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In this episode, Sam Newell and his partner, Michael Young, give updates on their investment properties. Watch the video version here: https://youtu.be/x30Tsb1wWA8 (https://youtu.be/x30Tsb1wWA8) For more info about the Multi-Family Investment Club, visit MFIclub.com
In today's episode, Jason talks about Inflation hitting a 31 year high, how rents are UP in the markets he recommends but FLAT in others! He also talks about the Phillips Curve, inflation and taxes and how it relates to real estate investing and that demand for single family rentals remain strong, and the Burns Single Family Rent Index. You can also watch the video at Creating Wealth YouTube channel. Jason also welcomes Bronson Hill, apartment syndicator and founder of Bronson Equity to speak about which cyclical real estate markets are far into bubble territory, possible effects of fed tapering and how geography is less meaningful than ever before. Let's not forget how money printing leads to hyperinflation and unfair and unequal wealth distribution. Income property values generally rise with inflation, so you must take advantage of inflation induced debt destruction! Key Takeaways: [1:43] Inflation 31 year high [4:15] The Phillips curve [6:12] Triple the inflation target rate [8:30] Inflation and taxes- liar and thief [9:12] How it relates to real estate investing [11:59] The best performing markets [13:01] Demand for single family rentals remain robust [14:38] Reach out to us for free; we're happy to help you! Bronson Hill Interview: [16:00] The future is inflationary [18:05] There might be a crash [20:10] Looking for another Paul Volcker [22:02] Zimbabwe's worthless trillions [24:43] Universal basic income is coming [29:03] Real estate values are largely based on school districts [30:00] Geography is less meaningful than ever [32:43] B and C class rentals [34:06] Pent up demand for housing has made things very competitive [36:54] Take advantage of inflation induced debt destruction [38:22] It's important to look at the broader economic picture [39:12] Join the Empowered Investor Inner Circle Websites: BronsonEquity.com Statista Chart: Bureau of Labor Statistics inflation hits 31 year high Burns Single Family Rent Index The WEALTH TRANSFER is happening FAST! Protect your financial future now! Did you know that 25% to 40% of all dollars ever created were dumped into the economy last year??? This will be devastating to some and an opportunity to others, be sure you're on the right side of this massive wealth transfer. Learn from our experiences, maximize your ROI and avoid regrets. Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Asset Protection, Tax Savings & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else http://JasonHartman.com/Fund Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit www.JasonHartman.com Guided Visualization for Investors: http://jasonhartman.com/visualization
JWB Co-Founder, Gregg Cohen will reveal his JWB turnkey property of the week, take questions from the audience, and share insights into the Jacksonville real estate market.This week's featured property...- Is brand new construction- will generate positive monthly cash flow- has granite countertops in the kitchens for higher rents & reduced maintenance costsBe the first to know which property Gregg recommends each week as we reveal it live on the show. This is your chance to pick the brain of an investor with 15 years of experience, that oversees $450M worth of assets, and genuinely wants to help you out.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The housing market has seen record home price growth this year. But who does this boom benefit and who gets left behind?----- Transcript -----Jim Egan Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm James Egan, co-head of U.S. Securitized Products Research from Morgan Stanley,Sarah Wolfe and I'm Sarah Wolfe from the US economics team, focused on the U.S. consumer.Jim Egan And on this edition of the podcast, we'll be talking about the impact of the housing boom on America's low-income households. It's Tuesday, November 16th, 10:00 a.m. in New York.Jim Egan Regular listeners of the podcast have probably heard me talking with my colleague Jay Bacow about the record level of home price growth that we've seen this year. And we've talked about it from a number of different angles: how high can home price appreciation actually climb? How sustainable is this current level of growth? What's the aftermath going to be? But today, Sarah, you and I are going to be approaching this from a slightly different angle, and we're going to talk about the impact of rising home values on low-income households. So, what were some of the big questions behind your recent research, Sarah?Sarah Wolfe So there's been a lot of discussion this year, as you mentioned, around rising home prices, rising rents and the extremely healthy housing environment. So, we wanted to look at what this meant for households all across the income distribution and, in particular, what it meant for low-income households. There's been a lot of focus on how low-income households are going to fare as we move off of fiscal stimulus - I'm talking about the unemployment insurance benefits, the economic impact payments - and so we wanted to explore real estate wealth as a potential source of equity for this group in order to make the transition away from government stimulus into a more recovery part of the economy easier or not. And so that's really the focus of this report.Jim Egan All right. Now you've spent a lot of time talking about the low-income consumer. We've got the kind of excess savings narrative across the consumer in aggregate. I know that that is appearing in the low-income consumer a little bit, but maybe not as much as further up the spectrum. Can you dig into that for us a little bit? How is the low-income consumer performing right now?Sarah Wolfe So overall, the low-income consumer over the last year and a half has performed very well, and that's because we've seen an unprecedent amount of fiscal stimulus. We've also seen strong job growth among low-income industries, including retail trade, leisure and hospitality. These are where the jobs are coming back. And we're also seeing pretty strong wage growth for low-income workers. And then at the same time, there was a pretty significant pullback in spending like dining out and other services. So together we got this buildup of excess savings and, low-income households had savings as well, and there was excess savings held all across the income distribution. While this is really significant, it's important to know that the dollar amount of excess savings held among lower income households is not that significant. And they also have a higher marginal propensity to consume out of their savings. So, while the savings is there, it likely will not last long. And so, it's not going to be a longer-term source of wealth, and that's why we decided to turn our attention to real estate wealth. Will this be a potential long-term source of wealth and significant for this group of consumers?Jim Egan OK. So, when you looked into housing wealth and particularly for low-income consumers, what did you find?Sarah Wolfe Well, low-income homeowners have actually seen their real estate wealth increased by roughly $18,000 per household. That's from the end of 2019 through mid-2021. Now, in dollar terms, that's less than the rise in real estate for higher income groups. But in percentage change, it's a 19% increase in real estate wealth among low-income homeowners. And that's the largest percentage increase across the entire income distribution when it comes to real estate wealth.Sarah Wolfe So, there's clearly been a substantial amount of real estate wealth for homeowners, but it leads me to ask the question, can they actually access that wealth?Jim Egan That is probably the question we get asked most frequently. The record rise we've seen in home prices has brought equity in the U.S. housing market to levels we haven't seen. We have data going back over 26 