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Over 1,200 content rich episodes, business and investing guru,with guests including Jim Cramer, Dave Ramsey, Harry Dent, & Suze Orman.

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Over 1,200 content rich episodes, business and investing guru,with guests including Jim Cramer, Dave Ramsey, Harry Dent, & Suze Orman.

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Best real estate education

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There's no better wealth of real estate information anywhere! I love this show!!!

Always excellent

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Thanks for providing so much information to help real estate investors succeed.

iTunes Ratings

46 Ratings
Average Ratings
40
3
2
0
1

Best real estate education

By FinancialMinion - Dec 26 2016
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There's no better wealth of real estate information anywhere! I love this show!!!

Always excellent

By Grobertoa - Nov 17 2016
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Thanks for providing so much information to help real estate investors succeed.
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Rank #1: 1220: Dr. Warren Farrell, Myth of Male Power, The Boy Crisis & Why Men Earn More

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Jason Hartman talks with Dr. Warren Farrell, author of books such as Why Men Earn More, The Myth of Male Power and his newest book The Boy Crisis, about the various waves of feminism and what each has done to male/female relationships. Warren explains why he was originally part of the National Organization of Women (NOW) and why he eventually left, as well as the importance of male figures in children's lives.

Key Takeaways:

[2:29] Dr Farrell left the National Organization of Women when the members demanded that children of divorce be kept with their mother, not the father

[5:14] Want to know how messed up the world is? Check out dating sites

[7:34] Examining the 3 waves of feminism, have they been a good deal for women?

[10:55] There's a movement among men who have started thinking that the current family dynamic isn't a good deal because they lose everything if the marriage fails

[13:32] When researching for The Boy Crisis, Warren found 70 ways that boys were being harmed when they didn't have a mother and father influence in their lives

[16:46] At every stage of the prison sentence, the discrimination against men is drastic

[18:14] The pay gap isn't between men and women, it's between dads and moms

[24:40] Women who have never been married and never had children earn 17% more than men do

[29:55] A vast majority of men in prison are fatherless

[34:12] The male/female sexual tango is completely out of rhythm at the moment

Website:

www.WarrenFarrell.com

Jun 21 2019

43mins

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Rank #2: 1189: Artificially Low Interest Rates, the Next Recession & Investment Income

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Jason Hartman wraps up his talk with Drew from yesterday, as the two leave the topic of self-management and delve into more economic lines of conversation. Jason brings up a recent Peter Schiff tweet and the two dissect whether it holds water in today's environment, as well as discussing how articially low interest rates are impacting the investing landscape we see today. They also discuss a different way to look at the rents you're collecting from your tenants in a way that makes it even more powerful than it looks at first glance.

Key Takeaways:

[3:01] If falling consumer prices have been good for the last 100 years, why does the Fed think they're bad now?

[6:25] The artificially low interest rates are encouraging bad investments

[10:24] Who's going to get hit hardest in the next recession?

[14:10] Targeted advertising is keeping us from seeing a large chunk of the world today

[19:54] It's important to hold yourself accountable the same way you hold your tenants accountable when dealing with your investment properties

[23:57] Your tenants are working 33-40% of their work life just to pay you

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

May 09 2019

30mins

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Rank #3: 1262: Series LLCs, Govt Seizures & Taxation with Rich Dad Advisor Garrett Sutton

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Today's episode begins with Jason Hartman discussing how there's a new startup that's designed to help you make money on your property in a new way. There are more and more ways to capitalize on the assets you own, but you can't do it unless you actually own the asset. If you're just reading about them and not doing anything about it you're cheating yourself.

Then Jason talks with Garrett Sutton, Rich Dad Advisor and author of Loopholes of Real Estate, about some recent Supreme Court decisions that will impact your life in a positive way. No matter what you think about the political division in the court, there are some things on which everyone can agree, and that's the case with these two cases. They also discuss the pros and cons of Series LLCs and the Economic Berlin Wall Jason's been lamenting for years.

Key Takeaways:

[3:18] A new startup is allowing people to rent their house/rooms/couch/etc for hours, not days

[8:05] You can make money by utilizing assets that were formerly dormant

[11:38] If you don't own the asset you can't take part in the money making, so get the asset!

Garrett Sutton Interview:

[15:20] The Supreme Court unanimously cracked down on excessive civil forfeiture,

[19:08] Why you should actually CARE about the civil forfeiture decision

[22:02] Another unanimous Supreme Court decision that protects trusts

[31:40] There's a new development for Series LLCs

[36:08] There's not a lot of case law for Series LLCs, which can make it a sketchy area

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Cruise www.CorporateDirect.com

Aug 20 2019

40mins

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Rank #4: 1116 FBF: American Association of Private Lenders with Larry Muck

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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 287, originally published in November 2012.

