discussion then shifted to the effects of tax policies on property markets, using California's Prop 13 as an example. Finally, they discuss the political career of former President Reagan, highlighting his leadership style and adaptability.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:34 Welcome Arthur Laffer

2:22 Guess how old Jason is in this picture with Arthur

3:08 The "Laffer Curve" on a napkin

4:07 Join the cruise! Sigh up at https://empoweredinvestorlive.com/

Arthur Laffer interview

5:27 What is the Laffer curve?

9:15 Is there an optimum tax rate?

10:42 Balancing economic activity and productivity

11:43 Where we are today and where we're going

13:03 How long does the Laffer Curve work it's way into the economy

15:04 Howard Jarvis and Prop 13

17:07 Reaganomics

19:13 What the future looks like

 


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Originally aired on CW 514

Jason reads a nice letter written by Gary who toured with Jason during the Memphis Property Tour. Jason introduces a long-time client, Philip 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.

Key Takeaways:

0:00 Meet a long-time client, Philip Sullivan

2:32 Philip's Backstory 

5:06 Getting Started with Lending In 2011

7:31 First Investment Property in 2012 

9:45 Building a Portfolio

12:07 Growth in Atlanta Over the next few years

15:11 Expanding to New Markets

18:02 Philip reflects on the lessons he has learned from Jason over the years

19:29 Wrapping Up

 


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Jason Hartman welcomes renowned gold expert Mike Maloney. Maloney, an author and speaker, shares insights on gold, inflation, and wealth preservation. Jason also discusses his strategy of inflation-induced debt destruction, using real estate and precious metals. He explores the challenges governments face in addressing economic issues, including unsustainable promises, high deficits, and potential solutions. He emphasizes the significance of understanding inflation and offers an opportunity to learn more about these concepts on his website JasonHartman.com. This show is sponsored by Baselane, offering real estate investors banking benefits and cashback rewards.

http://baslane.com/jason

Then Jason welcomes Mike Maloney. He talks about his book "The Great Gold and Silver Rush of the 20th Century," and presents a chart showing the price of a can of Campbell's soup under the gold standard from 1895 to 2025. Jason also introduced the Hartman Comparison Index and the concept of pricing items in commodities. Mike and Jason discuss the unrealized gains and losses on investment securities, the current state of the stock market, the history of financing and real estate, the concept of hedonic adjustment used by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the cycle of long-term interest rates, corporate bankruptcies, and the economic situation. They also discussed the use of gold as a safe haven asset and the potential for an economic collapse.

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Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:29 Inflation Induced Debt Destruction- protect yourself from the dollar's plummeting value

4:03 Six ways to get out of the mess

11:44 Come and mingle with us https://empoweredinvestorlive.com/cruise

12:31 Getting excited about monetary policy

13:13 https://www.Baselane.com/Jason

Michael Maloney interview

14:19 Prices under the gold standard and the price of the dollar

17:49 Chart: The bubble century and the Buffet indicator

20:33 Chart: Stock market capitalization/GDP, IQR of 17 countries

22:13 Chart: Hours worked to buy the S & P 500

24:59 Chart: Real home price index

28:22 Chart: Home price to median household income ratio (US)

33:19 Chart:  Federal debt is no longer "growing" the economy

34:45 Chart: Performance measured in dollars

 


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Jason examines the impact of interest rate hikes on the housing market and invites listeners to register for the upcoming 'Empowered Investor Live Cruise' event. https://EmpoweredInvestorLive.com/

Jason also finishes his talk with real estate expert Michael Zuber. https://OneRentalAtaTime.com/

In part 2, Michael predicts a potential shift in the real estate market, highlighting factors like increased mortgage rates and decreased affordability. He emphasizes a slowdown in transaction volume, making it easier to find motivated sellers. Zuber advocates for strategic real estate investment, focusing on opportunities created by market dynamics. The conversation delves into the impact on rentals, with a focus on the growing rental market due to declining homeownership rates. Michael also addresses challenges in the housing market, suggesting a prolonged period of broken affordability and the need for time to restore balance.

#RealEstateWealth #PropertyInvesting #MarketInsights #MotivatedSellers #RealEstateStrategies #RentalMarketBoom #InvestmentOpportunities #HousingMarketTrends #FinancialFreedom #MarketShifts

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:54 Lowest affordability in 40 years

4:10 National Payment-to-Income ratio

5:29 No problem!

10:27 Join the Empowered Investor cruise https://empoweredinvestorlive.com/

Michael Zuber interview

11:14 No one's moving in 'cause it's just too expensive

13:27 Transaction volume to go even lower

21:29 California and ADU's

26:17 Fixing the housing market problem- is time

27:41 One property at a time- just get started

28:51 Techniques and advise 

 

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 875 published last August 28, 2017.

Drew Baker is back on the program to speak with Jason about topics that are essential to income property investors. Jason shares the core ideas behind his signature methods of Inflation-induced debt destruction and his ultimate investing equation. He also explains how the IRS’s tax code does not properly account for inflation and how it can benefit investors. There is an abundance of information in this podcast new and seasoned investors shouldn’t miss.

Key Takeaways:

4:07 Jason announces the winner of the Amazon Echo contest.

5:08 Find out how to volunteer for the Short-Term Rental Advisory Board.

8:04 Peter Schiff and issues with minimum wage laws.

16:20 The difference between concept and context.

21:09 Governments create monopolies through regulations.

24:15 Client's answer the question "What advice would you give yourself in 2008"?

27:04 Direct investors notice the financial bumps more than investors in group investments.

34:04 Drew analyzes the price of a house in gold.

37:51 The IRS's tax code does not properly account for inflation.

46:01 Favorable reasons to self-manage your income properties.

1:02:19 Drew shares his income property investment history.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Be Your Bank

Short-Term Rental Council Application

Joe Rogan Experience Podcast #1002 with Peter Schiff

Ready, Fire, Aim by Michael Masterson

Meet the Master’s of Income Property Event

Women’s Investing Network Podcast #27 with Jason Hartman

 


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Jason talks about the concept of shadow demand in the real estate market, emphasizing the strong demographic trends of household formation in the United States. He highlighted the issue of low housing inventory leading to rising rents and prices, and decreased affordability. He stressed the importance of considering the right comparison points when discussing housing affordability and promoted the "empowered investor cruise", a cruise event featuring education, networking, and fun.

Jason also interviews Michael Zuber, author of 'One Rental at a Time', about the real estate financial market. They discussed Michael's philosophy of incremental progress in real estate investing and his recent move from California to Las Vegas. Michael emphasized data-driven decisions and presented a '53 year spreadsheet' to track real estate market data since 1970. They also discuss the impact of interest rates on the real estate market and made adjustments to a spreadsheet. Towards the end, they discuss the home price appreciation rate, the effect of leverage and inflation rates, and the future of the housing market.

To view the charts, check out the video here https://www.youtube.com/@JasonHartmanRealEstate/videos to be published in a few days.

#RealEstateInvesting #MarketDynamics #FinancialForecast #JasonHartman #OneRentalAtATime #EmpoweredInvestorLive

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:43 Shadow demand + Low supply = Opportunity

5:39 Zooming in on the 18 to 29 year olds

8:05 12.5M homes needed and so limited inventory for sale

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Michael Zuber interview

13:28 Michael what is going on in the housing market

18:04 Chart from St. Louis FED https://fred.stlouisfed.org/

28:41 What does this information mean- to you

 

 


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Direct download: 2102__8_CW_AIPIS_HI_-_One_Rental_at_a_Time_by_Michael_Zuber_v1.mp3
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Jason discusses an article that features the real estate market's outlook for 2024. He predicts firm and growing home prices due to a lower number of home sales in 2023 and highlights the impact of the Federal Reserve's interest rate policy. Despite lower transaction volume, the desire for homeownership remains strong, driven by demographic factors and pent-up demand. The article suggests a potential increase in transaction volume, benefiting various real estate-related industries. Jason also  emphasizes the ongoing demographic shift and the significance of understanding supply and demand economics in navigating the market's dynamics. 

Then Ken McElroy and the Real Estate guys talk about  combining their mastermind groups into one program called The Collective Inner Circle, consolidating resources for entrepreneurs and investors. The new program includes 5 in-person meetings, VIP access to conferences, online training programs, monthly interactive calls, a book study, and priority access to other events. Membership costs $35,000 annually for individuals and $50,000 for partnerships. One member shared how the program's advice saved over $1 million in taxes. Interested parties can email the company to join the exclusive mastermind that provides extensive training, events, and networking for high-level business leaders.

email: membership@CollectiveIC.com

#RealEstate #HousingMarket #Demographics

Key Takeaways:

1:31 Projections for 2024

3:56 Resetting expectations

10:35 Wildcards to consider

12:37 https://www.baselane.com/jason

15:34 World population by region

19:02 Network with income property investors, join our Empowered Investor cruise  https://empoweredinvestorlive.com/

20:07 The Collective Mastermind and the Real Estate Guys

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 1000 published last May 14, 2018. 

Today is a milestone episode, number 1000! A big thanks goes out to all the guests who have come on the show and all the client case studies who have come to share their real estate journey. The first half of the show is a thanks to them.

The 10th episode for today is Jason Hartman talking with singer Colbie Caillat about how she managed to start her career using MySpace, as well as how she's handled rejection in her career, how she found her creative work process, dealing with rejection, and more.

Key Takeaways:

5:02 Thank you to all the guests who've come on the show

10:02 A few listener soundbites from client case studies

Colbie Caillat Interview:

15:41 Where did the idea to launch her career on MySpace come from?

18:37 The song writing process

23:55 Who was the song Capri written for

27:25 How Colbie stays healthy on tour

31:49 Dealing with professional rejection

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Jason talks about the resilient real estate market as the cost of money decreases and housing affordability improves. With mortgage rates dropping and the promise of increased affordability by the Fed, he anticipates significant price increases in the low-inventory market. Highlighting the 700,000-home deficit compared to normal inventory, Jason emphasizes the simple supply and demand dynamics driving potential price surges.

He also urges viewers to consider the upcoming cruise for a unique learning and networking experience. Overall, the episode provides insights into the current real estate landscape, emphasizing the market's strength and predicting positive trends.

Then Jason interviews Alex J. Pollock from the Mises Institute. The discussion revolves around the unpredictability of financial markets, particularly in contrast to more deterministic fields like astronomy. Pollock argues that economic and financial forecasts, even by prominent figures like central bankers, often prove inaccurate due to the interactive and recursive nature of human ideas, intents, and strategies within these systems. The conversation delves into the challenges of predicting economic and financial futures and emphasizes the significance of relying on self-corrective market properties rather than central authorities.

#RealEstate #Affordability #SupplyAndDemand #MarketTrends #InvestingTips #Economics #FinancialMarkets #CentralBanking

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https://www.AlexJPollock.com/

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:04 Total inventory for sale- how the year ended

6:06 Join the cruise https://empoweredinvestorlive.com/

7:25 US SFR Total Available Inventory- Weekly, by Year

Alex J. Pollock's interview

11:02 "Not like reality and math"

14:35 Applying these principles to the housing market

17:04 Housing prices and the International Union for Housing Finance

19:18 Talking bubbles

21:33 Giant inventory housing shortage

24:58 Entry level housing or the New home market

28:12 The great asset and liability

 


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Direct download: 2099__8_EDIT_DOWN_-_AMA_HS_CW_-_Alex_J._Pollock_v1.mp3
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In this episode, Jason Hartman discusses the Corporate Transparency Act, effective January 1, 2024. The act mandates companies doing business in the U.S. to report beneficial ownership information to the government to combat money laundering. Hartman emphasizes the exemptions, including securities issuers, government entities, banks, and more. He highlights the 57-page guide available for compliance, suggests seeking professional help, and warns of hefty penalties for non-compliance. The discussion touches on the complexities, potential loopholes, and challenges posed by the new law, urging listeners to stay informed and compliant with evolving legal requirements.

https://www.fincen.gov/boi

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 #CorporateTransparencyAct #Compliance #BusinessLaws #MoneyLaundering

Key Takeaways:

1:19 So many laws!

3:01 The Corporate Transparency Act

11:17 What companies are affected

15:10 A 57 page Guide and who's exempt

19:09 How to Profit from Millions of Americans Moving to the Suburbs

 


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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 843 published last June 14, 2017.

Jason has left the most expensive city in the US, NYC, and is enjoying fly over state pricing once again. The meat of this episode is a recording of a Creating Wealth Live session which focuses on inflation. We all know inflation is right around the corner as it is the only way the government can get out of the current economic climate. Inflation will erode our purchasing power, our stocks, our savings and the rich will get richer. Investing in Income Property is your best weapon against the forthcoming inflationary increase.

Key Takeaways:

3:07 Using a movie or Broadway play can get the attention of the political left.

6:42 Investors should align their interests with the government and the powers that be.

9:44 The Venture Alliance Mastermind in Chicago and the Oklahoma City JHU Live and Property Tour.

Creating Wealth Live Clip

11:08 The 6 ways the government is likely to inflate themselves out of a mess.

13:20 Understanding inflation in all of its forms.

16:19 The political left uses the guise of compassion and the right uses the guise of fiscal responsibility.

18:23 The government imports a deflationary force.

22:19 All the bills Americans need to pay are increasing while the price of ‘wants’ is going down.

26:05 How does income property counteract inflation?