years. We've never had more equity in the housing market than we do right now. Part of that's because this rise in home prices just was not accompanied by the rise in mortgage debt that we saw in the early 2000s, the last time home price growth was really anywhere close to where it is right now. So, the question we get from investors pretty frequently is, well are borrowers going to access this? How can borrowers access this? Are we going to see that same sort of mortgage equity withdrawal, that sort of cash out activity that we saw during the last cycle. And look, the high-level answer is it's difficult to say, given the lack of comprehensive data that we see there. Now, we do have some form of data from the GSEs, we have it from Ginnie Mae, that can show us how cash out activity is evolving, and we are seeing cash out activity really pick up in 2021. It wasn't the case in 2020. Falling rates in 2020 meant that a larger percentage of refinancings were more just straight rate-and-term refinances. They didn't have a cash out component. But we are starting to see cash out refinance activity pick up in 2021 from where it was in 2020. Sarah Wolfe And how does mortgage credit availability play into all of this?Jim Egan We do think that's playing a pretty big role. Now we've talked about how mortgage credit availability is running at pretty tight levels. We actually undid six years' worth of easing lending standards in the six months following COVID, but we have started to see lending standards plateau and they've started to ease from here. Now, how of those tight lending standards manifested themselves in terms of cash out activity? We're actually seeing the dollar amount that is being cashed out, it's lower today than it was in 2019 in terms of absolute dollar amount. If we talk about the amount of equity, the rising home prices we've seen, that means as a percentage of the property value, in 2019, we were seeing cash out refi's remove roughly about 18% of value from the house. That's down to just 13% today. So people are able to access that equity, but tighter credit standards might be contributing to that dollar amount being lower. And it certainly means that the borrowers who are more likely to be able to access that are probably borrowers that are further up the credit quality spectrum, higher credit scores, for instance, perhaps higher income levels as well. So we do think that tight credit availability plays a role. But Sarah, turning this back to you.Jim Egan Once we get past the borrower's ability to actually remove cash from their home or the borrower's ability to tap that equity in their home. What are you seeing households use that money for?Sarah Wolfe Well, a bulk of the equity goes back into the home in the form of home improvement and repairs. There is a smaller amount that goes towards non-housing expenditures like education and apparel. Also, some of it goes towards paying down debt. But the large majority is back into the house in terms of home repairs and improvements.Jim Egan OK, I want to switch gears from homeowners to renters. Rents have been racing higher in recent months. That doesn't seem great for low-income consumers who don't own their homes. But what are you seeing there?Sarah Wolfe That's true. Home price appreciation is great for those who own a home, but only half of the bottom 20% are homeowners. This compares to 80% homeownership among the top 20%. And so while we've seen a rise in home price appreciation, it's coincided with escalating rents for non-homeowners. To put some numbers around it, CPI inflation-- this is consumer price index-- showed that rents rose 0.4% in October and 0.5% in September. And while that might not seem like a big number, that's the largest two month increase in rent inflation since 1992. We also find that low-income renters spend 63% of their income paying rent nationally, which is quite elevated. And we're forecasting that rent prices are just going to keep going up and up in the coming years, making it harder for Low-Income non-homeowners to afford having a home and leaving them at the mercy of rising rents.Jim Egan Now we've done a lot of work on inequal access to homeownership among minorities. How does this factor into the rising burden of rent?Sarah Wolfe Well, on top of the income disparity in homeownership, the racial disparity adds another dimension to the divide between low-income homeowners and renters. Our ESG strategies find that on average, the gap in homeownership between White and Black and Hispanic households is widest for low to moderate income families. This really limits the benefits of home price appreciation for minorities and further exacerbates racial inequalities.Jim Egan All right, so the record level of home price growth, which has led to a record level of equity in U.S. households, does appear to have increased wealth across the income spectrum. But when we look a little bit closer, that's not necessarily the case for lower income households the same way it is for higher income households. And, across the board, the ability of these different households to tap that equity is still a question.Sarah Wolfe That's correct. But I think that it's important to keep in mind that the picture is not all bad. The low-income household is still healthy, and we have the substantial amount of labor market income coming from lower wage jobs like retail trade, leisure and hospitality, transportation, combined with strong wage growth, all helping and supporting income growth longer term for this group.Jim Egan Sarah, always great speaking with you.Sarah Wolfe Great talking with you, Jim.Jim Egan As a reminder, if you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please take a moment to rate and review us on the Apple Podcasts app. It helps more people to find the show.
2005's Rent vs 2011's Friends with Benefits! One is based on a hugely popular broadway musical, the other does NOT star Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher, both are utter delights! How ever will we choose??Hi! We're Liza and Mike and we have too many DVDs! So many in fact that the only way to cull our collection is to pit them against one another. Every week we'll select two movies at random, watch them, talk about them and decide which one has GOT to GO. Two discs enter, one disc leaves. This is: DVD Deathmatch!
Travel Freely (Our recommended tool for maximizing travel rewards in Vegas & beyond) Free sign-up - https://milestomemories.com/go/travel-freely-youtube/ Episode Description On this week's podcast we start by talking about the big news of the week. MGM Resorts announced Mirage is now for sale, while their biggest rival Caesars announced they are going to sell a Vegas Strip property in early 2022. Who will be buying and how will this change the Vegas landscape? This past week was also Halloween and naturally Vegas had some unique offerings for the holiday. Our favorite was the Vegas Vickie costume contest where people dressed up like the iconic neon statue for a chance to win $10,000. Many of the costumers were awesome. In other news we learned that the Strip had record gaming revenues for the 3rd quarter, taking in over $2.1 billion. That didn't stop Caesars from losing money, however things are moving in the right direction for them. In other news rents are at astronomical records in Vegas right now, KISS is out and Buble is in for residencies, the new minor league arena is disappointing and is Sands building a new casino in New York City? About the Show Each week thousands of people tune into our MtM Vegas news show at http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories and now we bring you the MtM Vegas podcast where we can spend a little more time sharing our best Vegas info, tips, reviews and stories plus talk to some of the most interesting people in Vegas. Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at email@example.com. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or by searching "MtM Vegas" or "Miles to Memories" in your favorite podcast app. Don't forget to check out our travel/miles/points podcast as well!