Jason Hartman is joined by Larry Muck, the Executive Director of the American Association of Private Lenders, to talk about the AAPL’s history, mission and vision.  Larry explains what private lenders are doing for people that the banks can’t do, and how the AAPL is trying to organize the efforts of private lending. AAPL was formed to help raise the standards in the industry and develop a brand that could be used by private lenders to prove credibility and trust.  Larry also discusses the needs of investors and the various tools now available to support investors and lenders.

Larry has served in many leadership and lending capacities, including serving as Executive Vice President for a regional bank with a $220 million portfolio of commercial, consumer, construction, and mortgage loans.  Additionally he served as Community President for Gold Bank in Saint Joseph, Missouri and transitioned to Regional EVP with Marshall and Ilsely Bank in Kansas City. His well rounded background includes experience in Loan Review and serving for two years as the Corporate Training Director for a $15B regional bank holding company.

Throughout his career, Larry has had a passion for community service, serving in various leadership capacities with organizations such as United Way, the Allied Arts Council, St. Joseph Preservation, Inc. and many others.  His interests lie in all outdoor sporting activities, basketball, and cooking.

Website:

www.AAPLOnline.com

Mar 06 2019

58mins

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Rank #5: 1127: 2019 Investment Outlook, Gentrification, Opportunity Zone Hype

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Jason Hartman talks with NeighborhoodScout's Founder & CEO, Andrew Schiller, about his company's predictions for the hottest appreciating markets in the US for 2019. Andrew lists the top 10 markets expected to appreciate as well as how to identify an area that's poised to make a turnaround.

Key Takeaways:

[7:33] National numbers are all well and good, but they don't really matter near as much as local numbers

[9:03] Some of the hottest forecasted appreciation markets in 2019

[12:45] How big are Census Tracts and Micro Neighborhoods?

[17:05] What factors makes a neighborhood turn around?

[21:10] Property crimes are much less an impediment to property values as violent crime

[26:43] How do you use Neighborhood Scout to figure out if a neighborhood is turning around?

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Masters www.NeighborhoodScout.com

Mar 11 2019

31mins

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Rank #6: 1237: Client Case Study: 12 Wisdom Nuggets for Finance & Life with Rabbi Moffic

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Jason Hartman talks with client Rabbi Evan Moffic about his current real estate investing. Evan owns several single family rentals and is currently purchasing a short-term rental new build in Florida. Jason and Evan discuss some real estate investing strategy and how Evan's faith comes in to play and what it's taught him.

Key Takeaways:

[3:11] Rabbi Evan is venturing into his first short-term rental

[6:21] Why Evan started investing in real estate

[10:42] The first time it's a mistake. The second time it's a decision.

[19:10] A ratio for successful relationships

[24:56] It's the context, not just the content

[29:32] Real estate has massive inertia that's incredibly difficult to stop

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Jul 16 2019

32mins

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Rank #7: 1202: Great Renter Demographics, Pre-Fab Homes, Airbnb & Inflation

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Jason Hartman and Adam take today's episode to discuss the growing trend toward a renter nation. But this trend isn't just for the young, it's for all age ranges. Renters in the 60+ demographic have seen an even bigger percentage increase than those in the 20-34 or 35-59. This is phenomenal news for landlords, as more people are competing to live in your properties.

They then look into the market for pre-fabricated homes, the impact of recent Airbnb decisions, and a brief glimpse at the 9 effects of inflation that will be discussed further in Tuesday's show.

Key Takeaways:

[3:12] The over 60 demographic has seen a 43% increase in renters in the past decade

[6:52] A survey has found that few millennials are viewing home ownership as a necessity

[9:38] How the pre-fab home market is distorted to make it appear to be a cheap alternative

[16:18] A look into one of Jason's blogcasts on wealth creation

[20:34] Airbnb is giving up the addresses of 17,000 units to New York City.

[24:42] A brief look at the 9 effects of inflation

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Jason Hartman's Real Estate Investor Update Alexa Skill

May 28 2019

32mins

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Rank #8: 1152: Fleeing High Tax States & Client Case Study: Ira Boyd, 13 Properties

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Jason Hartman and Adam start today's episode discussing how people who are fleeing high tax areas are getting audited by their original state to ensure that they have actually left. The ways they have to track you now are such that faking it will get you caught, and it's just not worth it. Make it a plan to leave and move to a no income tax state and do it!

