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269: How Wealthy People Think

Money matters. It buys you freedom, options, and even the best medical care. You have the same 168 hours per week as Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates. Getting an MBA or Ph. D. is a slow way to wealth. How many of your 8 great grandparents can you name? See. Making an impact is rare. You can either live below your means or expand your means. By the time you’re age 30, you should know how to produce income without trading your time for it. Employees are motivated by fear. Wealthy people are...


268: How To Double Your Real Estate Return (BRRRR)

Rent amounts are more stable than real estate prices. The rent amount you can charge is based on incomes in an area. In real estate: rents behave rigidly; prices are more elastic. Employment sectors dictate what type of worker buys and what type rents. Mortgage loan qualification is difficult; I’m qualifying myself. This is inconvenient, but it means borrowers are solvent. This creates a barrier to entry and stabilizes prices. Tips: Be organized.Buy multiple properties from the same...


267: A Billion Gajillion Fafillion Dollars with Richard Duncan

Today, money is being printed on a massive scale. Interest rates have plunged. This is a Fed “U-turn” from last year when money was being destroyed and rates were rising. What’s going on? Richard Duncan of MacroWatch tells us. We discuss how far the U.S. can “kick the can” down the road with their $23 trillion in debt. Richard tells us about the future direction of interest rates and inflation. Learn how deep the U.S. can go into debt. Get 50% off Richard’s MacroWatch video...


266: Fourplex Financial Freedom with FIG’s Steve Olson

A four-unit building is how I began in real estate. Fourplexes can provide you with great financing terms and economies of scale. Steve Olson of the Fourplex Investment Group (FIG) joins us. Website: FIG builds new construction townhouse-style fourplexes for investors. They operate in four high-growth U.S. states: Utah, Idaho, Texas - and Steve reveals their new market in this episode. FIG properties often have excellent resident amenities. “Investor-savvy” HOAs help protect...


265: Planning For A Recession & More Listener Questions

Get a market update. Next, I answer your listener questions: 1: How do I start if I know nothing about real estate? 2: What’s better: existing or new construction property? 3: How do I identify an “up-and-coming” neighborhood? 4: How do I raise the rent without losing the tenant? 5: What if there’s a recession? I bring you today’s show from Anchorage, AK. Next week, we discuss four-plexes. The following week, declining interest rates and more Fed money-printing. 1) My FREE E-book and...


264: Keith Weinhold & Grant Cardone “10X” Your Wealth

Grant Cardone is our guest today. He’s the world’s #1 sales trainer, 10X Movement Leader, and prominent real estate investor with $1.4B AUM. We discuss wealth mindset, and the importance of “getting known”. We tell you why you must embrace good debt in order to build wealth. You start by asking yourself better questions. What is “10X”? I liken how your tenant pays you their income from the first 10 days of every month. Get Grant’s take on why a house is not an asset. I ask Grant about...


263: Will 30-Year Mortgages Disappear? With Caeli Ridge

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac privatization could mean that the 30-year fixed amortizing loan - America’s favorite - disappears. Ridge Lending Group President Caeli Ridge & I discuss this and more. I describe the difference between primary and secondary mortgage markets. Mortgage interest rates have dropped more than 1% year-over-year. Learn what it takes for you to qualify for an income property loan today: down payment, credit score, reserves, and debt-to-income ratio. You can put 15%,...


262: Volatility & Fees Kill Returns, Alabama Among Top RE States In U.S.

Alabama might be the top real estate investment state in the U.S. Why? Low cost properties, low tax, landlord-friendly, growth, warm weather, and advantageous rent-to-value ratios. For cash flowing property, start at: and Birmingham is Alabama’s largest urban area, Huntsville is 2nd. SFH prices: $85K - $125K. Fees and volatility degrade your stock and mutual fund returns more than most think. Want more wealth? 1) My...


261: Five Years Ago: Episode One

The first episode of one of America’s most influential investing shows began October 10th, 2014. Here it is - uncut with gaffes, breathing and bumping the microphone. Host Keith Weinhold gives present-day commentary on this show that launched five years ago from his home’s dining room table. Want more wealth? 1) My FREE E-book and Newsletter at: 2) Your actionable turnkey real estate investing opportunity: 3) Read my best-selling paperback:...