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about third quarter multi-family rents in San Diego. Is rent growth slowing down? We talk about what we have seem in the market as multi-family property managers and how that compares to the newest Co-Star Report.
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 30th, 2021... the rebound of big city rents, the state and local property tax bonanza, and a tragic reminder to check smoke alarms in rentals.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Economic NewsWe begin with economic news from this past week. The latest report on the GDP shows a big slowdown in the third quarter. The Commerce Department says the economy downshifted from 6.7% in the second quarter to just 2% in the third. (1) The slowdown was expected but the Wall Street Journal had anticipated a beefier 2.8%. Economists say we're experiencing slower growth because government stimulus money is drying up while businesses struggle with supply chain issues and the nation continues to deal with the coronavirus.Consumers are working and spending money however, which keeps the economy on the growth side. Consumer spending was up .6% in September. (2) And, the latest unemployment report shows that new state claims dropped to another pandemic low of 281,000. Existing claims also fell, from 2.48 million to 2.24 million. (3) The unemployment rate is currently at 4.8%. Much of that spending went into new homes. New home sales rose in September despite higher price points. The sales rate grew to an annual rate of 14% while the median price rose to a new record high of $408,800. (4) The sales rate hit a six-month high in September, but it's almost 18% lower than it was a year ago. The sale of existing homes went in the opposite direction. The National Association of Realtors says pending sales were down 2.3% in September, and compared to a year ago, they were down 8%. (5) A tight inventory continues to plague buyers, along with rising prices.According to the latest report from the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index, national home prices are up 19.8% from a year ago. (6) For those who can buy, they are making those decisions quickly. The National Association of Realtors says that 86% of homes sold in September were on the market for less than a month. (7)Mortgage RatesMortgage rates continue their slow climb skyward. Freddie Mac says the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose 5 basis points to 3.14%. The 15-year was up 4 points to 2.37%. (8)In other news making headlines…Big City Rents Are ReboundingRents are rebounding in the nation's big cities. Realtor.com says that rents in many cities are now “higher” than they were at the beginning of the pandemic. Rents had dropped as tenants fled to less-crowded areas, but they are rebounding in a big way. (10)Realtor.com's monthly rental report shows that rents in the ten largest U.S. tech cities, are now about 6.3% “higher” than they were when the pandemic first hit. The report says that the annual pace of rent growth for all U.S. rentals is about 13.6% right now. And it says there's no sign of it slowing down.Realtor.com's manager of economic research, George Ratiu, says: “With rents continuing to surge to new highs nationwide, including in big tech hubs, September data confirms the U.S. rental market has moved past the recovery phase and is fully back in business.”Property Tax Bonanza State and local governments have reaped the rewards of higher home prices. An analysis by the National Association of Home Builders shows that property tax collection is now the highest it's been since 2009. (9) That review shows that homeowners paid $703.5 billion from Q3 of last year to Q2 of this year. That's a 13% increase from the previous year. State and local governments rely heavily on property tax. The NAHB says they get about 38% of their revenue from that tax base. Tragic Lesson about Fire AlarmsA story out of Southern California is a tragic reminder to all landlords to make sure smoke detectors are working in all rentals. A fire at a short-term rental in Malibu killed a 22-year-old college student last January, and his father recently filed a lawsuit against the landlords, TripAdvisor, and a TripAdvisor subsidiary for negligence. (11)The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles by Brad Schneider. It claims his son, Grant, was not able to escape the fire because there were not enough smoke detectors in the home, and the ones that were there were not working. That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!You can also join RealWealth for free at newsforinvestors.com. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro-formas and connect with our network of resources, including experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/coming-up-third-quarter-gdp-11635423260?mod=economy-politics 2 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/coming-up-spending-income-and-pce-inflation-for-september-11635509727?mod=bnbh_mwarticle3 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-jobless-claims-set-to-hit-new-pandemic-low-of-289-000-economists-predict-11635423655?mod=economic-report4 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/new-home-sales-soared-in-september-but-is-the-housing-markets-rebound-coming-to-an-end-11635257630?mod=economic-report5 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/coming-up-pending-home-sales-116354289656 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/home-price-growth-is-slowing-down-but-that-doesnt-mean-prices-are-falling-11635254340?mod=economic-report7 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/10/22/inventory-boost-not-enough-to-satisfy-fall-house-hunters8 -http://www.freddiemac.com/pmms/9 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/10/26/property-tax-boom-helps-state-local-coffers10 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/10/28/urban-rents-soar-as-cities-recover-from-pandemic-hit11 -https://timesofsandiego.com/business/2021/10/22/father-of-mesa-college-student-sues-tripadvisor-com-landlord-after-sons-death-in-fire/