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Jason discusses the state of the economy, focusing on the role of the Federal Reserve and potential supply chain issues. He also shared his opinion on the strength of the US dollar and Argentina's decision to adopt it. Towards the end, Jason addressed the issue of inflation and its steady fall since June of the previous year. He also discussed changes in active inventory across various local real estate markets, comparing it to 2019, and highlighted the importance of inventory in the real estate market.

Then Jason and Brian Beaulieu, Chief Economist at ITR Economics, talks about the state of the global economy, particularly in China and Europe and the potential for deflation in the real estate market in the early 2030s, the expected trajectory of inflation and the Federal Reserve's response to it, and the state of the US housing market. They also highlight the resilience of the real estate market, even in a high-interest-rate environment, and the importance of being unleveraged in the United States and in demographically superior states.

#EconomicOutlook #RealEstateInvesting #GlobalEconomicTrends #ChinaEconomicGrowth #DemographicChallenges #Inflation #InterestRates #HousingMarket #Affordability #CulturalShifts

https://www.CalculatedRiskBlog.com/2023/01/housing-january-30th-weekly-update.html

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Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:29 Defeating inflation, US Dollar hegemony and Argentina

4:30 FED- ready for the next crisis

7:08 Local inventory numbers 

10:44 Shadow demand vs. shadow supply

Brian Beaulieu interview

12:21 Income property- getting the middle class wealthy

14:12 Macro view on a global scale

15:38 Chart: China is weakening and will continue to weaken

16:25 Chart: Historic opportunity- India is the most populous country

18:27 Making the case for deflation in the 2030's

22:21 Chart: This is only round one of inflation going forward

25:36 Capitulation- buyers will eventually accept less

29:46 How it all relates to the rental housing market

 


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Today's episode is a Flashback episode, 1781 published last Dec 22, 2021.

Merry Christmas everyone!

Today, Jason talks about the 12 days of Christmas- adjusted for inflation! For 38 years, PNC has calculated the prices of the 12 gifts from the classic holiday song, "The Twelve Days of Christmas." The PNC Christmas Price Index® is a whimsical holiday tradition, which this year includes adjustments for the pandemic’s impact on the cost of purchasing the presents in the renowned carol.

And then Jason talks about cats! and dogs! and martial arts! how they move and fight... and how we can use our opponent's weight to our advantage! Now translate that metaphor to our fight against inflation and the forces of government and central banks! We align ourselves with them. And what do you get? Inflation induced debt destruction!

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Key Takeaways:

1:51 Inflation Induced Debt Destruction

4:30 Judo, aikido, cats and dogs!

7:15 Economic martial arts 

9:03 PNC Christmas Price Index and the 12 days of Christmas

10:00 A partridge in a pear tree, 2 turtle doves, 3 french hens, 4 calling birds, 5 golden rings, 6 geese a laying

12:25 7 swans a swimming, 8 maids a milking, 9 ladies dancing, 10 lords a leaping 

13:57 Judgement calls and manipulating the CPI

16:48 11 pipers piping, 12 drummers drumming

17:35 The true cost of Christmas- in dollars

18:43 The index- year by year, consumer inflation vs. asset inflation

20:07 Questions and comments

21:07 Skimpflation

24:24 The PNC Christmas Index and George Orwell's 1984

25:44 Back to the Index

26:38 What's coming up on Creating Wealth

29:02 Listen to the Holistic Survival Show

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This Friday Flashback is from episode 824, published last May 2, 2017.

This episode demonstrates the versatility of the most historically proven asset class income property. Jason breaks down its multiple dimensions and the various factors which can be used to prove that income property is the best investment you can make. During the client case study segment, Ani Wee tells her story of monetary and portfolio growth from her income property investments. She uses the Hartman Network to find opportunities, to gather information and to engage with like-minded people.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

03:43 Money matters!

08:19 Why you should immerse yourself in the most historically proven asset class.

Client Case Study Ani Wee:

21:55 During the market crash Ani was looking for options when she came upon the Creating Wealth Show.

23:55 She started investing in real estate after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad but she didn't know what she was doing.

26:02 Ani receives yellow postcards on the first property she bought from the Hartman network.

31:07 Ani's duplex in Florida appreciated from $79K to over $150K and her RTV ratio increased.

27:01 Comparison, income and replacement cost are the three basic approaches to appraisals.

39:00 Don't be afraid to push back on property management issues.

41:44 Ani will be doing a 1031 exchange on her properties in hybrid and cyclical markets.

45:02 Don't wait to buy real estate and outsource your debt to your tenants.

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Jason welcomes Joshua Simon, founder of Simon Commercial Real Estate, as they discuss the state of commercial real estate. Josh highlights the strength of retail, especially in open-air strip centers and grocery-anchored spaces. Simon emphasized the retail renaissance, citing low vacancy rates and increased demand. Industrial properties faced challenges due to overbuilding, particularly in larger formats. Simon recommended investing in debt instruments or high-yielding retail assets, focusing on quick-service restaurants with strong operators and understanding lease structures. He also noted the value in acquiring vacant spaces from struggling tenants due to the scarcity of real estate.

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#CommercialRealEstate #RetailRenaissance #IndustrialProperty #InvestmentStrategy

Key Takeaways:

Joshua Simon interview

2:15 Some numbers in the different asset classes in CRE in Arizona

5:46 How CRE has turned around nicely

8:31 Changing strategies to reduce overhead

10:32 Segmenting the retail market

12:55 Shopping Malls and the issues owners face

15:39 Industrial RE

17:26 Recommendations for mom and pop investors

20:55 Opportunities with credit tenant leases

23:00 Forecasting the Multifamily market

25:57 Keep an eye on operating costs especially insurance 

 


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Jason Hartman discusses the salacious and scandalous events surrounding the latest sex scandal in Washington, criticizing the corruption and bad behavior in the government, particularly highlighting the questionable financial activities of figures like Nancy Pelosi.

Then shifting to real estate, he predicts a surge in the market due to decreasing mortgage rates, making housing more affordable. He emphasizes the impact of low inventory and appreciating prices. He also addresses future mortgage rate forecasts, acknowledging the Federal Reserve's readiness for potential crises. He then advocates for term limits to address corruption in government and concludes by introducing an interview with the DC Madam, offering a break from real estate discussions. 

Today's salacious episode features Henry Vinson, who was slapped with a 43-count RICO indictment and was dubbed by the Washington press as the 'D.C. Madam'. Henry served five years in prison and has recently released the book Confessions of a D.C. Madam – The Politics of Sex, Lies, and Blackmail. He tells Jason his story and reveals the politicians who used his gay escort services in the late 80s. 

#RealEstate #MortgageRates #Corruption #DCMadam #Government #TermLimits #HousingMarket

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:34 Bad Behavior in Washington- it's nothing new

4:25 Mortgage rates next year

10:06 NAR forecasts 30 year fixed rate mortgages

12:41 A simple solution to corruption in government

Henry Vinson interview

13:53 Henry ran the largest gay escort service to have ever been exposed in Washington, D.C. 

16:35 Craig Spence bugged his own house to blackmail politicians with male escorts. 

18:45 In Henry's court case, he was represented by Greta Van Susteren.

21:18 The media simply doesn't report blackmail. 

22:55 Henry talks about Operation Mockingbird. 

25:55 Both Henry and Deborah Jeane Palfrey were dubbed the 'D.C. Madam' by media outlets. 

29:51 Craig Spence and other power brokers would consistently pressure Henry to offer child prostitution services.

34:57 Who was Henry's clients? Henry shares names.

37:53 What has Henry been up to since he's been out of prison?  

40:03 In Confessions of a D.C. Madam, the book shows the reader that blackmail plays a major role in American politics. 

 

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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 827 published last May 8, 2017.

Jason welcomes Elisabeth Embry to the podcast to discuss their new podcast! Women Investing Network or WIN will be co-hosted by Jason and Elisabeth and will focus on unique opportunities for women investors from a woman’s point of view. Elisabeth has a large income property portfolio and understands how to analyze the data necessary to make solid real estate investments in linear markets. They also discuss cash-on-cash return, Loan to Investment ratios, the Trump presidency and tax plan and the Seattle market.

Key Takeaways:

2:34 Information on the new Women Investing Network podcast.

4:53 Cash-on-cash Return explained.

8:12 Analyzing the data to uncover the true ROI of a property.

12:35 The 1031 exchange is yet another beautiful facet of investing in income properties.

13:57 Trump tax cuts and Jason's theory of relativity.

20:34 Elisabeth and Jason banter about Trump's presidency and the economy.

26:26 Is a bubble coming to the Seattle market?

29:36 Using the Risk Evaluator to determine the Land to Improvement Ratio.

30:53 Two reasons investing in a linear market is a lower risk for investors.

 


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In today's 10th episode, Jason interviews Johnny Serpilla, former President of Camping World, about his book, "Life is Hard, but I'll be Okay", and his experiences in leadership and business. Johnny emphasizes the importance of approaching life with one heart and mind, the role of gratitude in leadership, and the impact of personal problems on work. Johnny also discusses the importance of cultural shift in the workplace, the gap between stated and actual company values, the role of gratitude in life and business, and the need to distinguish between thoughts that require processing and those that can be dismissed.

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#LeadershipJourney #GratitudeMindset #LifeChallenges #BusinessSuccess #ThoughtControl #AttitudeofGratitude #LeadershipResponsibility #Resilience #LearningFromChallenges #MindsetMatters #InspiringLeadership #BusinessInsights #LeadershipLessons #BusinessPodcast #JasonHartmanShow #LifeIsHard #GratefulHeart

Key Takeaways:

3:01 Introducing Johnny Serpilla

3:47 Approaching life with one heart and mind

5:57 Translating your values to 12,000 employees

8:41 Aligning a generation's mindset

11:12 Dialogue vs. practice

12:40 An attitude of gratitude in life and business

14:47 The dogs that didn't bark

17:31 Why is gratitude important

21:24 The responsibility you carry as a leader

 


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Jason talks about the importance of understanding the relationship between household real estate value, mortgage debt, and GDP. The presented chart indicates increased equity and decreased mortgage debt as a percentage of GDP, highlighting a more stable housing market. He touches on the benefits of leveraging properties and he analyzes a chart on median sold prices based on bedroom count, revealing significant appreciation in lower-priced properties. 

#HousingMarket #RealEstate #EconomicAnalysis

Jason welcomes Len Kiefer, Deputy Chief Economist at Freddie Mac, as they discuss the current state of the real estate market. Despite concerns about rising interest rates, Kiefer highlighted the resilience of the U.S. economy, emphasizing the stability of the housing market throughout 2023. While acknowledging a potential slowdown in consumer spending due to higher rates, Kiefer pointed out that the housing market has seen low transaction volumes and reduced refinance activity, impacting affordability. He also discussed the unique situation of homeowners with ultra-low mortgage rates, estimating the value of their locked-in rates at around $55,000 per borrower. Kiefer predicted a gradual thawing of the market as consumers adapt to the new interest rate environment. He also underscored the importance of considering broader economic factors and demographic trends in understanding the housing market's dynamics.

#RealEstate #HousingMarket #EconomicOutlook #Millennials 

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:28 Introducing Len Kiefer, Deputy Chief Economist at Freddie Mac

1:46 Chart: Household real estate value and mortgage debt as percent of GDP

4:43 FireYourManager.com

5:41 RocketHomes Chart: Median sold price by bedroom count

 

Len Kiefer interview

8:33 The view from 30,000 feet

11:24 Charts: Spike in mortgage rates made it very expensive for homeowners to move

13:25 Chart: Historically low rates in previous years means there is no Refi incentive given today's rates

14:47 Chart: Homeowners locked into low mortgage rates are content to remain in their current homes

20:53 Market is starting to thaw

22:34 Chart: Due to savings from fixed mortgages, household spending may be less sensitive to financial conditions

27:30 Chart: Housing demand robust on favorable Age demographics of FTHBs

31:53 Chart: The U.S. faces a massive undersupply of housing

34:40 Chart: Strong demand from FTHBs and low supply led to a surge in entry-level home prices

38:32 Higher housing costs are contributing to more young adults living at home with their parents

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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 244 published on Feb 22, 2012.

Join Jason Hartman and client, Patrick, for a timely discussion about the benefits of real estate investing. Patrick shares his experiences working with Jason Hartman and Empowered Investor Network’s investment counselors.

Patrick tells younger people, “If you can have ten houses by the time you’re 30, you’ll be set when you’re 60.” Staying power – a buy-and-hold philosophy – is the key to successful real estate investing. Patrick and Jason talk about the importance of having all of the facts about local markets before purchasing a property so that the property makes sense the day you buy it.

Due diligence includes such factors as property taxes, employment, location to schools and shopping centers, crime rate, and in- and out-migration from an area, just to name a few. Patrick talks about the downside of speculating on properties, using his own experience with a rental home in California as an example, and encourages due diligence and diversification. The current economy is producing a larger number of tenants as more and more homeowners are forced out of their homes through foreclosures. This is creating a larger market for rental property, but not all markets are viable.

Jason and Patrick also discuss the importance of going where the customers are going to have the easiest time and a good experience, rather than being loyal to a market that is no longer providing a good return. Jason is a firm believer that the investment has to work in real life, not just on paper. In the latter portion of the show, Patrick discusses the pros and cons of a college education and how true learning takes place in the real world.