Then Jason talks with client Ira Boyd about his journey in real estate investing. Ira started off purchasing properties on his own, with some success but not as much as he'd hoped. After he found Jason's network, however, he's gotten in much better properties and is up to 12 investment properties and his personal residence. Ira discusses how live events aided his journey, where he sees his future in real estate investing, and what areas he thinks he needs to work on.

Key Takeaways:

[6:49] States creating an economic Berlin Wall

Ira Boyd Client Case Study:

[16:28] It's almost better not to see the property, because then you're buying based on intellect and not emotion

[19:46] Meet the Masters gave Ira the traction he needed to start investing through Jason's network

[22:57] Ira can't stress enough how much you need to go to an event and how helpful it will be

[27:24] Ira's plan for his portfolio

[31:20] Ira's policy on rent increases needs work

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Book Your Time to Do a Client Case Study!

Mar 24 2019

39mins

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Rank #9: 1258: BRRR Method, Manufactured Homes, Self-Management & Future Expectations

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Jason Hartman talks with 2 investment counselors in today's episode. First he talks with Adam to discuss the popular BRRR investment model (Buy, Renovate, Rent, Refinance) and why manufactured homes have a bad reputation and why that needs to change.

Then Jason talks with investment counselor Doug about the importance of future expectations when looking at any market, including the real estate market. Just like in the stock market, future expectations drive a lot of value for real estate, especially in cyclical markets. The second half of this conversation will air tomorrow.

Key Takeaways:

[4:13] BRRR proponents don't ever tell you about their tax liabilities or their hunt for a deal

[8:05] We should look upon manufactured homes a lot better than we do right now

[10:43] The online housing kits are currently way more expensive than they pretend to be

[14:38] Doug's experience using Cozy so far

[19:26] You make money in life by adding value

[23:39] When you take the manager out of the equation you can just the property on the property alone

[26:08] The importance of future expectations

[29:53] When expectations decrease it's not just a little drop, it's a spiral

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www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Aug 14 2019

34mins

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Rank #10: 1309: Millennial Millionaires Impact, Property Comparisons & Big City Exodus

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Jason Hartman and Adam come together to discuss an article from the Drudge Report about the big cities losing workers by the hundreds, as well as a Business Insider article looking at the number of Millennial Millaires and where they're located around the country. Jason and Adam explore what these trends and stats mean to real estate values and what real estate investors can do with that information. Plus, Jason brings an unbelievable property to the show for you, what's the catch???

Key Takeaways:

[2:55] Big name cities are losing people in the 150-300 per day range

[6:39] A mass exodus to rural areas needs companies to embrace 100% remote working at a higher level

[10:19] A property comparison

[17:55] Don't just pay things because someone sends you an invoice. Make sure it's legitimate and the best price possible

[24:49] Where are the Millennial Millionaires and what's their wealth worth?

Website:

www.JasonHartmanLive.com www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Drudge Report: Biggest Cities Losing Workers

Business Insider: Top 10 States Where Millennial Millionaires Live

Oct 24 2019

32mins

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Rank #11: 1103 FBF: The Four Pillars Of ROI

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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 831, originally published in May 2017.

Jason records this episode from Europe where he is thoroughly appreciating Capitalism. He reminds us, to get rich, we must take consistent, prudent risks. Understanding proformas and having the ability to analyze real estate deals will pay off in long-term cash flow. And, using leverage allows you to do more with less. During the Four Pillars of ROI clip, we learn about the sometimes underappreciated tax benefits of income property investments and hear a new investor recommend investing with Jason’s company.

Key Takeaways:

[03:03] The hidden pillar of ROI is inflation-induced debt destruction.

[04:34] Jason doesn't understand why millennials beg for Socialism/Communism.  

[13:52] The college experience is much like the European experience.

[17:02] The way to get rich is taking prudent risks.

[24:18] Look forward to the future, appreciate the past but live in the future.

The Four Pillars of ROI Live Clip:

[28:37] How to Analyze a Real Estate Investment - free video.

[31:33] Appreciation amplified with leverage.

[34:42] Victor shares his thoughts about pulling the trigger and building his income property portfolio.

[42:17] Recognized tax benefits of income property investing.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Renter’s Warehouse - Get 3 free months of property management with this link.

Jason Hartman

Real Estate Tools

Property Tracker

Venture Alliance Mastermind

Feb 27 2019

46mins

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Rank #12: 1177: Self-Management, Pooled Assets & Time-Wealthy Investor

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Jason Hartman and Adam start today's episode answering a listener's question about whether it's better to invest in a single-family home or to look at larger, pooled assets like a 16+ door multifamily. Jason reminds everyone about Commandment #3, which is especially critical in decisions like these.