America's housing market is failing to meet the needs of most Americans. Rents have skyrocketed, homeownership is slipping out of grasp for young and other first-time homebuyers, and policymakers have struggled to meet the moment. But we're not alone. The UK is also facing a dire housing shortage, one that is leading to skyrocketing rents and home prices. Usually, the solution to this problem is pushing higher levels of government to step in where local government has failed, but today's guest, John Myers, the co-founder of London YIMBY, thinks his country should go in the opposite direction: more local. References: More Housing? YIMBY, Please (Bloomberg) Strong Suburbs: Enabling streets to control their own development (Policy Exchange) Seoul searching – does the Korean capital have the solution to the housing crisis? (CapX) How Houston Achieved Lot Size Reform (Planetizen) California is ending a rule that helped cause its housing crisis (Vox) Hosts: Jerusalem Demsas (@jerusalemdemsas), policy reporter, Vox Credits: Sofi LaLonde, producer & engineer Libby Nelson, editorial adviser Amber Hall, deputy editorial director of talk podcasts Sign up for The Weeds newsletter each Friday: vox.com/weedsletter Want to support The Weeds? Please consider making a donation to Vox: bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 23rd, 2021... the Fed's new rate hike schedule, a new wave of foreclosures, and a rent growth surprise for some single-family homes.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Economic NewsWe begin with economic news from this past week with comments from Fed Chief Jerome Powell. It looks like the timeline for interest rate hikes has been pushed up again. Last month, there was more of a debate as to whether it would happen in 2022 or 2023. Powell indicated that conditions for a rate hike would probably be reached next year. That includes the Fed's goal of maximum employment. The inflation requirement has already been met. That's when inflation remains above 2% for a sustained period of time. Powell also said that now is the time to begin tapering the Fed's bond-buying strategy. Policymakers will discuss a tapering plan next month. Jobless claims fell to a fresh pandemic low last week. There were only 290,000 initial claims for state benefits. Continuing claims also fell. They were down 290,000 to 2.48 million. (2) Millions of jobs are going unfilled, however, which is making it difficult for businesses to meet the demand for goods and services. That's also creating supply chain issues that are driving up prices, and inflation.Home buyers are going full steam ahead to lock in deals before mortgage rates rise any higher. The National Association of Realtors say that existing home sales were up 7% from August to September. That's a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 6.29 million homes. (3) Part of that increase is due to more inventory, but NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says that inventory was quickly gobbled up. On the other side of the housing supply issue, residential construction was down due to those supply chain issues, and a labor shortage. The government says that September home starts were down 1.6% compared to August, and that permits were down 7.7%. Multi-family permits were down the most. They fell 21% while single-family permits were down just 1%. (4) Despite all the headwinds that builders face, the National Association of Home Builders monthly confidence index shows an increase of four points to a reading of 80. Anything over 50 is positive. Although builders have to keep raising prices, they are encouraged that demand and home sales “remain strong.” (5)Mortgage RatesMortgage rates rose slightly this last week. Freddie Mac says the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was up four points, to 3.09%. The 15-year was up three points, to 2.33%. (6)In other news making headlines…Foreclosures on the RiseForeclosure filings jumped higher in September, after pandemic-related moratoriums were lifted. ATTOM Data Solutions released its Q3 foreclosure report which shows that foreclosure filings were up 24% compared to August, and 102% from a year ago. (7)Economists have been predicting a spike in foreclosures, but RealtyTrac's Rick Sharga says: “Despite the increased level of foreclosure activity in September, we're still far below historically normal numbers.” He says they are almost 70% lower than they were before the pandemic. And light years away from the number of foreclosures in mid-2009.Foreclosure filings were approaching 600,000 per quarter back then. Currently, there are 45,500 filings for the third quarter of this year.Single-Family Rent GrowthSingle-family rent growth quadrupled in August. CoreLogic says the year-over-year rate of growth was 9.3%, and represents the fastest annual rent growth in 16 years. (8)The single-family category includes both detached and attached units, such as duplexes, triplexes, quadplexes, townhomes, row homes, co-ops, and condos. Rent growth spiked the most for detached homes. Annualized rent growth for attached units was 6.4% while the rent for detached homes rose 11.7%.The city with the highest rent growth was Miami. Rents in Miami were up 21.5%. That pushed Phoenix into second place for the first time in almost three years. Rounding out the top five are Las Vegas, Austin, and Dallas. New Forecast for Top Markets in 2022New forecasts are coming out about next year's hot real estate markets. PwC just released its 2022 Emerging Trends in Real Estate report. The report includes a top-10 list of highly ranked real estate markets for 2022. Several of them are also on our list of recommendations for single-family rentals. Those markets include Tampa/St. Petersburg, Charlotte, Dallas/Fort Worth and Atlanta.PwC is also recommending those cities, and others, for the construction of new homes. If you have been following RealWealth, you know that we have expanded our focus on existing single-family rentals to also include the construction of new rental homes. Our recommended markets include Charlotte, North Carolina; Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Park City, Utah, and several Florida markets.You can find out more by joining RealWealth for free at newsforinvestors.com. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro formas and connect with our network of resources, including experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/feds-powell-says-elevated-inflation-could-last-well-into-next-year-11634917919?mod=economy-politics2 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/jobless-claims-fall-to-pandemic-low-of-290-000-as-businesses-try-to-avoid-layoffs-due-to-labor-shortage-11634819765?mod=u.s.-economic-calendar3 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/existing-home-sales-rise-as-some-buyers-are-motived-by-fomo-11634826649?mod=economic-report4 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/construction-on-new-homes-slows-as-supply-chain-woes-hit-the-housing-market-11634647997?mod=economic-report5 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/home-builders-grow-more-confident-in-spite-of-continued-supply-chain-headaches-11634565934?mod=economic-report6 -http://www.freddiemac.com/pmms/7 -https://www.attomdata.com/news/market-trends/foreclosures/attom-september-and-q3-2021-u-s-foreclosure-market-report/8 -https://www.corelogic.com/intelligence/single-family-rent-growth-approaches-double-digits/9 -https://fortune.com/2021/10/18/hot-real-estate-markets-2022-outlook-real-estate-buying-a-house/
La chroniqueuse Viviane Lalande se penche sur le fonctionnement de la technologie derrière les code-barres et codesQR; la spécialiste en économie circulaire Aurore Courtieux-Boinot explique s'il est mieux de rapporter nos canettes à l'épicerie ou de les mettre au recyclage; la psychologue Édith St-Jean-Trudel parle de ces psychopathes qui pourraient apprécier les films d'amour; et la Dre Francine Aubin répond à plusieurs questions sur les différents traitements contre le cancer.