 

 


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Today Jason talks about "shadow demand" in the housing market. He emphasizes the impact of demographics, particularly the 25 to 34 age group, where about 16% are still living at home, representing untapped demand. With 11 million potential homebuyers in this category, Jason explores the dynamics of supply and demand, debunking predictions of a looming shadow supply. He also touches on factors like low inventory, the influence of baby boomers staying in their homes, and potential wildcards like geopolitical risks affecting the housing market's trajectory.

Then Jason and Bridger finish their conversation as they delve into the housing market, the economy, and financial trends, noting that millennials and Gen Z are gradually entering it, causing a housing inventory shortage. Despite rising interest rates, the market still faces low inventory levels. The conversation shifts to the potential impact on banks due to an inverted yield curve, bond values, and the housing market's reliance on new construction. They also explore the possibility of a banking crisis and discuss the Fed's role in managing interest rates. Jason concludes with insights on the strength of the U.S. dollar, the perceived threat of BRICS nations, and the inevitability of central bank digital currencies, raising concerns about financial freedom. 

#peterschiff #RobertKiyosaki #ShadowDemand #SupplyAndDemand #RealEstate #HousingMarket #Economy #InterestRates #Banking #USDollar #BRICS #CBDC

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:37 Shadow supply & demand

7:42 What to expect from the 2024 housing market

Bridger interviews Jason part 2

15:39 Low inventory

18:46 A new construction market

21:18 Total transactions have dropped

23:07 Banks, the housing market and the inverted yield curve

27:19 Protecting the US dollar

28:28 BRICS vs. America

31:54 CBDC's - one of the greatest threats to our freedom

 

 


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Jason discusses the impact of mortgage status on the US housing market and wealth distribution, highlighting the growing wealth gap and the formation of two socioeconomic classes due to approximately 40% of US homeowners not having a mortgage. He also touched on the performance of cyclical markets, particularly in luxury markets in Miami, New York, and California, attributing low sales volume to low inventory and high buyer demand. Lastly, he mentioned an upcoming cruise event and a monthly Zoom meeting for empowered investor pro members, in which they'll be talking about insurance for landlords against tenant damage.

Then Bridger Pennington of FundLaunch.com interviews Jason Hartman, renowned real estate expert. They delve into macroeconomics, market trends, and the impact of interest rates on housing affordability. Hartman emphasizes the unique value of today's low-rate mortgages and challenges predictions of a housing crash. The discussion also covers inflation-induced debt strategies and the current housing inventory shortage. Insightful, forward-looking, and packed with actionable advice for investors, Jason provides a comprehensive understanding of the real estate landscape.

https://www.FundLaunch.com

#bridgerpennington #RealEstateInsights #HousingMarketDecode #MarketTrendsUnveiled #PropertyInvestmentWisdom #FinancialFreedomJourney #DebunkingRealEstateMyths

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:46 Share of mortgage-free homeowners hits all time high in 2022

6:02 Housing inventory plummets in most affluent US zip codes

9:40 Pirates in San Francisco

11:30 Invest in right-leaning, landlord friendly markets

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Jason's interview with Bridger

15:01 Current state of the market

16:38 Hartman Comparison Index

18:31 Housing affordability and formation

22:45 Where we are in the market- mortgage delinquency

26:27 Stats: Mortgage vs. population

29:14 Median monthly mortgage payment, IIDD

31:43 Available US Single Family housing inventory

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 583 published last October 19, 2015. 

Tren Griffin doesn’t know the current stock price of Berkshire Hathaway and says Warren Buffett probably doesn’t either. Day-to-day ups and downs in the market don’t affect feasible, long-term investments. Value investing, traditionally known as buy and hold investing, approaches investing differently than most low fee indexes. It encourages rational thinking, interest based buying and finding the price mistakes in the market. 

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Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial:

1:42 Orlando Property Tour & Creating Wealth Seminar coming up

3:19 What I like about Warren Buffett

4:50 Know this about the properties on our site

10:05 The Walmart documentary example

14:37 Every company has 3 primary audiences - suppliers, stakeholders & customers

16:26 Send me an email with good quality sitcoms!

18:32 Meet the Masters - Early bird pricing available now!

18:56 Dubai in February with the Venture Alliance

 

Tren Griffin Guest Interview:

20:01 Why write about Charlie Munger

21:22 4 principles of value investing

24:37 Munger philosophy of decision-making

25:53 25iq

27:00 The key to investing is to find a mistake - FOMO

32:06 Markets are difficult to predict in the short term

34:03 Aligning investments with interests

36:17 Are you willing to do the work required by value investing

38:05 The circle of confidence - become a specialist in one area

40:16 Munger/Buffett fundamental - Get Rich Slow

44:40 Berkshire stock never splits

46:38 Following Tren

48:29 You can have a life when you are a value investor

 

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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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

29:37 American Bar Association & New York Bar Association 'Contingency Fees'

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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Today Jason welcomes Sara, one of his investment counselors to the show as they cover several financial and real estate topics. They address challenges faced by self-employed individuals in obtaining mortgages due to low reported income and offer insights into strategies like inflation-induced debt destruction. They also touch on interest rates, rental market saturation, and the advantages of joining the Empowered Investor Pro community, which provides valuable insights and networking opportunities for investors.

#RealEstate #Investment #Mortgages #Inflation #InterestRates #EmpoweredInvestorPro

Key Takeaways:

Q & A with Investment counselor Sara

1:26 Visit JasonHartman.com/Ask for your questions

2:26 Self-employed financing

7:27 Protecting your cash as you save for the next property

11:41 Growing out of low quality houses into better ones

14:37 It's a dynamic market and are subject to change

15:33 Interest rates

16:58 Rental Saturation 

18:17 Empowered Investor Pro and  upcoming LIVE virtual events; stay tuned for details

22:09 Why mass inflation is still a threat to rich nations

 


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Today's show is both a Flashback Friday and a 10th episode.

This show is from episode 750, published last November 9, 2016. 

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:

1:54 The majority has spoken in favor of Trump. The politics of race, gender and unification have yet to be addressed.

7:40 Are our RINO’s galloping towards Socialism?

10:24 Controlling the borders and nullifying trade agreements will increase American wages.

Kare Anderson Guest Interview:

13:58 What is connective behavior and what does it encompass?

16:15 Simple ways for people to connect include getting specific sooner, showing warmth before competence, sitting sidle and walking.

18:59 Create a bigger pie when someone is attacking you.

20:15 If you plan for what you want to do you don’t let anybody else determine your behavior.

20:53 A connective leader has the most clout.

23:31 Look for something you like about someone and keep it in mind every time you see that person.

27:54 How do journalists like Kare Anderson get people to open up and provide a fuller, richer story during an interview?

31:16 How did the Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner and Diane Sawyer handle their roles during the interview?

37:10 To have a meaningful and accomplished life means being grounded and truly listening to other people.

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Jason Hartman

Hartman Media

Kare Anderson's Say it Better

 


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Today Jason talks about the issues faced by property managers, emphasizing that they often receive negative reviews and complaints. He introduced several solutions to address these issues, including a "hybrid self-management approach" and "managing your manager." He also encouraged listeners to reach out to him for assistance at JasonHartman.com/ask.

Then Jason joins Robert Helms and Russell Gray of The Real Estate Guys as they discuss the investment opportunities in single family housing in the real estate market, highlighting its flexibility, universality, and government backing. Jason suggested that investors should follow the US government's business plan, and emphasized the resilience of the real estate market despite economic challenges. The group also talks about the advantages of negotiating the price and financing of properties, and discussed the importance of understanding the full range of benefits that come with real estate investment. Towards the end, they announced the merger with The Real Estate Guys of a new initiative called "The Collective Inner Circle", a mastermind group associated with Jason, Ken McElroy, and George Gammon. Jason concludes that investors invest in income property for yield, not appreciation.

#RealEstate #Investing #JasonHartman #SingleFamilyHomes #Financing #HousingAffordability #Inflation #Treasury #LeveragedBuyouts #AssetClass #InvestmentStrategy #InterestRates #PositiveCashFlow

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:14 property management

Jason's interview with The Real Estate Guys

6:24 A bit of Jason's background

9:04 Why Single Family Homes

12:35 It's all in the numbers and a huge blindspot

19:44 Housing affordability

21:56 Treasuries versus income property

26:24 The Real Estate Guys Joining forces with The Collective Inner Circle

28:19 Invest for yield- not appreciation

 


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Shout out from Rio de Janeiro where Jason opines that BRICS and their attempt at circumventing America's currency and challenging the US dollar's hegemony is not much to be alarmed over.

Then Jason welcomes Selma Hepp, the Chief Economist of Core Logic. They discuss the challenging state of the real estate market and noted that the market was facing issues due to rising mortgage rates, which led to a decline in transactions and mortgage refinances. Additionally, she highlighted that existing homeowners were benefiting from this situation due to their low mortgage rates and increasing equity. Selma also pointed out that the volume of home sales was down by 18% last year and was expected to decline by a similar amount this year, while mortgage origins were likely to be down by 30-35%. She also mentioned that the inventory of available homes for sale was at its lowest level historically, a quarter of where it was before the great recession. Despite this challenging market, Selma didn't expect much change until the spring of next year.

 

Key Takeaways:

1:28 BRICS

Selma Hepp interview

3:30 Who benefits in the current housing market

5:19 A decline in sales volume down and it's effects on inventory and prices

9:21 Slicing the MLS data

15:44 Decline in home sales driven by lack of affordability and supply

18:04 The Single Family rental market data

22:41 Where the Single Family market is headed

 

 


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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 738 published last October 13, 2016.

Investment Counselor, Sara is back on the show. She joins Jason to discuss her three new properties in Memphis, how a client beat her to the punch on other properties she was interested in and just how competitive the market is right now. And in the client case study, Dr. David D’Ambrosio shares his experiences with the 1031 Exchange on properties in the Orlando and Indianapolis markets. He shares his opinions on why more high-tax bracket professionals are not investing in real estate and he asks Jason about what his next steps should be?

The beautiful thing about real estate is you can acquire an asset, get your money back out and still own and control the asset. Plus, you pay no taxes on the money you extract.

 

Key Takeaways:

2:25 Sara just closed on three properties in Memphis and she wears PJ’s to bed.   

6:29 Rate locks - Should you let it float or lock it in?

9:41 Commodities that make up a house are copper wire, glass, steel, petroleum products are independent of any currency.

13:19 Is the Creating Wealth show the Fox News of real estate? One listener thinks so.

 

Dr. David D’Ambrosio Client Case Study:

18:00 Dr. David D’Ambrosio is Radiation Oncologist living the American Dream. He has always had an interest in real estate.

20:18 Dr. David recently did a 1031 Exchange and then purchased four properties in Orlando.

22:00 There are two ways to diversify a real estate portfolio. One is location and the other is through cash flow and appreciation.

23:51 The 1031 Exchange allows for only 45 days for identifying properties but up to six months to close.

26:34 It’s frustrating more people, doctors in particular, aren’t investing in real estate. It’s an absolute no-brainer.  

32:42 Local community banks will provide financing to investors after they reach their traditional property limit.

38:50 Is it feasible to do a cash out refinance if you can get a sizable amount of cash?

40:53 The deferred down payment option offered a nine-year break even point.

43:51 Equity stripping is pulling the money out of a property, having control of the cash and still own the property.

 

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Jason Hartman

Venture Alliance Mastermind

Hartman Education

 


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Greetings again from Florianopolis, Brazil. Today, Jason encourages you to take advantage of his company's "Complete Solutions for Real Estate Investing" program.

Then he and Joseph Brown finish up their conversation, exploring various economic factors, including housing and government borrowing. They touch on how housing is currently insulated from potential economic downturns due to low mortgage rates, particularly for the majority of homeowners with rates below 5%. This leads to an analysis of the inverted yield curve, traditionally seen as a recession predictor, but Joseph suggests it may not impact the housing market significantly. He explains that households are less likely to walk away from their homes and will prioritize other debts when facing financial difficulties. Furthermore, the gig economy and non-traditional employment options are becoming more prominent, making it easier for people to generate income, though the IRS is now actively tracking such income sources. Overall, the discussion emphasizes the resilience of the housing market in the face of broader economic challenges.

 
 

Key Takeaways:

1:25 Take advantage of Jason Hartman's "Complete Solutions for Real Estate Investing" program

Joe Brown interview Part 2

2:22 US residential mortgage charts

4:10 Chart: Housing production, units available vs. population

6:21 The 6 year millennial lag and shadow demand

9:25 Stepping into the housing market vs staying out of it 

13:38 The Reverse Repo Facility

18:29 The inverted yield curve and the housing market

21:14 The jobs market and the gig economy

 


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Jason briefly touches on the "over-entitled" investor as he reveals that getting properties for 'free' is a thing of the past.

He also welcomes back to the show Joseph Brown of Heresy financial as they discuss the global conflicts, the emotional detachment of Americans from these events, and the potential dangers of policymakers' decisions. They highlighted the role of profit in perpetuating war and concluded with a cautionary note about the potential for ongoing conflict if war remains profitable. They also discussed the philosophy of 'packaged commodities' investment, arguing that investing in real estate with subsidized financing and tax benefits can be more profitable than investing in commodities directly. They noted the potential for increased capital flow and immigration into the US due to economic devastation and war around the world. Additionally, they advised investing in scarce resources, with a preference for those at the end product stage. Joseph expressed his long-standing optimism on residential real estate and predicted that prices would continue to rise. Jason emphasized the need to consider the housing market in a global context, noting that American real estate remains relatively affordable compared to many other countries. They concluded that the key factor in the housing market is the balance between the number of people needing housing and the number of available places to live.