Then Jason talks with Mark Dolfini, Landlord Coach and author of The Time Wealthy-Investor, about best practices for self-managing your properties. Mark discusses the importance of treating your investments as a business and how to create a healthy distance between yourself and your tenants.

Key Takeaways:

[7:05] Single family homes tend to get better tenants, appreciate better, get better financing options and several other perks over multifamily

[10:14] The risks of investing in pooled assets. Don't violate Commandment #3!

[12:20] RV ratios for apartments will be higher because of shared walls, but don't let that be your determining factors between the 2.

Mark Dolfini Interview:

[14:53] You have to think of your real estate investments as a business

[17:34] A simple tweak to keep from giving your cell phone number to your tenants

[22:33] Whatever you're doing, it has to be scaleable

[28:07] The software Mark likes to use

Website:

www.LandlordCoach.com www.NTNOnline.com www.IVAA.org www.CCMyAdmin.com

Apr 23 2019

37mins

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Rank #13: 1162: What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow

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Jason Hartman talks today with Frank Gallinelli, founder and President of Real Data and author of the book What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow & 36 Other Key Financial Measures, about what metrics Frank finds the most important for single family home investors to pay attention to. They also discuss the "holy grail" metric that investors should be using and when you actually SHOULDN'T invest in real estate.

Key Takeaways:

[4:30] One of the costliest mistakes Jason has made in his life

Frank Gallinelli Interview:

[6:23] What are the core metrics that real estate investors should be looking at?

[11:09] You should try and forecast best case, worst case, and in-between case for your properties

[12:32] What is discounted cash flow?

[15:07] The holy grail metric is still IRR (Internal Rate of Return)

[16:56] A different way to view Return on Equity

[20:29] Is there a time where it doesn't make sense to acquire properties?

[26:14] Education is absolutely vital to being a good investor

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Cruise www.RealData.com www.VentureAllianceMastermind.com

Apr 02 2019

31mins

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Rank #14: 1140: The Laws of Human Nature, Famous Author on Power & Strategy, Robert Greene

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Jason Hartman and Adam start off today's show discussing listener Brandon's question about living above or below your means. It's important to keep things in perspective as you're deciding how to live your life because just getting more stuff doesn't necessarily make you happier.

Then Jason talks with Robert Greene, author of the new book The Laws of Human Nature as well as New York Times bestsellers like The 48 Laws of Power and The 33 Strategies of War, about how to approach people to put yourself in the best position for success as well as how to best change your life and circumstances. Robert goes over a few of his 18 laws to help you on your way.

Key Takeaways:

[4:45] Should you live above or below your means?

[10:38] Money gives you choices, and choices can make you happy

Robert Greene Interview:

[16:08] Misjudging people is extremely expensive, and it's getting even harder to do with everything becoming virtual

[18:27] Thinking about what other people need or are going through is one of the most important life skills you can develop

[21:42] When you ask someone for anything, they are naturally going to be resistant

[24:47] We are emotional creatures, largely governed by our emotions

[36:20] You can change your own life and circumstances by working on your attitude

[39:56] The biggest impediment in people's lives is the inability to affect or influence the people around them

Website:

www.PowerSeductionAndWar.com

Mar 18 2019

46mins

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Rank #15: 1098: Impact of Institutional Investors, Impending Housing Shortage

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Today's show is all about the changing real estate investing scene. Be wary of anyone who's telling you that things like completely passive income exists and that you can make money today just like you could in the past. Things are changing quickly.

Jason Hartman talks with the Real Estate Guys, Roger Helms and Russell Gray, about just that, as the 3 discuss the emergence of the institutional investor in the single-family home market and what that means moving forward. They also look into what's causing the current housing shortage, as well as the impact short-term rentals are having on the high end market and how the new tax code is impacting housing.

We wrap up the episode with a property profile with Adam of a home available in Cleveland, OH.

Key Takeaways:

[5:26] Be careful investing right now, times are changing

[7:34] The influx of institutional investors has brought some good new tools to all income property investors

Real Estate Guys Interview:

[10:01] The Real Estate Guys thoughts on institutional investors in the single family housing market

[13:32] A lot of the institutional money isn't being put into the greatest of deals

[16:00] Institutional investors take the cash flow, but are more focused on appreciation

[18:21] We have an impending housing shortage, which is causing the trend toward build-to-rent

[22:21] The tax code is written in a way to drive behavior

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Masters www.RealEstateGuysRadio.com

Feb 25 2019

31mins

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Rank #16: FBF: G. Edward Griffin, Explaining Money & Freedom, Creature from Jekyll Island

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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 664, originally published in April 2016.