Last week Economist at Trinity College Dublin, Ronan Lyons, rejoined us on the tortoise shack to dig into housing policy and the supply challenges. We discuss Budget 2022 and whether Ireland should be in such a rush to balance its books. We look at Ronan's claims of anti-science in the housing debate and ask where does he think we are going wrong. We also talk pensions, Universal Basic Income and the States inability to collect taxes. Tickets for the Tortoise Shack Live are on sale HERE
Dans cette nouvelle émission de Sortez!, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Corentin Civray, référent étudiant pour le BIJ 37. Ce nouveau poste créé durant la crise sanitaire afin de palier à la détresse des étudiants comporte de nombreuses missions dont Corentin nous a fait part. Sa venue a aussi été l’occasion d’évoquer la […] L'article Sortez! – Référents étudiants BIJ 37 est apparu en premier sur Radio Campus Tours - 99.5 FM.
Sylvie Crasquin est paléontologue, spécialiste des microfossiles, et aussi des extinctions de masse. Avant d'évoquer les grandes extinctions de masse, de les décrire, nous avons d'abord souhaité vous donner une idée des temps géologiques, une idée des différents âges de la Terre, des conventions certes scientifiques qui ont leur logique et leur pertinence. Dans cet épisode, nous allons parler des 4 éons, l'Hadéen, l'Archéen, le Protérozoïque, et enfin le Phanérozoïque. En clair, nous allons parcourir l'album photo de notre planète Bleue. L'Hadéen, du nom grec de l'enfer, c'est la terre de sa naissance, il y a -4.6 milliards d'années, quand ce bébé planète était une boule de magma infernal, à l'apparition de la vie de 4 milliards d'années. L'éon suivant est l'Archéen, du mot grec sigbifie origine commencement, qui débute avec l'apparition de la vie vers -4 milliards d'années et qui dure jusqu'à la Grande Oxygénation, il y 2.5 milliards d'années. La terre enfant est une naïade contemplative et boutonneuse remplie de cyanobactéries, ces algues bleues qui produisent un déchet très particulier, très liant : l'oxygène, qui remplace petit à petit le CO2 initial. C'est ça la Grande Oxygénation. Ensuite, c'est le Protérozoïque, du grec avant les animaux, qui dure presque 2 milliards d'années, de cette grande oxygénation de 2,5 milliards à -541 millions d'années. La fin du protérozoïque qu'on choisit les scientifiques, c'est l'explosion de vie du Cambrien, un 2e big bang en qq sorte, une explosion de vie sous marine, dans tous les sens, sans précédent et sans équivalent depuis. Ces trois premiers éons forment le fameux Précambrien dont vous avez souvent entendu parler, voilà le précambrien c'est tout ce qui s'est passé avant -541 millions d'années, avant l'explosion la grande diversification de la vie sur terre. Ensuite commence le dernier éon, celui dans lequel nous sommes jusqu'à aujourd'hui, le Phanérozoïque, du grec animaux apparents, visibles, l'âge des fossiles visibles en clair.
How do you achieve infinite returns with rental property investing? Adam Jackson, US Marine veteran and client, shares his story and lessons from buying 14 rental properties in 5 years. Adam discovered Jason Hartman's podcast in 2015, started investing in Memphis rental properties and has built a portfolio with infinite returns on half of his portfolio. Key Takeaways: [2:02] Adam shares what are his “infinite returns” on half of his portfolio. [4:45] Adam's story from reading Seven Years to Seven Figures, listening to Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing, and closing on his 14th property. All in 5 years! [5:19] Ready, fire, aim concept works well in real estate investing [9:14] Gain control of the real estate and then let it work for you. [13:43] What were the good/bad experiences in the first five years of investing? [17:38] Adam's worst deal was still a double-digit ROI [20:16] Some people in the income property game think they're losing when they're winning because they don't know how to do the math. [24:54] Income property investing vs. Wall Street [33:39] Rents are decreasing in crowded cities like Brooklyn _______________________________________________________ The WEALTH TRANSFER is happening FAST! Protect your financial future now! Did you know that 25% to 40% of all dollars ever created were dumped into the economy last year??? This will be devastating to some and an opportunity to others, be sure you're on the right side of this massive wealth transfer. Learn from our experiences, maximize your ROI and avoid regrets. Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Asset Protection, Tax Savings & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else http://JasonHartman.com/Fund Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Guided Visualization for Investors: http://jasonhartman.com/visualization
Hosts on Deck: Al, Nick Games in play: Foxhole, Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky (and Trails of Cold Steel 2!), Icarus Beta 4, Forewarned (Phasmophobia with Mummies!) On this Episode: We are now entering the Q4 new release game deluge! Far Cry 6, Hot Wheels Unleashed, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, Metroid Dread, Alan Wake Remastered ALL RELEASED SINCE OUR LAST EPISODE! GAH! In the news, we discuss more Tommy Tellerico and Intellivision hijinks, the massive leak of Twitch's source code...and probably the hardest news I've ever had to discuss on our cast: The BadFodderFigures Podcast have announced they are hanging up the mics on their weekly show. They started around the same time we did, and are a group of freaking all-stars from several other previous casts. I've shouted them out often on the show, and for good reason. They were definitely my favorite show in my podcast listening pile, and I really looked forward to the show each week. I also had the fun chance of being one of their regular voicemail callers! That's actually how I hooked up with the amazing regular caller Fred French, who calls into their (and our) show often. We not only carve out an appropriate chunk of the show to thank them (CapnMikeM, Glovebox, Hoody Ninja and DeviousMrMatt) for the years of friendship, technical help, shout outs, and really just being some of our favorite people on the internet. In our usual funny cuts in our show opener, I had to do my part to immortalize the "Stacking Paper" episode as I told the story (probably again) to Nick. Thanks fellas, will miss hearing your show, and look forward to anything y'all do next! Don't Forget! Nick and I will both be streaming for Extra Life Game Day this year! Keep an eye out on our Twitch Feeds, Twitter, and here as we get closer to November 6th, 2021! Come hang with us! Voicemails - 610-810-1654 Facebook (tiny.ccsavepoint) Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Twitter (@theretrorents, @RetroRentsAl, @BlackEagleOps) Twitch (@RetroRentsAl, @Kibbis, @BlackEagleOps, SodaXBread)