#RealEstateInvestment #GlobalInstability #RealEstateMarket #Inflation #CapitalFlight #USRealEstate #WealthPreservation"

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:43 Meme: the over-entitled investor

Joe Brown interview

6:50 Extreme profits in a world in chaos 

11:14 Pushing the prices of resources higher

14:38 Packaged commodities investing and wealth creation and destruction

18:04 Action steps and the great American real estate market

22:43 Bullish on residential real estate with data to prove it

27:59 Chart on mortgage currently on property

 

 


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Today's Flashback Friday episode is from episode 734 published October 4, 2016.

Jason’s guest, Brian is a client and a longtime Creating Wealth Podcast listener. Brian describes his early days of real estate investing when Sara initially walked him through the buying process. The properties he purchased in Atlanta and Memphis have now matured and Brian is faced with making a decision. Should he refi-til-ya-die or to do a 1031 exchange and get 2 for 1 on his highly appreciated properties. Jason shares his insights on best business practices, how to use an IRA as a tax savings vehicle and recommends some “must read” books on real estate investing.

Key Takeaways:

1:44 The Wells Fargo contract claw back.

3:39 “Make Six Figures” Bloomberg article tells a scary tale from the content portal.

Case Study with Brian:

8:53 Brian read Rich Dad, Poor Dad in high school which led him to the Creating Wealth podcast.

10:15 Brian was pleased with the support he received from Sara and the Local Market Specialists.

13:10 Is refi-til-ya-die always the best option or does the 2 for 1 plan make better financial sense on highly appreciated properties?

16:51 The 2 for 1 exchange gives the owner all of the equity to reinvest. The refi-til-ya-die option is limited to the cash-out loan to value ratio.

18:06 A refi may be a simpler option and offers a locked-in lower interest rate.

20:34 Brian shares his real estate investor stories on his website Rental Mindset.

21:55 When buying real estate inside of an IRA you get a tax efficient vehicle inside of another tax efficient vehicle.

22:37 Read Garrett Sutton’s Loopholes of Real Estate.

23:55 Rationalizing buying a property sight unseen.

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Jason Hartman

Hartman Education

Rental Mindset

 

 


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Michael Zuber talks to Jason about the housing market and the potential for a housing crash. Jason provides insights into why a housing crash hasn't occurred so far, emphasizing the need for millions of distressed sellers as a key ingredient for a crash. He also mentions that people who predict crashes often lack a comprehensive understanding of economic cycles and are influenced by past traumatic events like the 2007-2008 housing crash.

Additionally, the conversation touches on unemployment and its potential impact on the housing market, with Jason arguing that banks are more likely to work with homeowners than rush to foreclose, especially if they have substantial equity in their properties. The discussion also briefly mentions the role of technology companies in the economy and the concept of leveraging in real estate.

Overall, the conversation focuses on the factors affecting the housing market's stability and the likelihood of a housing crash, with a critical view of those who sensationalize such predictions for personal gain.

#HousingTrends #Economy #HousingMarket #EconomicCycles

Key Takeaways:

1:29 Packaged Commodities Investments are doing very well

3:00 Why the housing market hasn't crashed just yet

5:56 The ONE ingredient one MUST have for a housing crash and profiles of a Crash bro

8:21 Don't be lazy; study more than one recession

10:16 Very low inventory plus unemployment and it's insurance

15:45 Median monthly mortgage payment & number of mortgages by interest rate and foreclosure timelines

19:39 Altos Research inventory numbers

23:38 Drop in activity- not north of 6M homes for a decade

25:58 The FED looks like it's forcing a recession

32:43 A crystal ball on rate cuts and book recommendation

35:49 Jobs growth and some thoughts on the future of the economy

 


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Jason discusses the impact of national debt on economic debates between inflation and deflation and its role in wealth redistribution. He highlighted the potential value of war due to rebuilding and defense contractors, and emphasized the importance of a commodities investing strategy when dealing with natural disasters or wars. He also talks about the potential for a Federal Reserve pivot in response to economic concerns, which could lead to lower mortgage rates and interest rates. He argues that national debt might not be as significant as commonly thought, citing the "frog in warm water" example. He then invites his listeners to join the Empowered Investor Pro group. 

Then Jason welcomes Richard Vague as he discusses the relationship between government debt and inflation. He presents empirical evidence that challenges the commonly held belief that government debt always leads to inflation. Vague argues that historical data shows that inflation is often caused by supply constraints, such as during times of war or other disruptions, rather than simply by an increase in government debt.

He also points out that monetary systems have evolved over time, and there have been periods in history where there was no central bank or even a national currency, yet inflation was not rampant. Vague suggests that the supply of currency is elastic and that significant over-issuance is required to trigger inflation.

Overall, Vague's argument is based on historical data and challenges the traditional view that government debt is a direct cause of inflation. He emphasizes that the relationship between government debt and inflation is more complex and nuanced than commonly believed.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:29 The debate between inflation versus deflation continues with Richard Vague

2:05 Financial impact on the current war in the middle east

3:35 Packaged commodities investing strategy and interest rates

8:04 Awesome Empowered Investor Pro Zoom meeting

9:06 How much does the national debt matter

Warren Buffet: "Be fearful when others are greedy; and greedy when others are fearful."

Richard Vague interview

11:14 National Debt- should it be a concern not

13:31 Spending yourself to prosperity and comparing Japan debt to GDP ratio and inflation

16:18 Inflation Induced Debt Destruction and the correlation between government debt and inflation

21:26 Government debt's connection to inflation- it's NOT in the data

25:21 Given all the data, why this is true

27:45 Currency supply and demand

30:18 Supplying and buying the US debt simultaneously 

32:32 Modern Monetary Theory

33:17 International trade and manufacturing

38:39 Some of Richard's books: Paradox of Debt and A Brief History of Doom and more

Quotables:

Warren Buffet: "Be fearful when others are greedy; and greedy when others are fearful."

Milton Friedman: "Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon."

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 765 published last Dec 14, 2016.

The market is moving and it seems to be moving in the right direction for real estate investors. The historical average for appreciation for single family homes is ~6% nationwide. If you are already an income property investor, the good news is rents may be pushing upward. Jason’s guest today is the author of the new book, Global Shocks: An Investment Guide for Turbulent Markets. Nick Sargan is Senior VP and Chief Economist at Fort Washington Investment Advisors. He is a former economist at Morgan Guaranty trust, Salomon Brothers, Prudential Insurance and JP Morgan. He shares his insights about how the markets will react to a Trump presidency.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

3:03 Large corporations take advantage of customer’s time and call center workers are drones.

9:11 The flawed cap rate is an evaluation of a property’s performance minus appreciation and leverage.

15:11 The annual Meet the Masters of Income Property Event is in January.

Nick Sargen Guest Interview

17:21 President-elect Trump may lead the US with a pro-business stance.

20:53 Trump is a spender which could lead to higher interest rates.

23:01 Nick Sargen worries about Trump’s trade issue.

25:47 Budget deficits do not mean inflation.

28:24 Trump will be a pro-growth, real estate president.

31:16 The market is moving with the belief that all of Trump’s policies will promote growth.

34:06 Diving into the Global Shocks: An Investment Guide to Turbulent Markets book.

36:40 How to capitalize on a bubble.

40:24 Financial institutions have led the way during the current stock market rally.  

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Jason Hartman - Inflation Induced Debt Destruction Podcasts

Nick Sargen

Global Shocks  


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Join Jason as he interviews Amy Peikoff, Chief Policy Officer for Bitchute and formerly Parler. They discuss the critical issues of censorship and surveillance in our digital age. Amy shares insights into the Third Party Doctrine and the need for warrants in data collection. They also delve into solutions such as antitrust measures, common carrier regulations, and transparency in algorithms. Don't miss this thought-provoking discussion on the future of digital freedom.

Follow Amy via X at https://twitter.com/AmyPeikoff

 #Censorship #Surveillance #DigitalFreedom #Privacy #Antitrust #CommonCarrier #Algorithms"

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:27 The greatest threat facing humanity

3:18 Ordering myself a 'tall blonde' but ending up with 'poison' instead

Key Takeaways:

8:34 The 'third party doctrine' - censorship and surveillance 

12:10 Carpenter vs. USA

14:10 Censorship via third party entities and the new fascism

16:32 The 'state action' and the third party' doctrines

18:40 A few samples and a proposed solution https://t.co/t65NZCsr8b

22:06 Platform vs. Publisher

25:45 Jason's 3 solutions, Amy's reactions

33:43 A philosophical view on deregulating capital formation

37:26 All about Bitchute 

43:28 A free market approach to censorship

44:37 Check out Bitchute 

 


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In this episode, Jason Hartman discusses various topics related to real estate, investment, and the economy. He mentions the "1% equals 10%" rule and how it can help in understanding market dynamics. He emphasizes that the housing market is not likely to crash soon due to factors like a significant number of homeowners having no mortgage and low-interest rates. Additionally, he discusses population growth and the importance of household formation in analyzing housing demand.

He also discusses various points related to real estate and wealth, with a focus on the millennial generation. He cites an article about millennials' increase in their net worth, mainly due to rising home prices. The article also challenges the stereotype that millennials are financially irresponsible. Additionally, he highlights the importance of the Empowered Investor Pro group's monthly meetings and benefits.

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#RealEstate #HousingMarket #Investment #Economy #Mortgages #Homeownership #PopulationGrowth #HouseholdFormation #HousingDemand

 

Key Takeaways:

1:34 Jason's 1% equals 10% rule; Crash bros and confusing survival tasks with lifestyle

9:23 Short video: The sink metaphor

11:06 Joe Brown- Why the housing crash is not yet happening

13:03 A pie chart: Percentage share of outstanding mortgages by interest rate 

14:43 Be sure to subscribe to our email list

15:07 Time machine 

17:51 Population and household formation

20:28 Potential for future interest rates going down and up

22:01 In danger of being priced out and predicting interest rates

26:07 Justice is served

29:33 Every generation lost wealth last year- except one

34:45 Join Empowered Investor Pro today!

 

 


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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 764 published last December 16, 2016. 

No one but Jason seems to be saying it but Donald J. Trump is America’s first real estate president. It’s true his presidency may bring inflation but it’s ok because many real estate investors already have their debt locked up for three decades. Jason’s guest on today’s podcast is Nick Adams. Nick is the Founder and Executive Director of FLAG, The Foundation for Liberty and American Greatness. He also works as a columnist for Townhall.com. He is a former Centennial Institute Policy Fellow. Nick discusses his bestselling book, The American Boomerang: How the World’s Greatest Turnaround Nation Will Do It Again and his belief that Trump will be America’s next great president for four and possibly even 8 years.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:31 Get yourself to a low or no income tax state.

2:15 Jason’s 9-day travel adventure including the Venture Alliance Mastermind and Freedom Fastlane.  

7:03 Trump is the first US real estate president.

8:48 The deflationary effects of technology, Hartman’s Theory of Relativity and the recovery of the US economy.   

15:50 Investors who already have their debt locked in shouldn’t care if rates up.

18:48 Meet the Masters is filling up, get your tickets for

Nick Adams Interview:

21:17 The American Boomerang included what Nick Adams thought needed to happen for an American Renaissance.

23:07 Nick Adams read The Art of the Deal when he was 11-years-old and he publicly supports Trump.

27:06 Unlike in Australia, the Tall Poppy Syndrome does not apply in the US.  

31:38 There are four ways America is considered to be exceptional culturally, militarily, economically and scientifically.

34:57 People need to be confident for the economy to be roaring.

35:56 These are the 5 things America needs to do to economically boomerang.  

38:44 Will the next 4 years under President Trump bring wealth for America?

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Meet the Masters of Income Property Tickets

Venture Alliance Mastermind  

FLAG USA

 

 


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Today, Jason finishes up his talk with Neal Bawa as they touch on the potential impact of generative AI technology. Generative AI, such as Chat GPT, is considered a groundbreaking innovation and is expected to both disrupt and enhance various aspects of society. It can accelerate progress, solve complex problems, and potentially eliminate some jobs while creating new opportunities. This technology is compared to the significance of the internet, smartphones, and personal computers combined. While it may disrupt job markets, it also holds the promise of unprecedented prosperity and transformative advancements across various fields, from healthcare to climate change mitigation and chip design.

#AI #Technology #Prosperity #JobMarket #Disruption"

Key Takeaways:

1:52 Math on missed opportunities

3:34 The inflection point of Ai

8:32 A new economic prosperity as Ai creates complexity

12:20 Technology: Imagine a need and fill it

19:45 Software, robotics and infrastructure costs

24:51 The problem is energy

26:50 "Money creation happens when there is some kind of distress"

 

Mentioned:

Paul Zane Pilzer, "Unlimited Wealth- The Theory & Practice of Economic Alchemy"

Tony Seba, CEO of RethinkX, https://www.rethinkx.com/

Neal Bawa https://multifamilyu.com/ 

 


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Jason and Neil Bawa discuss the state of the multifamily real estate market. Prices in the sector reached unsustainable levels, resulting in a 25% decline since the peak in early 2022. Neil outlines two scenarios for the future: one where the Federal Reserve cuts rates, leading to stabilization through rate caps and refinancing, and another where rates remain high, causing distress. In either scenario, the market is expected to recover by the first quarter of 2025, with investors and banks facing losses totaling around $50 billion in a trillion-dollar market. 