We are rapidly losing our freedom, so says G. Edward Griffin. Griffin is the author of the seminal work The Creature from Jekyll Island, he is the President of the American Media/Reality Zone and the force behind the Freedom Force International Movement. He shares his wealth of information on the beginning of the Federal Reserve, the way our freedom is being depleted and the monetary scam which is our unrepayable debt.

Key Takeaways:

[2:42] The Central Banking Cartel influences the context of our lives.

[11:44] Align your interests with the most powerful forces the human race has ever known. 

G. Edward Griffin Guest Interview:

[16:26] The history of how the Federal Reserve came to be on Jekyll Island, Georgia.

[24:12] Most transactions in the 1900’s before the Fed was created, were conducted in gold bullion and silver

[31:06] The scam of lending money is ethically reprehensible.

[37:07] The Creature from Jekyll Island book is unfolding exactly as Mr. Griffin was afraid it would.

[41:58] There are only two ideologies in the Western World and they are Collectivism, which is the idea that the group is more important than the individual and Individualism.

[49:56] Freedom comes when the individual are protected against the passion and greed of the majority.

[53:09] Where do the origin of human rights come from?

Mentioned in This Episode:

Reality Zone

The Creature from Jekyll Island

Freedom Force International

Mar 18 2019

1hr 8mins

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Rank #17: 1370: Million Dollar Homes & Tribe of Millionaires by Pat Hiban

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Did you know that there are more than 200 markets across the United States where the "typical" home costs more than one million dollars? Jason Hartman explores what is going on with home prices and where some surprising locations are that have incredibly high real estate prices.

Then Jason talks with Pat Hiban, author of Tribe of Millionaires: What is One Choice Could Change Everything? and co-founder of GoBundance, about the multiple effects that are in our lives and how we can situate ourselves in a way that we can live our best life.

Key Takeaways:

[2:07] There are over 200 cities where the "typical" house is over $1 million

[7:04] Some surprising cities that made the million dollar list

Pat Hiban Interview:

[13:34] Be careful in good times like these that you're not dealing with people who are just skimming the cream off the top and won't be here for you when things turn

[25:36] The "one sheet" idea Pat uses in his masterminds

[29:02] The Connection Effect

Website:

www.TribeOfMillionaires.com www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Jan 17 2020

35mins

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Rank #18: 1371 FBF: Repairs, Property Management Software & Late Fees with Adam Schroeder

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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 1035, originally published in August 2018.

Jason Hartman starts off today's episode with a tale of his current lawsuit and the experience it's given him with the legal system. The way our current system is set up nobody wins, and there doesn't seem to be a lot of accountability going on either.

Jason also plays some Voxer messages from client Drew Baker about his recent experiences doing self management. After that, Jason finishes up his interview with podcast producer Adam Schroeder. This time the two discuss finding repair people, what to expect from property management software, whether to allow grace periods and what kind of late fees to charge.

Key Takeaways:

[1:57] Nobody wins in our current legal system

[6:04] Get the latest properties available from Jason through the PropertyCast

[7:38] Drew's experience self managing

Adam Schroeder Interview:

[13:32] You should have a clause in the lease stating which repairs the tenant is responsible for

[17:58] What to expect from property management software

[22:01] The importance of an increasing late fee

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties www.FreeCourt.com

The PropertyCast

Jan 18 2020

29mins

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Rank #19: 1174: Falling Mortage Rates, Amazon Fulfillment Centers & a Trip to China

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Jason Hartman is joined today by Kerry and Carmen as he does one of his last shows from the United States for a little while. Jason and Carmen are off to mainland China and South Korea for a few weeks and they discuss what changes Carmen has seen among all her trips.

The trio also look at what the Fed rate hikes and cuts have done to the investment real estate market, as it has created an interesting scenarios for buyers that could be very helpful. Finally, Jason has an "investigative report" from the inside of a ride-sharing trip talking with a former employee of Amazon on how we have been misled a little by the company.

Key Takeaways:

[2:57] How much of the Fed's rate hikes have been in an attempt to "reload the gun" for the future?

[6:11] What the apreciating US dollar is doing to investors around the globe

[9:16] Rates are coming down currently but prices aren't rising, which means it's a good time to be buying real estate

[12:28] Carmen's previous experiences in mainland China

[18:03] Jason and Carmen's visit to the Amazon Fulfillment Center and an interview with a former employee

[21:37] Amazon pickers are walking at least 10 miles a day to get orders together

[23:22] The pay raise that Amazon gave their warehouse employees was offset by a slash in benefits

[28:59] Jeremy Siegel's "Looming Asset Shortage" article

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties www.JasonHartman.com/Cruise

Apr 18 2019

34mins

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