The build-to-rent trend is creating intense competition for land. There are reports that land brokers are getting a growing number of calls from investor groups who want to build single-family rental communities. And there's a limited amount of suitable tracts of land, so competition is fierce.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Forbes just published an article on this build-to-rent “land rush.” It says that for every veteran buyer, land brokers are getting 50 calls from groups who are new to this residential construction niche.BTR “Land Rush”Because there just aren't enough existing homes on the market to meet investor demand, the build-to-rent trend is gaining traction. And that has off a stampede of sorts, for land. Forbes says that “a site that is well-suited for build-to-rent will typically get between 10 and 25 offers.”This is also a new situation for land brokers. They have traditionally sold to developers who build homes to sell to the public. But now they are catering to investors who want land for single-family rentals.One land broker told Forbes that between 5% and 10% of his land sales today are for new single-family rental communities. And he says that percentage is growing month after month. In fact, he says he expects those numbers to “double or triple in the next couple of years.”And it isn't just the big institutional groups pouring money into this market. The majority of them are smaller lesser-known groups, although the deep pocket investor groups do snag headlines.The Forbes article was written by housing economist, Brad Hunter, who helps investors and builders with site-specific market data and analysis. He says the BTR groups also have different preferences for the kinds of communities they want to build. They range from low-density communities with just 4 to 5 rental homes per acre to high-density strategies with 11 to 12 homes per acre. But he says, a density that's in the middle of that range is most popular.BTR Investors vs. HomebuildersThis BTR “land rush” is creating a lot of competition with traditional homebuilders, because of skyrocketing rental returns. Rents are rising in large and small markets across the country, and that's providing a strong motive for BTR investors.Because they are well-funded, Hunter says that BTR investors are often able to outbid homebuilders. And, they are gaining more traction in markets where rents are rising the fastest. He says demand for BFR land is rising the fastest in bigger metros like Augusta, Savannah, San Antonio, and St. Paul. He also says there's also growing demand in smaller cities St. Cloud, Pensacola, and Port Charlotte in Florida.In addition to a limit on land, local ordinances are holding some investors back because there's just more demand than local zoning laws will allow. Some of that is due to a general bias against rentals and local officials who are worried about how voters will react. Because of a perception that renters won't make good neighbors, the NIMBY syndrome is strong in many areas. Hunter says that perception is changing however, because a lot of today's renters are highly paid professionals who don't want to be homeowners and prefer to rent.Despite those headwinds, demand is there for single-family rental homes. According to Hunter and his company, Hunter Housing Economics, there are five things driving this demand.Top Five Reasons for BTR Demand1 - Household formation rates are pushing past 1.6 million per year2 - Millennials want to raise their kids in the suburbs with good schools3 - High rate of dog ownership and desire for yard space4 - Remote work has created a demand for home office space5 - Home prices are too high for young families to buy their own homesHunter says: “The potential for growth is enormous.” His company sees production ramping up over the next five years, with an increase in BTR starts each year. By 2025, Hunter's company is predicting 180,000 starts, with demand still outpacing production. You'll find links to the Forbes article in the show notes at newsforinvestors.com. You can also learn more about single-family rentals at our website by joining RealWealth for free. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro-formas and connect with our network of resources. That includes experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Link:1 -https://www.forbes.com/sites/bradhunter/2021/09/09/the-built-for-rent-land-rush-is-intensifying-here-are-five-drivers/?sh=16cc3ae5560c2 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/09/13/the-race-is-on-for-built-for-rent-land
Georges Ugeux, PDG de Galileo Global Advisors, professeur de finance internationale à la Faculté de droit de l'Université de Columbia et ancien vice-président international de la Bourse de New York, est l'invité de Frédéric Rivière, ce mercredi 6 octobre 2021.
October's jobs report and profit reports will tell us plenty about the momentum in the market. And a rise in mortgage rates from their pandemic lows could be a boost for landlords. We want to hear from you! We're looking to learn more about listeners of Economic Take to improve and evolve the podcast. It's just six short questions: jpmorgan.surveymonkey.com/r/economictake
In today's episode of #RitterOnRealEstate, we have a conversation with Morris Groberman. Morris Groberman has been in the commercial real estate business for over 30 years and is a principal in Northwest Commercial Real Estate Investments, LLC. Morris has successfully completed more than 50 syndications since 1997, raising over $150 million in equity to acquire properties.Morris was a Senior Vice President with Colliers International, a leading brokerage firm. He was a top local broker in the company for many years and was nationally ranked in the top 25 for Colliers International several times. Morris has served as a broker for many significant apartment buildings and seeks to acquire exceptional properties for his investors.Key Points Discussed In This Episode: -How Morris Groberman Got Started In Real Estate-The importance of equity.-Buying his first 8 unit apartment building. -Why Morris chose Real Estate as his primary business.-How to buy off-market deals.-Relationships and why they are everything.-Investing in your backyard.-Rents/job growth being very important factors in deals.-Understanding appreciation and cap rates.-How to keep your investors happy and in the loop.-What to ask your deal sponsor.Books mentioned:Winning Through Intimidation by Robert Ringer
Hosts on Deck: Al, Nick What's up y'all! On this episode, Nick gives us an update on his progress in Hades. We also deep dive into the newly released Diablo 2: Resurrected remaster and what makes it the kind of remaster any game should aspire to. We also talk about the reveals at the latest Nintendo Direct, and what we're looking forward to seeing there. Come hang out, leave us a voicemail, have fun, play games, and don't be di*ks! Release Highlights Castlevania Advance Collection D2: Resurrected - a masterpiece in remasters News Nintendo Direct Kirby and the Forgotten Land Nintendo Switch Online expansion pass - adding N64 games. I'd happily pay a couple bucks more for that Mario movie - kinda wish they'd use more VAs Bayonetta 3 Splatoon 3 Monster Hunter Rise expansion Animal Crossing and Smash bros getting their own directs Where you can reach us Facebook (tiny.ccsavepoint) Email (email@example.com) Twitter (@theretrorents, @RetroRentsAl, @BlackEagleOps) - fuck twitter :) Twitch (@RetroRentsAl, @Kibbis, @BlackEagleOps, SodaXBread) Voicemails: 610-810-1654
The latest findings from the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service indicate that the average value of farm real estate in Nebraska increased by 11% over the prior year, to an average of $3100 per acre. For more on what the NASS report tells us about land values and cash rental rate trends in Nebraska, Jim Jansen, an agricultural economist and extension educator at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, joins the podcast. Read more: https://cap.unl.edu/land/usda-reports-rising-land-values-and-county-level-cash-rent-estimates-nebraska-2021.