#RealEstate #Multifamily #MarketAnalysis #MarketTrends

 

Key Takeaways:

1:22 The issues when investing in 17 metropolitan areas

4:13 Multifamily and the worse segment of commercial investing right now

8:49 "Survive till 25" and Bridge Loans and the "Jesus can't save you" category

16:21 Average price and unit count of multifamily properties and entry level housing

23:46 Bank collapse and the fear porn chart

30:58 Life insurance and pension plans

 

 


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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 768 published last December 21, 2016.

Jason speaks with Bob Pozen about possible changes in the real estate market under a Trump administration. Changes in legislation and regulations may lift up small to medium sized banks and increase the amount of lending by the biggest banks. Bob Pozen is a Senior Lecturer at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, a Senior Research Fellow at the Brookings Institute and former Associate General Counsel for the SEC. Bob has authored two books Extreme Productivity and Too Big to Save which is discussed during today’s podcast.   

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:17 The historic change in the leadership of the U.S. Government.

4:03 Remember to register for the 2017 Meet the Masters Event slated for January.

Bob Pozen Guest Interview

6:24 Legislation that may be changed through banking system while Dodd-Frank is left as is.

10:16 There has been too much regulation on small to medium sized banks.

11:59 The problems are Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are they were never public nor private.

15:39 The FHA and VA insure 100% of the mortgages made by banks.

16:21 More money flowing into the real estate market will cause an upward pressure on prices.

19:12 Home buying increases when rates start to go up but then level out.

19:54 Pozen was chosen by President Bush to join a bipartisan commission to strengthen Social Security.  

21:26 Security and Exchange Commission has constraints regarding employees working for corporations after their service.

23:48 Getting to the gist of Bob Pozen’s book Too Big to Fix.

26:25 Peer-to-Peer lending is pretty much unregulated.

28:04 As the economy strengthens banks should lend more.

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Jason Hartman

Jason Hartman Events

 


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In this eye-opening episode, Jason Hartman delves into the critical state of the real estate market with renowned author Ken McElroy. Discover shocking insights about the struggling commercial real estate sector and its impact on pensions and insurance companies. Are your investments at risk? Plus, explore the booming new construction housing market and why homeowners are holding onto their properties. Foreclosure rates are at historic lows, but what does this mean for investors? Stay ahead of the curve with essential financial advice.

And in part 2 of Jason's interview with renowned RE mogul Ken McElroy, Ken talks about the need for government to partner with private companies and relaxing zoning laws in order to address the housing shortage crisis in the US today!

#RealEstateCrash #InvestmentSafety #HousingMarket #FinancialAdvice

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:33 Ken McElroy, pension funds, insurance and the commercial real estate market

4:10 Book a call with Jason and get your money back many times over

4:38 "Homeowners don't want to sell"

6:02 Fannie Mae report on REOs; foreclosure business lowest point

9:30 Mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures

10:57 Single Family serious delinquency rates

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Ken McElroy's interview Part 2

13:05 Government working with private entities

16:04 Relaxing zoning laws

18:45 Struggling syndicators

22:20 Good at raising money; bad at managing properties

24:58  Not basing your future on rate cuts

 


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Jason welcomes his business partner, Ken McElroy, who is known for his books in the Rich Dad series and his expertise in multifamily real estate. They discuss various topics, including the impact of the Federal Reserve's interest rate increases on commercial real estate, the challenges faced by different real estate asset classes, and the dynamics of the multifamily market. Ken emphasizes that affordability issues are affecting the rental market, and they predict a slowdown in new construction in the coming years. They also debunk the idea of easily converting office or mall spaces into residential units. Stay tuned for valuable insights into the real estate market and part 2 of the interview on our next episode.

#RealEstate #Multifamily #MarketInsights #FederalReserve #Affordability #Construction #RealEstateTrends #PropertyValues #Investment #EconomicAnalysis

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:24 Join The Collective Mastermind Event in the Bahamas this November

1:59 Don't be fooled by the clickbait or fake news or the fear porn

3:32 Scrutinizing numbers; monologue versus the dialogue media

8:06 Where's the negative equity

12:34 Join our Empowered Investor Pro group

13:21 Federal Housing Financing Agency (FHFA) Map

Ken McElroy's interview 

14:17 Welcome Ken McElroy

15:13 Update on the commercial real estate class

19:50 Misconceptions, distorting statistics and construction woes

25:21 "Skate to where the puck is going"

27:28 Converting malls, office and hotel buildings to residential

30:56 Solving the housing affordability issue

 

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Ivy Zelman https://www.zelmanassociates.com/

 

 


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Today's Flashback Friday si 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. 

Key Takeaways:

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

8:26 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. 

23:36 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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Jason and Will Denis of the Flippin' SoFlo podcast discuss various aspects of the current real estate market and the impact of interest rates and inflation. They emphasize the importance of looking at data rather than getting caught up in fear-based news and offer insights into why the real estate market remains strong despite economic challenges. They mention that low-interest rates have led to affordable mortgage payments for many homeowners, making it unlikely for a real estate crash to occur without distressed sellers in mass quantities.

Additionally, they discuss inventory levels and how they affect the housing market, emphasizing the resilience of real estate as an asset class. They talk about potential returns on investment in income properties, with projected returns ranging from 20% to 30%. Jason emphasizes that income property is a historically proven asset class with multi-dimensional earning potential.

#RealEstate #HousingMarket #InterestRates #Inflation #Investment #IncomeProperties #Returns

Key Takeaways:

1:22 It's all about inflation: Data not drama

3:41 News versus noise

4:33 Inventory levels and the sink metaphor

12:24 Wanted for an RE crash: distressed sellers

14:02 Credit scores and what it means to the housing market

16:01 Population and immigration: Demographics is destiny

18:18 Massive housing construction

23:31 The 'Perma bull' of the housing market

26:15 Jason's crystal ball

32:04 Minimize exposure to 'fear porn'

 


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Today's 10th episode features Dr. Joe Dispenza, a neuroscientist who has written several best-selling books such as "Evolve Your Brain (2007)," "Breaking The Habit of Being Yourself (2012)," and "You Are the Placebo (2014)." 

Dr. Joe Dispenza is a Doctor of Chiropractic who has received postgraduate training and continuing education in neurology, neuroscience, brain function and chemistry, cellular biology, memory formation, aging, and longevity.

Dr. Joe’s work has been featured on six continents in 27 different countries educating people about the functions of the human brain through his lectures on demystifying mystical so people have all the tools within their reach to make measurable changes in their lives.

Dr. Joe wrote the book Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind and Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One. Both books are ranked as best sellers on Amazon.

He also has appeared on Oprah, CBS News Sunday Morning, CNN Live with Anderson Cooper, and National Geographic Channel’s Taboo series discussing how our minds can change our reality.

Dr. Joe Dispenza experienced a severe accident when he was 25, where an SUV ran over him during a triathlon event leaving 6 broken vertebrates with shattered segments going back towards his spinal cord.  

The prognosis was that he would probably never walk again after surgery. He refused surgery for his injury, deciding that if he rested his attention and energy long enough on his spinal column, he’d reconstruct it with the very power of his thoughts.

After 10 weeks of doing meditations for several hours every single day, health started to improve. He eventually used the power of his mind to heal his body. After 30 years since this happened Dr. Joe has hardly had any back pain ever since!

Key Takeaways:

2:18 Introducing Dr. Joe

2:51 "You are the Placebo" and the autonomic nerve system

5:58 The autonomic nerve system

8:38 Body heal thyself

13:28 Life extension by thoughts and telomeres

16:57 Teaching people to heal

19:18 Breaking the habit of being yourself

22:55 Epigenetics and mental rehearsal

 


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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 586 published last October 27, 2015.

Megan Greene joins us today to discuss the results of the 2015 John Hancock Investor Sentiment Survey. She shares her views on whether or not the Fed’s will raise the interest rate, if the stock market is rigged and how she believes monetary easing stokes financial inequality.

There are still a few spots left for the Orlando Property Tour! Go to JasonHartman.com to reserve your spot.

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial

2:07 Ms. Hartman is an extreme do it yourselfer

5:16 Jason wants me to increase my rent to value ratio

7:16] Sign, sign everywhere a sign

8:27 Inflation induced debt destruction

9:27 Orlando Property Tour has a few spots left

10:37 Meet the Masters in January

10:44 Venture Alliance Mastermind - February in Dubai

12:14 “Divorce the story, marry the truth” - Tony Robbins quote

Megan Greene Interview:

13:37 Regulations and less market liquidity causes volatility

14:47 High frequency trading makes it difficult for small players

16:55 The stock market is partly rigged

18:16 What’s the next move for the Fed

21:19 Results of the investor sentiment survey

22:07 The Fed’s may hike in December

23:24 Monetary easing stokes financial inequality

25:07 Pushing investors into riskier investments

26:54 Infrastructure spending may be in the future for the U.S. 

27:31 How will a rate hike affect mortgage holders

29:42 Mobility is a benefit for Gen Y workers

30:51 Risks coming from outside of the U.S.

 

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Tony Robbins

JasonHartman.com

Garrett Sutton

Manulife

John Hancock Asset Management

 

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Jason discusses various topics related to the housing market and investment strategies. He covers issues such as the housing shortage, market trends, and the importance of understanding real estate investment math. He also touches on the significance of increasing one's failure rate to achieve success. He then emphasizes the need for proper analysis when investing in income properties and addresses concerns about potential market corrections. Additionally, he mentions the challenges of high interest rates and how they impact the real estate market. He closes about the ongoing shortage of housing inventory in various regions of the country- most especially in New York.

He then goes to part 2 of his interview with Mike Zlotnik of TempoFunding.com. They discuss the current housing market situation and the significant shortage of entry-level home construction due to various factors like high construction costs, labor shortages, and regulations. The demand for new homes has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the supply remains limited.

Jason then touches on topics like the aging construction workforce and the difficulty in finding young people willing to work in construction. He predicts a housing shortage for decades unless there are significant changes in government policies, labor markets, or construction technology.

They also mention rising property taxes and insurance costs, with Jason noting that many of the rental properties his company deals with are new constructions and not affected by high insurance costs. They also briefly discuss the idea of converting office buildings into housing to increase housing supply but note the challenges and costs involved.

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial

1:22 Recap of the Empowered Investor Pro Zoom meeting: eviction process

2:26 >800,000 housing shortage- a bucket of water into the ocean

4:34 Gloom and doomers raining on our parade.

8:20 Housing inventory update from Altos Research

Jason's interview part 2

12:18 Major problems with unemployment and labor

14:05 Where do we go from here; addressing the decades long housing shortage

15:56 Retrofitting empty office buildings, rising property taxes, insurance & Empowered Investor markets

20:52 Rents, Surveys & the typical product today

24:03 Year on year listing supply

26:37 Interest rates and the FED

28:13 The massive impact of Artificial Intelligence

31:32 The future is inflationary

Learn how to read a proforma at JasonHartman.com

 

 

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Direct download: 2048__7__CI_CW_AMA_AIPIS_-_Jason_INTERVIEWED_by_Mike_Zlotnik_Part_2_v1.mp3
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Today's podcast features an interview Jason did for Mike Zlotnik of the BogMikeFund podcast, discussing market insights and investment strategies. Jason begins with a mention of a financing program offering 2.99% with zero points, accessible via the website jasonhartman.com/financing. Jason is also promoting the Empowered Investor Pro monthly meeting, highlighting the value of networking and building a real estate investment team. He emphasizes the affordability of joining this program and encourages listeners to participate, as the community offers insights for empowered investors looking to make informed decisions in the real estate market.

Then Jason and Mike discuss the current state of the real estate market. They touch upon various topics, including interest rates, the value of mortgages, and housing market trends. Jason emphasizes that despite the recent rate hikes, the real estate market remains resilient, with low inventory and high demand. He also suggests that homeowners with low-interest mortgages are unlikely to sell their properties, even in challenging economic conditions, as their mortgages are valuable assets. Jason predicts that the market will continue to perform well, and people will find creative ways to keep their properties and take advantage of their low mortgage rates.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:18 Introduction

1:42 You can still enquire about the ZERO points 2.99% financing offer at JasonHartman.com/Financing

2:46 Join the Empowered Investor Pro EmpoweredInvestor.com

Jason's interview with Mike Zlotnik

4:35 The US dollar backed by military might; high interest rates causing a shortage of housing inventory

7:47 What you need for a housing crash, high rates causing demand destruction

10:18 Black Knight & Axios data: Number of SFH mortgages by interest rate

15:24  Even when the economy tanks and the $5M house

20:50 The metaphor of the sink and new construction shortage

 

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Direct download: 2047__7__CI_CW_AMA_AIPIS_-_Jason_INTERVIEWED_by_Mike_Zlotnik_PART_1_v1.mp3
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This Flashback Friday is from episode 686 published last June 13, 2016.

Michelle Hawkins is a client who has attended a Meet the Masters live event and the most recent Creating Wealth Seminar and Property Tour in Cincinnati, Ohio. Michelle crunched her financial numbers only to discover that her pension was never going to be enough to support her during her retirement and she knew she couldn’t count on Social Security. Her investor journey started by reading all the investment books on the library shelves which led her to the sound decision of investing in income property. She shares her story and some sound investing advice.

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial:

1:53 Was the Orlando shooter on prescription drugs? If so, will anyone report on it? 

8:22 The pension system will not support you. You need to find a diversified wealth creation system now.

Michelle Hawkins Client Interview:

14:22 Michelle highly recommends attending a live event. She is proof that it works. 

18:23 The government basically says your money doesn’t really belong to you until they decide to give it back to you when you are 69. 

22:19 Michelle and Jason take a hard look at inflation, real interest and tax rates. 

26:51 Misconceptions about the stock market in Michelle’s research led her to investment in income property.

36:16 Physically vetting the system and the investment markets allows investors to buy with confidence.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Meet the Masters

Hartman Education

 


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Jason invites you to join the Zoom meeting that is offering a 2.99% financing offer. Also, the Empowered investor monthly Zoom meetings is this coming Tuesday. Fast track your investing journey by joining this amazing community of investors who are committed to your success!

Then Jason continues his discussion with guest Bob Murphy as they talk about the role of market prices, the importance of price discovery, criticisms of capitalism, the impact of government regulations on industries, the creation of money by central banks and commercial banks, and predictions about the economy's future. Bob anticipates a forthcoming recession, possibly in late 2023 or early 2024, and discusses the complex factors affecting inflation and deflation. The stability of the real estate and employment markets is noted, with potential changes predicted in the coming months. The conversation highlights the influence of regional trends and the possibility of higher unemployment rates.

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:41 Register at JasonHartman.com/Financing for our 2.99% financing offer Zoom meeting

3:31 Join the https://www.EmpoweredInvestor.com  and join this Tuesday's meeting with 2 eviction attorneys

Robert Murphy interview part 2

6:01 A primer on how money works

7:56 Do we need a Central Bank?

11:03 Soviet Union central planners pricing debacle 

14:06 Is capitalism failing?

15:51 Involving government in a 'free market'

19:24 Reexamining consequences on corporate abuse

21:28 Smoke and mirrors- how money is lent into existence

23:10 What's coming- inflation or deflation

28:29 Some action steps

 

https://www.BobMurphyShow.com/

 


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Direct download: 2045__7__CW_HS_AMA_CI_-_Robert_Murphy_Part_2_v1.mp3
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Today Jason talks about the current state of the market and the Federal Reserve. He mentioned that while house prices have increased significantly, median household income has also seen growth. However, real house prices are still more expensive than 23 years ago. Jason also discussed the resilience of the real estate market and the human tendency to rationalize decisions. He emphasized the importance of considering economic data on a per capita basis and discussed the concept of geo-arbitrage. He warned investors about the potential risks associated with triple net leases, specifically pointing out the example of Walgreens. He also announced a free Zoom meeting to discuss a new financing program offering 2.9% owner financing on select properties.

Then Jason and economist Robert P. Murphy discuss the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) on the economy. He emphasizes that while AI advancements might lead to job displacement, historical examples show that technological progress has ultimately led to increased prosperity and specialization. Murphy acknowledges concerns about AI's potential runaway self-improvement but argues that even in scenarios where AI outpaces human capabilities, humans can still benefit from coexisting with AI. He advises considering investments in assets that AI cannot easily replicate, like land and physical resources. Murphy also touches on the potential impact of AI on cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and the security of public ledgers in the face of AI advancements.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

2:04 Peeling back the layers of house prices

7:11 Rationalizing our decisions

9:21 GDP per capita Stats: Colombia vs. the US

10:21 Gross National Income per capita, geoarbitrage and the Hartman Comparison Index

13:02 RiteAid and Triple net leases

15:43 Join our zoom meeting August 31: owner financing as low as 2.99%. Sign up at https://www.jasonhartman.com/financing

 

Robert Murphy interview

16:46 AI and dangers it brings

19:10 Lost jobs and the convenience and prosperity AI creates 

24:38 AI and "Free Trade"

27:54 When AI goes too far

29:25 Atoms vs. Bits- Invest in things that AI cannot mass produce in the future

33:25 Blockchains and AI

https://www.bobmurphyshow.com/

 


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Direct download: 2044__7__CW_HS_AMA_CI_-_Robert_Murphy_Part_1_v1.mp3
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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 587, published last Oct 29, 2015.

Jason does a solo episode on today's show and has a number of thoughts he'd like to share with the audience. Jason emphasizes the importance of leveraging not only our investments, but our business, and our biology too. He believes leverage is the key to success and talks on why leverage is so important. Jason also talks on Tony Robbins and his philosophy after attending his seminar last week.

 

Key Takeaways:

2:43 Today Jason will be diving into more general topics not necessarily related to investing.

3:53 What kind of resources does Jason read?

8:46 Books are too long!

10:06 Jason believes the three most important things in life are our business, biology, and investments.

12:36 Walking 10,000 steps is a pretty big accomplishment.

13:16 The focus of the Creating Wealth show is to gain leverage on our investments.

15:11 The self-driving car could change the location, location, location motto in real estate investing.

19:26 Jason talks about Tony Robbins.

23:11 Can you really decide to be happy?

25:36 What are we really focused on?

30:21 Jason shares his thoughts about the book Talent Code by Daniel Coyle.

32:41 The best way to learn how to be a real estate investor? Buy property!

35:31 Jason shares his thoughts on the book Disrupt Yourself by Jay Samit.

37:56 There's a website that can tell you if you're house is haunted.

41:21 Marijuana and Denver real estate.

43:41 Check out Jason's next events via his website. P.S The Orlando property tour is almost full.

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

http://www.jasonhartman.com/

Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do! by Robert H. Schuller

Talent Code by Daniel Coyle

The Organized Mind by Daniel Levitin.

Disrupt Yourself by Jay Samit.

http://www.diedinhouse.com/

http://www.newser.com/story/214744/marijuana-having-big-impact-on-denver-real-estate.html

 


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Jason talks about the increase in housing inventory in the United States, attributing it to housing affordability issues. Despite the increase, inventory is still lower than it was last year by around 10%. He also anticipated misleading headlines and disaster scenarios, dismissing them as fake news. He emphasized the need for understanding the dynamic nature of the market, and expressed appreciation for his audience's engagement and feedback. Furthermore, Jason discussed a special financing offer of 2.9% for a podcast or Youtube session, and presented a forecast of home prices for 2023, noting that he had correctly predicted the trend. He criticized those who spread doom and gloom narratives about the housing market, implying their advice may have led to significant financial losses in the past.

Then renowned economist Harry Dent returns as he discusses key economic indicators, cycles, and market trends. He emphasizes the potential for a significant market downturn due to demographic shifts, overvalued real estate markets, and high levels of debt. Dent suggests investing in high-quality Treasury bonds (ETFs like TLT and ZMF) as a safe haven during potential market crashes. He also recommends being cautious with stock and real estate investments, as he anticipates a period of economic turbulence ahead. 

#EconomicIndicators #MarketTrends #Demographics #MarketDownturn #InvestmentStrategy

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:27 We love your comments! And keep those reviews coming as well

2:06 Housing inventory and affordability

4:18 Inventory is still lower YOY

7:05 LIVE Zoom meeting featuring an awesome financing deal. For more details. get on our mailing list today!

8:42 Chart: 2023 Year end home price forecast

12:13 Leverage

Harry Dent Part 2

17:43 Chart: 2 Tech cycles per 45 years & 1 generational per 39

19:54 Chart: Current FED hike of 525bps already most since 1981

21:32 Chart: Russell 2000 triangle pattern ultimate sign of long-term 

23:04 Chart: China's real estate crash keeps coming back

26:58 "You can't have a crash without distressed home owners" - Harry picks Jason theory apart

30:50 Standard of living is declining: buyers and renters just have to accept less

33:18 Work force and the death of southern Europe and east Asia and how America is far better off

35:57 Impact of technology and AI and the generational transfer of wealth 

37:31 Some of Harry's action steps

 


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Direct download: 2042__7__CI_AMA_CW_HS_-_Harry_Dent_P2_v1.mp3
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In this episode, Jason welcomes bestselling author Harry Dent as a returning guest. Harry Dent, known for his bearish outlook on the economy, has appeared on the show multiple times over the years. The discussion revolves around whether Harry's long-held economic predictions are finally coming true. Jason highlights Harry's approach of studying demographics and predictable spending patterns, which he finds reliable. However, the complexity of the economy is acknowledged, with a humorous reference to economics being invented to make astrologers seem credible. The episode also promotes an upcoming cruise event and delves into an article from The Atlantic about the inaccuracy of recession predictions. The article explores factors like positive economic indicators, the role of the Federal Reserve, and the psychology of public perception. Ultimately, the episode concludes that economic forecasting is not a precise science, leaving the future of the US economy uncertain.

#EconomicOutlook #HarryDent #Demographics #RecessionPredictions #Demographics #FederalReserve #EconomicForecasting

Stay tuned for details regarding our upcoming 5 day Cruise on April 2024.

Then renowned economist Harry Dent discusses the current state of the economy and his predictions for the near future. He highlights the impact of massive stimulus injections, printing money, and raising interest rates. Dent explains that the combination of the 5.2 trillion dollar stimulus and tightening monetary policy will likely lead to a significant weakening of the economy over the next year. He emphasizes the importance of understanding the lags in economic responses and suggests that by the summer or fall of 2024, the economy could be facing a deep recession or even a depression. Learn more about Dent's insights into economic cycles and technology trends.

 

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:28 About Harry Dent

2:46 Upcoming LIVE Cruise on April 2024

3:25 Article: How the recession doomers got the US economy so wrong

Harry Dent interview part 1

10:59 Welcome Harry "The Bear" Dent

12:31 2007 Baby boomer peak spending

16:01 Immigration adjusted birth index and peak spending years for each generation

23:12 Chart: FED printed 44% more money in 2 years AFTER COVID than 2008 to2014

28:12 Is the future still deflationary?

 


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Direct download: 2041_7__CI_AMA_CW_HS_-_Harry_Dent_P1_v1.mp3
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This Flashback Friday is from episode 515, published last May 13, 2015.

Michael Casey is the author of The Unfair Trade and talks to Jason on how we can make international trade fair. Jason and Michael talk on how saving financially can hurt the economy as a whole, China's economy, job creation, and much more on today's episode. Jason would also like to remind his listeners that if you'd like to join the Venture Alliance, you can by going to http://venturealliancemastermind.com/

 

Key Takeaways:

4:50 Always have an inspection in your properties. 

14:13 Check out http://venturealliancemastermind.com/ if you'd like to join Jason's mastermind.

15:11 Jason welcomes Michael Casey to the show.

25:53 Saving excessively can be destructive to a nation. 

34:58 China is very far away from creating a middle class economy. 

38:08 Technology is moving so fast that we can not keep up with creating new job opportunities. 

47:23 The problem with ObamaCare is that we already have socialized health care by default. 

50:13 We have nationally-focused governments, but we need international organization for fair trade to work properly.  

 

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http://venturealliancemastermind.com/

JasonHartman.com

michaeljcasey.com/ 

 

 


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Today, Jason discusses various topics, including his impressions of Medellin, Colombia, and observations about expatriates' perceptions of their new countries. He compares the US to other countries in terms of government interference, ease of doing business, and capital movement. He anticipates higher inflation due to shifting global labor markets and emphasizes the importance of the US as a safe haven for capital. He analyzes homeownership rates among different generations, debunking some misconceptions about millennials and real estate. Jason also touches on tragic events like wildfires in Maui and ongoing conflicts in Europe and Afghanistan.

Jason then welcomes Erin Sykes, Chief Economist at Nest Seekers International, as they discuss the current state of the real estate market, focusing on high-end trends and the impact of interest rates. Erin shares insights into wealthy investors' behavior, the role of hard assets in the market, and the shift in mentality towards long-term real estate investments. Discover how different markets are responding to changes in inventory, mortgage rates, and economic stability. Learn about the resilience of certain cities and what the future might hold for the real estate landscape.

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:18 Some comments on Medellin, Colombia

4:25 Comparing governments with regards to business

7:08 The American hegemony

8:58 Nixon and the emerging inflation threat

11:37 Inflation induced debt destruction

12:23 The US consumer debt

14:46 Millennial vs. Gen X home ownership rates

21:05 Maui locals worry wildfires could worsen affordable housing shortages 

23:17 Geopolitical news in Sweden and Afghanistan

Erin Sykes interview

25:36 Jason welcomes Erin Sykes

26:36 What wealthy clients are saying right now

28:22 T.I.N.A - Is real estate the 'safe harbor'

30:44 Crypto and purchase cancellations

31:53 Businesses of the ultra-rich

34:02 Financing vs. leverage, date the rate- marry the house

37:33 FED raising rates one more time

39:55 Don't bet against New York City

42:57 A forecast on the real estate market

46:51 Mass migration and remote work

 

Mentioned:

Listen to Jason's old episodes HERE.

https://PeterSweden.com/

https://www.NestSeekers.com/

 


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Direct download: 2039_CW_AIPIS_-_Erin_Sykes_v1.mp3
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Jason discusses the state of the housing market from a scenic location in Medellin, Colombia. He highlights the remarkably low mortgage delinquency rates, the lowest since 1979, debunking predictions of market collapse. He contrasts today's median mortgage payments, even with rising interest rates, to those in 2011-2013 when prices were significantly lower. Hartman dismisses concerns about unemployment impacting the housing market, arguing that unemployment benefits can comfortably cover these low mortgage payments.

And in part 2 of Dean Rogers' interview, Jason discusses the current state of the real estate market, focusing on the reasons why a housing crash is unlikely. He emphasizes that the market is not currently in a bubble, attributing this to factors such as solid lending practices, high-quality borrowers, low inventory levels, and strong demand for housing. He also points out that the shortage of entry-level homes, combined with the lack of distressed sellers and the equity that homeowners hold, makes a crash less probable.