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending September 18th, 2021… inflation eases up overall, but rents and building materials soar, while mortgage rates hold steady.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Economic NewsWe begin with economic news from the past week. Concerns about inflation have eased up a bit. Prices rose at their slowest pace in August since about seven months ago. The consumer price index was up .3% which brought the annual rate down a tenth of a percent to 5.3%. The core rate, which strips out prices for food and gas, was only up .1% to an annual rate of 4%. That's down from 4.3% in June. MarketWatch economists say that could be a sign that the recent price surge is peaking. (1)There's been a lot of debate about the risk of higher inflation and whether it will remain above the 2% mark. The Federal Reserve isn't worried. It expects prices to come back down toward that 2% level sometime next year.Jobless claims rose last week because of Hurricane Ida, but they are still near a pandemic low. The U.S. Department of Labor says initial jobless claims for state benefits were up about 20,000 to 320,000. The pandemic low point is 318,000. Continuing claims also fell to a seasonally adjusted 2.67 million. That “is” a pandemic low. (2)Consumers were spending money in August which is a sign of strength for the U.S. economy. The Census Bureau reports that retail sales were up .7%, although MarketWatch says that higher prices could account for at least part of that increase. (3) The numbers are not as strong as they were in the spring, but consumers are buying different things right now. In the spring, they were stocking up on goods. Now they are spending more on things like restaurants and travel. Retail sales numbers are 15% higher than August of last year.Consumers are expressing a slightly higher level of confidence in the U.S. economy than they did over the summer. The University of Michigan's consumer sentiment survey shows a reading of 71 for September. (4) In August, it was 70.3. MarketWatch says that people are still worried about their financial situations, including higher prices. They are also feeling pessimistic about the purchase of homes, vehicles, and large appliances, which are all in short supply.Mortgage RatesMortgage rates haven't moved much for two months. According to Freddie Mac, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage went down just 2 basis points to 2.86% this last week. The 15-year dropped a little more. It was down 7 basis points to 2.12%. (5) Freddie Mac says the holding pattern is the result of a slowdown in the economic recovery. But it says other factors are in play, such as increased migration, the remote work trend, the use of automation, and a focus on a more energy efficient economy, which, it says, will probably lead to increased economic growth.In other news making headlines…Rents Soaring in Cities Across the CountryIt isn't just home prices that are shooting skyward. Rents are increasing even faster than home prices. A new Redfin report says that August rents hit a national year-over-year growth rate of 11.5%.That's the first double-digit rate of rent growth ever and represents a median rent of $1,633, or about $169 more per month for renters. (6) If you look at apartments of different sizes, the median is $1,338 for a studio, $1,524 for a 1-bedroom, and $1,828 for a 2-bedroom.Cities seeing the most rent growth are Tampa, Florida; Riverside, California; Miami, Florida, and Phoenix, Arizona. Rents in all four of those metros were more than 25% higher on a year-over-year basis.Lumber Costs Lower, But Other Costs RiseBuilders are getting a break on lumber prices, but the cost for other materials is climbing. According to government data, home building materials have risen 19% in the past year. At one point last spring, lumber prices had topped $1,500 for a thousand board feet, but they have come back down and are now closer to $400. But there's a long list of materials that have gotten a lot more expensive. (7)The National Association of Home Builders says that steel mill products have gone up the most, followed by building paper and building board mill products, asphalt, plastic water pipe, fertilizer materials, laminated veneer lumber, and other materials used frequently by the building industry. Prices for steel mill products are up 81% year-over-year.Those price increases are pushing new home prices higher. In July, the median sales price of a home was $390,500. That's an 18.4% increase from July of last year.That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!You can also join RealWealth for free at newsforinvestors.com. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro formas and connect with our network of resources, including experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/surge-in-u-s-consumer-prices-slows-in-august-cpi-shows-11631623600?mod=newsviewer_click_realtime&mod=article_inline2 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-jobless-claims-rise-in-latest-week-11631795929?mod=mw_latestnews3 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/retail-sales-surge-in-august-despite-spread-of-delta-signal-economy-is-still-strong-11631796054?mod=economic-report4 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-consumer-sentiment-mired-at-near-decade-lows-university-of-michigan-survey-finds-11631888208?mod=economy-politics5 -http://www.freddiemac.com/pmms/6 -https://www.realtor.com/news/trends/rental-prices-soar-as-pandemic-drags-on/7 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/09/10/building-material-costs-continue-to-surge
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Why Government Housing Policy is Inflating House Prices and Rents, with Mel Renolds This Reboot Republic talks to Architect and housing analyst, Mel Reynolds, about the current state of the Irish housing market, what will happen with prices and rents, why economists get it wrong with arguments around increased supply leading to reduced house prices. Mel analyses the Housing for All plan, the role of land speculators and investor funds in the Irish housing system, and why Government social housing policy is inflating the market. And the solution: tackle vacancy and dereliction. Please join us at patreon.com/tortoiseshack
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On this episode of Florida's Fourth Estate, are Florida families priced out of the market? Rents are rising exponentially. Could something called a land trust save us? Find out on this week's Florida's Fourth Estate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is there a pending real estate market crash? In this episode we take a look at the real estate market. Prices are going up and keep climbing. Rents are going up and keep climbing? Lumber, paint, plumbing etc all cost more as well. Replacement costs are going up dramatically. Monetary policy and supply chain issues appear like they will never end. What's the Covid effect? How high will prices go? Savings rates are going up as well? M2 money supply https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/M2 We are currently offering a free cost segregation benefit analysis. For more info see the episode we did on cost segregations https://youtu.be/nOnYBIAYOC0 Ready to get started with your free cost segregation benefit analysis For more information about us check out our website http://www.oldfashionedrealestate.com We also have amazing gear available in our online store on that site. For more information about Jeff check out http://www.jeffreyholst.com *** FTC LEGAL DISCLAIMER *** Some links found in the description box of our videos may be affiliate links, meaning we will make commission on the sales you make through these links. This is at no extra cost to you to use my links and or codes, it's just one more way to support us and our channel.