Furthermore, he discusses the multi-dimensional returns of income properties and predicts that mortgage rates may settle around 5% in the future. Overall, he suggests that the real estate market is stable and poised for continued appreciation.

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:27 Welcome from Medellin, Colombia

1:58 Lowest mortgage delinquency rates since 1979

3:41 Chart: Median monthly mortgage payment | Median home sale price

6:37 The wild card

Dean Rogers interviews Jason Part 2

8:18 Rents for Single Family Homes are going up a lot more

9:02 There is no such thing as a "national housing market"

9:38 10 to 12 year cycle market crash

11:32 Chart: Percent of closed-end, first lien mortgages outstanding by interest rate

12:42 Chart: Percent of closed-end, first lien mortgages byd current loan to value

14:46 Chart: mortgage originations by credit score

15:45 US population growth 1990-2020 & the most important charts

16:07 Inflation adjusted house prices 3.6% below peak

16:26 Single Family housing units completed

17:38 PropertyTracker.com

19:32 There is very low inventory

20:01 Interest rates 

26:01 The property has to make sense from the day you buy it

 

Mentioned:

Debt: The First 5000 Years by David Graeber

Grant's Interest Rate Observer https://www.grantspub.com/

 


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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 517 published on May 18, 2015.

Jason talks on why the US real estate is vastly better than the European market and also answers a listener question from Pam. Gary Carmell is the author of The Philosophical Investor: Transforming Wisdom into Wealth. He talks to Jason on what is a philosophical investor, the reason why there was a 2008 real estate crash, inflationary pressure and much more. 

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

6:43 The US real estate is still better than the Euro real estate for income investing. 

17:46 Jason answers a listener question from Pam. 

Gary Carmell interview

21:11 Jason introduces Gary Carmell

23:36 What is the philosophical investor? 

31:26 Jason breaks down the real estate market into three types: linear, cyclical, and hybrid. 

39:46 Why does the typical institutional investor always go for the class A properties? 

51:56 There isn't a lot of demand right now for burrowing money. 

54:26 How does Gary feel about deflation? 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

http://www.cwscapital.com/who_we_are/carmell.aspx

https://www.garycarmell.com/

 


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Jason Hartman discusses various topics related to the real estate market and mortgage debt service payments. He emphasizes the importance of taking a broader and longer-term perspective when evaluating economic and real estate trends. He highlights that while some might focus on recent increases in mortgage debt service payments as a percentage of disposable income, the current burden is still much lower than in previous years, indicating a favorable situation.

He addresses Fannie Mae's recent profits and forecasts, noting that despite concerns about a potential recession, the housing market remains resilient. He highlights Fannie Mae's strong credit characteristics for mortgages, with a weighted average mark to market loan-to-value of 51%, indicating significant equity in properties. He also mentions the decreasing serious delinquency rate, showcasing the overall health of the mortgage market.

Jason promotes a balanced perspective and urges viewers to avoid falling for sensationalist headlines. The content provides insights into the current state of the real estate market and mortgage industry, encouraging viewers to consider historical context and broader trends when assessing the market's outlook.

Then in an interview done by Dean Rogers, Jason talks about how one can benefit from inflation and his trademark strategy "Inflation Induced Debt Destruction," inviting people to invest in the most "tax-favored asset class in America today": income property! 

#RealEstate #MortgageMarket #HousingTrends #LongTermPerspective

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:33 Share your comments on the different platform especially Spotify!

2:54 Homeowners are experiencing the lowest interest rates- ever

3:46 Mortgage Debt Service Payments 

7:16 Back up and look at the BIG picture

10:15 Fannie Mae's $5 Billion Profit in Q2, but still expects a recession

Dean Rogers interviews Jason

14:41 Introductions, Malthus and the Crash Bros

18:23 The business plan of governments and central banks

20:59 Inflation Induced Debt Destruction

24:30 Income-Investment strength vs. Inflation

26:14 Reduced Supply: Few Sellers

30:10 Number of mortgages by interest rate

 


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Jason is in Salt Lake City, Utah, hosting The Collective Mastermind gathering with Ken McElroy and George Gammon. He gives us a short outlook on millennial and unemployment myths versus the housing market and its current shortage and why it is really good for income property investors!

Then Jason welcomes Tobias Peter of American Enterprise Institute back to the show! Tobias and Jason discuss the challenges faced by the housing market due to low interest rates and the lack of supply of homes on the market. They argue that the market is in an unhealthy state due to the low supply and high demand, with buyers and sellers struggling to meet their needs due to a lack of inventory. Tobias suggests that the current supply-demand relationship is unhealthy and buyers should consider breaking back into the market if they want to avoid a market crash. The lack of housing supply is due to government policies like single-family detached zoning and environmental regulations, which have made it harder to build and find land to build. The current housing market has been under-building for 40-50 years. Tobias and Jason agree on the need to relax building standards and allow builders to build cheaper properties to provide affordable housing for low-income families. They also mention the benefits of equity accumulation for wealthy individuals and compare the bond market to the mortgage market, as higher interest rates make existing mortgages more valuable.

#HousingMarketInsights #EconomicOutlook

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:28 Welcome to Salt Lake City, Utah

2:08 Busting the Millennial myth

3:37 Pure optimism from a home builder; not much competition from the resale market

4:31 Myth about the unemployment effect on housing supply

6:45 Unemployment insurance and mortgages

Tobias Peter interview

8:47 Welcome Tobias Peter of the American Enterprise Institute

9:29 A generally bullish outlook on the economy as YOY Home Price Appreciation (HPA) accelerates

11:56 The housing Supply-Demand Relationship and issues that affect the market

20:07 Policies that seek to do away with foreclosures and institutionalize forbearance

21:33 Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans

23:36 Year On Year HPA by Metro- 60 Largest: Linear vs. Cyclical Markets

25:24 Evidence of permanent mortgage rate buydowns by the largest builders

28:27 Modern Finance Theory (MFT)

32:03 Allow builders to build

37:43 California's homeless problem

41:23 The future is inflationary- a bullish view on the economy

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 535 published last June 29, 2015.

Mark Fleming is the Chief Economist for First American Financial Corporation. He has been a trusted voice with over 20 years of experience in the mortgage and property information business. Mark talks on the housing collapse, where the housing market is today, and why you should pay attention to the Millennial and Baby Boomer market.  

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

6:23 Jason does the math on a high-end property in a cyclical market versus a lower-priced property in a linear market. 

12:26 Owning five diversified properties is much better than owning one expensive property.  

18:11 If you want to be green, be a cash flow investor.

Mark Fleming Interview

20:31 Jason introduces Mark Fleming. 

23:51 Before the recession, there was a lot of incentive to flip homes as oppose to buying a home to live in. 

26:26 Texas, the Dakotas, and Oklahoma are considered the energy states and currently have a good real estate market. 

29:01 Mark talks judicial versus nonjudicial foreclosures. 

36:56 Pay attention to where Millennials want to live and where Baby Boomers want to retire. 

45:26 Mark believes Millennials might marry later, but they will still have a high marriage rate. 

48:16 We may see a major shift in housing when Millennials are in their mid 30s. 

51:46 What should the home-ownership rate be? Mark believes 65% is the magic number. 

 

Mentioned:

http://www.firstam.com/

 


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Today, Jason discusses an article about Fannie Mae, a government-sponsored entity, which reported a significant profit increase and expects a 3.9% rise in home prices despite a looming recession. He emphasizes the resilience of the housing market and how first-time homebuyers are still active despite rising home prices and decreased affordability. The low delinquency rate, high credit scores, and significant down payments reflect the strong state of the housing market. Jason also teases upcoming content on rental income trends.

Then Jason finishes his interview with John Williams. They discuss various economic and real estate trends, including the impact of regulations on housing markets. They also touch on central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) and their potential surveillance implications. The conversation delves into the inflationary environment and how it might affect property owners and investors. The hosts emphasize the importance of having options and diversification in the face of changing economic landscapes. Additionally, they mention the potential conversion of office buildings into homeless shelters, which could impact downtown property values and businesses negatively. Overall, Jason and John provide insights into the current economic climate and offers advice on how to navigate the challenges ahead.

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:25 This is why we do this

2:14 We're in Salt Lake City for The Collective Mastermind

2:36 Article: Fannie Mae notches $5B in Profits in Q2, but still expects a recession

5:58 Lifestyle compromise and FICO score of 752

9:32 Serious delinquency rates

11:01 Fannie Mae's net worth

John Williams interview

12:00 California building 2.4M new houses

15:27 A broader view of the economy and some action steps one can take in light of it

18:04 Surround yourself with the right people

19:12 Central Bank Digital Currencies

20:51 FedNow® and the long arm of America

25:54 Inflation and the cost of rent

28:13 Office building conversion to residential

32:02 Accidental landlords and the problem of low housing inventory

 


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In this episode, host Jason Hartman welcomes guest John Williams. They discuss the current market and agree that it is rigged. They emphasize the need for individuals to take control of their financial future, as they cannot rely on the government. Hartman shares personal experiences with self-management and advocates for it, as it offers more control and efficiency. He also dispels fear-mongering about the real estate market, citing low mortgage delinquency rates and persistently low inventory levels. The episode concludes with Hartman teasing an upcoming episode about the upward pressure on rental prices.

Jason then welcomes to the show real estate expert John Williams warns about the future of housing and construction regulations. He discusses a website revealing the funding and entities behind the push for net-zero carbon buildings. Cities worldwide have pledged to meet ambitious carbon reduction targets, leading to fines for non-compliance. However, the cost of compliance is astronomical, estimated at $275 trillion, creating financial ruin for many property owners. Williams predicts the gap between haves and have-nots will widen as cities enforce stringent regulations. Investors are advised to be well-informed, agile, and cautious amid uncertain future policies.

#housing #regulations #climatechange #netzero #realestate

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:18 Design your own future

4:09 Hybrid Self-Management and getting control

6:08 A prickly situation

10:54 Corelogic Report: US mortgage delinquency rate drops to all-time low in May

14:11 Chart: National overview of loan performance

14:25 US SFR Total available inventory - weekly, by year

15:08 Upcoming Jason Hartman Study: Why rents are so low

John Williams interview

15:43 Building requirements into the future https://www.c40.org/funders-partners/

16:32 One Billion Net Zero carbon buildings by 2030

21:37 Cost of transition: US275 Trillion from 2021 to 2050

25:10 New York Post: NYC's Local law 97

26:08 "Money goes where it's treated best"

28:44 A checklist for your property

31:08 Wall Street and the big institutionalized players

33:00 Ithaca, NY- becomes first US city to begin 100% decarbonization of buildings

34:43 A vicious cycle: how these might be funded and the inflation it will create

37:46 Obamacare & Decarbonization and California

 


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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 497 published last April 1, 2015.

Jason Hartman on the intro portion of the show talks about the sharing economy, his new Venture Alliance mastermind group, and some interesting new material called graphene. Jason also welcomes second time guest John Rubino to the show to talk about the money bubble and what that all means to our economy. John Rubino is the editor of DollarCollapse.com as well as the co-author of the Money Bubble: What To Do When It Pops. John has a lot to say about what's happening with the global economy and what to do when the money bubble pops on today's episode. 

Key Takeaways:

6:23 Jason talks about the sharing economy. 

10:26 Check out the  new material called graphene. 

15:56 Venture Alliance is hosting an event on June 12 and 13

19:56 Jason introduces John Rubino to the show. 

23:26 People are terrified and are looking for safe heavens to invest their money. 

28:56 Banks are pushing their interest rates below zero in order to keep their financial system afloat. 

37:16 Even though we've had tech and housing bubbles in the past, the money bubble is the biggest bubble of them all. 

41:16 John says people will lose faith in the dollar, but Jason disagrees. 

45:06 What's happening with Switzerland's currency? 

52:06 The numbers keep getting worse and the math stopped making sense in 2005. 

56:26 Money manages and retirees really face some tough decisions right now. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

I Like Local

Car2Go

http://www.businessinsider.com/housing-recovery-about-renters-2015-3

DollarCollapse.com 

The Oil Card by Jim Norman

 

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In today's 10th episode, Jason discusses the booming new home market and the prevalent housing shortage. He explains how low mortgage rates have led to a lack of resale housing, making existing mortgages highly valuable. Demographics play a significant role, with a generation double the size of the last one entering the housing market. Real estate investors have an opportunity to address the housing shortage while benefiting from the rising demand. And stay tuned for upcoming episodes on rent vs. buy analysis and intriguing data! 

Jason then interviews Daniel McKinley, an industrial anthropologist and neuroscientist, who uses AI and linguistic analysis to understand people, cultures, and their impact on economics and progress. McKinley's work focuses on analyzing psychological and sociological traits quantifiably and how they influence purchasing behavior, relationships, and organizational structures. He uses linguistic algorithms to predict human psychology, attitudes, and behavior, which can have significant economic implications.