Today on Sayin it Plain We are talking about Why the "Rent is too Dang High" in America and we are joined by Special Guest NY Times Best Selling Author Tiffany D. Jackson.You can Join the Show Live Thursday @ 2pm ET on Real 1100AM Atlantawww.sayinitplain.comInstagram & Facebook @sayinitplainradioTwitter @sayinitplain
Today's episode is going to be really short and sweet because I am going to go right ahead and share with you the not so secret secret on investing in commercial real estate. Make sure to tune in and find out what it is! [00:01 - 09:41] The Secret to Researching Market Rents for Retail & Industrial Properties I share the topic for this episode I share a story about a friend of mine My friend has been in the industry for 25 - 30 years Provided a great investment opportunity Barriers to entry when transitions from single family to commercial are significantly higher Difficulty in finding information on rental rates While multifamily has a bit of good information Information is hard to find People with the information won't disclose How to secure rental rate information Talk to them and ask the right questions The importance of knowing the predictability of the stream of revenue when investin gin property If you are interested in my coaching and consulting program, please reach out to me through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or see below for my website link Final words Tweetable Quotes: “To sum it up, the secret or not, so secret secret on investing in commercial real estate like, and I'll use commercial outside of multifamily, is the fact that the information on rental rates is imperfect.” - Shane Melanson LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone invest in commercial real estate with confidence by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes. Follow The Investing Podcast on all Streaming platforms. Deezer, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or visit our YouTube Channel. If you enjoyed this podcast and would like to go even deeper into the world of commercial real estate, head over to my website for more information on my services, new book, and my blog. Follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Or email me at email@example.com
Through August of 2021, rental rates have risen 10.3% Nationally. Al Gordon addresses how the housing industry is responding to market forces and the 2 main moves real estate investors should consider making right now. Click to Listen Now
Through August of 2021, rental rates have risen 10.3% Nationally. Al Gordon addresses how the housing industry is responding to market forces and the 2 main moves real estate investors should consider making right now. Click to Listen Now
Welcome to Strategy Saturday; I'm Charles Carillo and today we're going to be discussing How Do You Raise Rents? What do you want to hear/see more of and less of? What question do you always wish I would ask but I never do? Connect with the Global Investors Show, Charles Carillo, and Harborside Partners: ◾ Setup a FREE 30 Minute Strategy Call with Charles: schedulecharles.com/ ◾ Global Investors Web Page: charleskcarillo.com/global-investors-podcast/ .◾ Join Our Email Newsletter: http://bit.ly/32pehL0 ◾ Foreign Investing in US Real Estate Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/ForeignInvestingInUSRealEstate/
On today's show we're talking about a question that is on a lot of investor's minds. We keep hearing from the Federal Reserve and government officials in the Treasury department that inflation this year, while elevated, is expected to be transitory. That is to say, it's temporary. We have seen rents increase, sale prices increase sharply in response to low supply of housing. When it comes to certain commodity prices, we've seen prices rise and later fall based on short term supply and demand dynamics in the market place. Rents have a general tendency to stick. They tend to rachet upwards. Even older buildings tend to increase rent, but more slowly. Unless a building is truly an inferior quality living space, you can expect to see rent increases approaching the market average. The rising cost of land and the rising cost of construction are the major factors that drive higher asking rent for new buildings. ---------------- Host: Victor Menasce email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rents are skyrocketing, up 11.4% just since the start of this year per Apartment List. Increases like this could mean a 25% increase in your cash flow. Rod Khleif has made big failures. I mean that in the best way. Ultimately, he was willing to fail often in order to become the giant success that he is today. He lost $50M in the 2008 crash, even though his properties were at 30% LTV (70% equity). Rod is a multifamily apartment building investor and syndicator. He motivates many with his successful seminars. We discuss “The Law Of The First Deal”. Who you spend time with is who you become. He's an active RE buyer now, with 296 units under contract in San Antonio. However, he sees an economic contraction coming. To hedge against a potential RE market downturn, Rod likes to avoid C-Class property. He likes investing in “A” and “B” areas in southern states. Resources mentioned: Show Notes: www.GetRichEducation.com/361 Rod Khlief's website: RealEstateWithRod.com Rod's podcast: Lifetime CashFlow Through Real Estate Get mortgage loans for investment property: RidgeLendingGroup.com JWB's available Florida income property: www.CashFlowAndGrowth.com eQRPs: text “EQRP” in ALL CAPS to 72000 or: eQRP.co By texting “EQRP” to 72000 and opting in, you will receive periodic marketing messages from eQRP Co. Message & data rates may apply. Reply “STOP” to cancel. New Const. Florida SFHs & multifamilies: www.B2Rdirect.com Best Financial Education: GetRichEducation.com Get our free, wealth-building “Don't Quit Your Daydream Letter”: www.GetRichEducation.com/Letter Top Properties & Providers: GREturnkey.com Follow us on Instagram: @getricheducation Keith's personal Instagram: @keithweinhold
On this episode of the Investing for Freedom podcast, Mike talks about the eviction moratorium being overturned, and how rents will increase over the next couple of years. Mike explains why it's a good thing the moratorium has been lifted, as well as why locking in a 30 year mortgage could be one of the most valuable things you can get.