#InvestInRealEstate #HousingShortageSolutions #HousingMarketTrends #AI #LinguisticAnalysis #Psychology #Economics #Neuroscience #CulturalDimensions #Collectivism #Individualism #MicroExpressions #BigData #DanielMcKinley

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:29 A fascinating discussion awaits on our 10th Episode today

1:57 Chart: Wall Street Journal- "Death of the resale home market"

3:51 NAR Chart- New Single Family Homes, very good for home builders

5:41 What about 'Housing Starts'

Daniel McKinley interview

9:25 Meet Daniel, industrial anthropologist and neuroscientist

10:39 How society organizes itself- collectivism vs. individualism

12:55 Languages and music and its influences in culture, economics and investing

17:52 New credit scoring models, voting and soda pop preferences and Ai

20:33 Betting on a 'soft science' and micro expressions

23:31 Government and the masses- what one do with this kind of information

27:19 Freedom of Information, creating a 'memory hole' and the Orwellian age

31:50 Self talk- how people can use this in their own lives

35:40 Go to PersonAbilities.com for some assessment tests

 

Mentioned:

James W Pennebaker - The University of Texas at Austin

Alvin Toffler: Power Shift


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Jason discusses the national debt, unfunded liabilities, and the practicality of a gold standard. He also explores the idea of a balanced budget amendment and its potential impact on the economy. While acknowledging the inflationary effects of debt, he believes the U.S. will continue to kick the can down the road for years. Additionally, Jason emphasizes the importance of investing in real estate and warns that rents are too low and will likely rise, making it an opportune time for investors.

Today Jason welcomes Chance Finucane from Oxbow Advisors. They discuss the economy and markets, highlighting concerns about inflation and rate hikes. With a potential economic slowdown on the horizon, banks are facing challenges with higher interest rates affecting their profit margins. As for real estate, office space is collapsing, but the housing market remains resilient due to low inventory and high equity for homeowners. For investors, dividend-paying stocks in various sectors like telecoms, oil pipelines, and REITs offer attractive opportunities in the current market.

https://oxbowadvisors.com/

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#NationalDebt #GoldStandard #BalancedBudget #RealEstateInvestment #Inflation #RentalMarket

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:17 The US national debt and a gold standard

2:56 Former President Ronald Reagan and the Balance Budget Amendment

7:53 Join the Empowered Investor Pro

8:49 Real Estate News & Tech YouTube channel

9:54 "RENTS are too damn low!" 

Chance's interview

14:24 Inflation and interest rate hikes

16:26 A mission to increase the unemployment rate

17:45 Low inventory and high interest rates

18:24 Housing crash needs a massive supply of inventory

19:51 The poison pill the FED placed in the housing market

22:17 Bank distress and hold-to-maturity bonds

25:50 Bank failures

27:07 Forcing the FED to pivot by tightening credit 

28:18 Collapsing of the commercial real estate

29:28 Food and energy

30:57 Public market portfolio

 
 

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This Flashback Friday episode is from CW 509 published last April 29, 2015.

Jason's mother, Joyce, reads a book a week and has some interesting questions for Jason about the book she's currently reading entitled The Death of Money by James Rickards. Jason and Joyce talk about China's economy, the one child policy, and they also touch on why the US government loves inflation. 

Key Takeaways:

3:53 Joyce is currently reading The Death of Money by James Rickards. 

6:43 – If you believe in Earth Day, why don't you move to North Korea? 

10:21 Corruption happens everywhere, both in the US and in China. 

15:36  China just doesn't have enough money. 

24:16 It's silly that the US government doesn't include food and energy in their inflation stats. 

28:36 What does all of this have to do with income property? 

35:56 People say that the US is no longer going to be the leading reserve currency in the ten years. Jason doesn't think that's true. 

40:36 Jason thinks his mother should start her own podcast. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode: 

The Death of Money by James Rickards

The Bet by Paul Sabin

Smaller, Faster, Lighter, Denser, Cheaper by Robert Bryce.


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Today Jason discusses various aspects of the housing market and affordability. He highlights the increase in housing prices and the challenges it poses for prospective buyers due to low inventory and affordability. He emphasizes the need for compromise when it comes to finding a suitable home or rental property. He also mentions the resilience of the real estate market and its ability to withstand challenges, such as rising interest rates. He predicts continued growth and demand in the market, driven by factors like millennial homebuyers and increased household formation. The episode concludes with the reminder that investors should adjust their strategies to succeed in any market conditions.

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#HousingMarket #Affordability #RentalMarket #InterestRates #HomePrices #InventoryLevels #Millennials #Compromise #RuleOfThumb #CreatingWealth

 

 

Key Takeaways:

1:29 Get your tickets to the CREATING WEALTH Virtual Event today!

2:31 Article: Housing prices increase as inventory and affordability continue to challenge prospective buyers

5:11 Shout out to our Investment Counselors and highlights from the Black Knight article

10:41 Housing Affordability remains dangerously close to its 37 year low

13:05 Median priced home- It takes 35.7% of median household income to make the principal and interest payment

16:53 The rule of thumb

19:10 Compromise, compromise, compromise

20:17 Chart: Home prices grew 3% YOY in the second quarter

20:40 More to come this weekend at the Creating Wealth Virtual Event

21:10 How to Profit from Millions of Americans Moving to the Suburbs

 


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In episode Jason discusses the alarming state of retirement savings for Generation X. A report by the National Institute on Retirement Security reveals that the bottom half of Generation X earners have very little saved for retirement, with some having nothing at all. The report highlights the disparity among different racial groups, with blacks and Hispanics having lower savings and limited access to retirement plans. While the report primarily focuses on employer-sponsored plans, it fails to consider individuals' entire net worth, which could provide a more accurate representation of their retirement savings. The situation calls for attention and action to address the retirement crisis facing Generation X.

He also touches on the housing market, highlighting the low inventory and high demand, especially among millennials. Higher mortgage rates and the lack of new listings contribute to the hot seller's market. Finally, Jason Hartman promotes his upcoming virtual event, "Creating Wealth," which focuses on real estate investment strategies. Registering for the event offers the opportunity to access recordings for those unable to attend the entire live event. Get your tickets now at https://www.jasonhartman.com/

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Key Takeaways:

1:33 The Gen Xers: The lost generation

3:10 Article: Retirement outlook is 'alarming' for Gen X

6:14 Choosing how to 'age'

7:35 Corporatocracy, feminism and conspiracies

8:39 A large number of Gen Xers have virtually nothing saved for retirement

9:03 Chart: Typical Gen X household has only $40k for retirement

10:56 Chart: Gen X men and women and divorce

14:29 Video: Economist explains why Middle TN housing market remains hot

17:16 The metaphor of the sink

20:57 Join our Creating Wealth Virtual Event July 21 & 22

22:25 Altos Research Chart: US SFR Total Available Inventory - Weekly, by Year

23:30 Tyler Durden: Auto insurers hit by worst crisis in 30 years, sends premium skyrocketing

27:17 Passing your costs to the tenants 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 479 published last February 18, 2015.

In today's Creating Wealth introduction, Jason Hartman reads out loud about a Realty Times article about Zillow's evaluations and gives his comments on this. He also talks about military drones, regular drones, and reminds the audience that you can still purchase Meet the Master home study courses on JasonHartman.com! 

Dr. David E. Goldberg is today's Creating Wealth guest. David has a background in civil engineering and is also an author who has written several books about engineering and computer algorithms. Jason talks to David about his most recent book, A Whole New Engineer as well as genetic algorithms, why there is a decline in engineers, and more on today's episode. 

 

Key Takeaways:

3:58 Jason talks about when he first started in the real estate business. 

7:58 Single family homes appreciate a lot better than other real estate classes. 

14:06 Jason reads out loud a Realty Times article about Zillow, 

17:41 Zillow agents say their estimates are 'just a good starting point', but what does that mean? 

19:38 Reminder: if you have any comments or questions for Jason, you can now leave voice messages on the website. 

20:36 Appraisals and CMAs show the data points, Zillow does not. 

27:41 Jason introduces his guest, Dr. David E. Goldberg. 

30:56 Designing a kidney by hand is almost impossible, but by using nature's genetic algorithms as a base, you can speed up the process. 

35:36 There will always be a good and bad side to technological advances. 

40:26 At one point in our history, engineers were seen as rockstars. 

46:26 Engineering is fairly uninviting and there's bigger paychecks else where.

51:36 When students feel trusted, they end up achieving a lot more. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

Zillow.com

http://realtytimes.com/consumeradvice/sellersadvice1/item/32910-20150218-starting-with-zillows-zestimate-may-not-get-you-very-far

The Singularity is Near by Ray Kurzweil 

NoFlyZone.org 

DoNotCall.gov

The Visible Hand by Alfred Chandler

http://bigbeacon.org/

 

http://www.amazon.com/David-E.-Goldberg/e/B000APHEJU

 


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In this video, Jason discusses bankruptcy filings and provides statistics to debunk the claim that bankruptcy rates are skyrocketing. He compares recent bankruptcy filing statistics to previous years, including pre-COVID and 2016. The numbers show that bankruptcy filings have actually decreased over time. In the first quarter of 2022, there were 400,000 new filings, compared to over 800,000 in 2016. He emphasizes the importance of comparing statistics to get a clear understanding of the situation.

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Then Jason continues his conversation with Malcolm as they discuss various topics related to societal changes, economic collapse, and the future. They talk about the broken marketplace in terms of relationships and the value people place on themselves. They also touch on the Mormon culture and its sense of community. The conversation then shifts to the decline in fertility rates and its impact on the economy. They explore how traditional ways of storing assets may not be effective in a collapsing population scenario. They speculate on the future value of assets and highlight the importance of building communities and cultural groups in a shrinking world. The discussion concludes with a mention of AI and its potential role in the posthuman world. Malcolm encourages listeners to think ahead and adapt to the upcoming societal change.

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#societalchange #economiccollapse #relationships #Mormonism #fertilityrates #assetvalue #AI #posthumanworld #communitybuilding

Key Takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:53 Bankruptcy filings from UScourts.gov

10:01 Get your tickets to our Creating Wealth Virtual Event on July 21 & 22

Malcolm Collins' interview Part 2

13:25 Dating is a marketplace failure

17:32 Religion and views on population

19:45 Social Technology in relationships

21:27 What does this all mean to the economy

23:09 Intergenerational value of wealth

25:31 A different economic system for our grandkids

28:54 America is the safest island in the midst of the coming demographic storm

30:13 The advent of AI as humanity stops breeding

34:05 Check out the Pragmatists' Guide Books 

 

 


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In this episode, Jason discusses the concept of luck and how to manufacture your own luck. He emphasizes the importance of building a network, learning new skills, and being actively involved in your endeavors. Remember, luck happens when preparedness meets opportunity. Also, get your tickets to our upcoming Creating Wealth virtual event on July 21 and 22 to learn more about wealth creation in uncertain times. Go to https://www.jasonhartman.com/ and register today!

Jason then welcomes Malcolm Collins, a former venture capitalist and private equity investor. Together they discuss the economic impact of demographic decline. They explore various topics, including the declining fertility rates in countries like South Korea, the US, and China, and the potential consequences for the economy. Collins emphasizes that the current economic system is built on the presumption of constant growth, driven by a rising population, and highlights the unsustainability of the current trends. He also delves into the sociological forces contributing to demographic decline, such as the urban monoculture and the economic pressures faced by individuals. Collins argues that capitalism, while a powerful system, is not well-equipped to address the long-term value of adding humans to the system. Additionally, he challenges the notion that immigration can solve the demographic decline issue, pointing out the complexities and potential dependencies it creates. The conversation touches on the importance of foresight, the role of children as future workers and contributors to the economy, and the broken state of modern dating markets.

 

Key takeaways:

Jason's editorial

1:28 How to be lucky; be in the game- join our Empowered Investor Pro Network

6:05 Join The Collective Mastermind

6:26 Chart: US Interest Rate Hikes

7:55 Chart: The State of the Nation's Housing 2022

9:25 Chart: Home Price Growth Hit Record Highs in Most Markets

9:41 Get your tickets to the Creating Wealth Virtual Event today!

Malcolm Collins interview

12:14 Everything is NOT fine

21:25 Some causes of demographic decline

25:10 Foresight and selfishness

30:40 Dating is a marketplace failure

 

Mentioned:

"The Virtue of Selfishness" by Ayn Rynd

"The Bet" by Paul Sabin

 


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This Flashback Friday is from episode 458, published on  December 29, 2014. 

Jason Hartman shares an important lesson he learned from Richard Nixon and talks a little bit more about the Meet the Masters event and why you must be there. David Porter is the guest for today's show. He has been on the show before many years ago and he updates the audience about some of the big successes he's had with Jason's company. Jason and David also talk about the economy, borrowing money, cool technologies, and more on today's Creating Wealth show.

Key Takeaways:

1:30 Jason did go to the time share presentation and it's still a bad idea to invest in one.

8:10 Jason talks about Richard Nixon and Richard's trip to the grand canyon

14:10 Experiencing hardship is often a good thing.

17:00 Don't miss the Meet the Masters event!

21:25 David Porter comes on the show for the second time.

26:50 David talks about his first experience buying a home when he first met with Jason.

30:40  Despite the financial market crashing, David still felt like real estate was the best way to invest his money.

36:10  David took his ability to borrow and invested it in a conservative way.

44:10  With David's extensive shipping background, he tells Jason he's seen a huge increase in retail shipping.

50:10 Despite the huge debt the US has, they are still very hard to compete against in the global consumer market.

54:30 There's so much cool technologies out there right now. It's a great time to be alive.

61:00 Jason and David go back to talking about real estate and David shares more specific numbers on how he is doing.

65:20 David talks about his own experiences being a property manager.

72:20 Hiring great property managers will keep your sanity in check.

 


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