260: The Debt Decamillionaire

$10 million in debt could BENEFIT you. I describe how. There are more “free-and-clear” homes today than in 2006. I tell you why. A major platform published that 30-year mortgages are better than 15-year. It appears terribly oversimplified. Home equity always has zero ROI. The debt decamillionaire can have a $300K annual tailwind from inflation-profiting alone. How to get informed, not affirmed. Then, Daren Blomquist joins us to discuss U.S. housing trends. The homeownership rate has...


259: Turnkey vs. Syndication, CBD Investing with John Larson

Turnkey real estate vs. syndication compared. Cannabis production is like today’s gold rush in agricultural real estate and retail. CBD is medical cannabis. THC is recreational, mind-altering cannabis. CBD is discussed today. CBD sales growth is projected at 107% every year through 2023. Get a predictable 15% Cash-On-Cash Return by making a loan on equipment that turns raw hemp into CBD oil. Learn more here. You must be an accredited investor, 12-month loan...


258: Single-Family Rental Property Today

Single-family rentals have 16 advantages over apartments: Tenant quality, appreciation, neighborhood, school district, retention, no common areas, utilities, divisibility, fire, disturbances, financing terms, vacancy rate, management, supply & demand, risk, exit strategy. There's nothing wrong with apartment investing. They have their own advantages. Noel Christopher, Senior VP of Portfolio Services at Renters Warehouse, joins Keith to discuss today’s single-family rental (SFR)...


257: Spend Your Money … Lots Of It

Five benefits of spending your money are discussed. (What? Is this irresponsible?) Keith Weinhold tackles the rarely-discussed benefits of money-spending: You beat inflation.You don’t “lose” money; you spent it how you desired.Ensure a better quality of life.You help the economy exactly where you want to.Spending is more fun than saving. Many are afraid to discuss the topic of spending. Also discussed - what goes into home price appreciation, how inflation persists despite decades of...


256: The Real Estate Numbers That Matter with Frank Gallinelli

Real estate math is simple: add, subtract, multiply, divide. There’s no complex math like trigonometry, algebra or exponents. Frank Gallinelli, Ivy League Professor of Real Estate Development at Columbia University in New York City, joins me to talk real estate numbers. Net Operating Income (NOI) estimates current market value of a property. NOI is rent minus VIMTUM. It does not include Principal and Interest. Your Debt Coverage Ratio (DCR) had better be greater than 1. You typically...


255: State Of The Real Estate Market with Daren Blomquist

Keith Weinhold says the word of this real estate era may be: “supply”. Why? The U.S. just hit its lowest rental vacancy rate in 35 years: 6.8%. Also, the U.S. just hit its lowest homeowner vacancy rate in 40 years: 1.3%. Mortgage interest rates just fell to near three-year lows. U.S. existing median SFHs now a record $279,600. Year-over-year appreciation is 4.3%. Regulation and environmentalism increase real estate prices. Join our Tampa Real Estate Field Trip at ...


254: Grow Rich In Your Sleep

If I pay you $114 an hour to mow my lawn, could you get wealthy that way? No. You’d have to work all 8,760 hours in a year just to make your first million. Invest. The definition of investing is: “To expend money with the expectation of achieving a profit.” Then, are stocks, bonds, gold, your home, vacations, or income properties … investments? I discuss. Damion Lupo, expert eQRP Administrator, joins us. Learn more by texting “QRP” in ALL CAPS to 72000. You can have five simultaneous...


253: Jim Rickards | Aftermath

Jim Rickards is our guest today. Debt is growing faster than the economy. In an eventual financial crisis, we discuss how a real estate investor will fare. A prolific author, Aftermath is Jim Rickards’ new book. Debt, inflation, and interest rates are macroeconomic forces that affect you daily. The U.S. has $23 trillion in debt. Why can’t we just keep kicking the “debt can” down the road? Alexander Hamilton effectively created the debt 230 years ago. When the debt-to-GDP ratio...


252: The Power Of Now

Imagine that you’re paid $8.5 million - your entire life’s earnings - all on the last day of your life. But you received nothing until then. That income really wouldn’t serve you well anymore. It’s an extreme example about “The Power Of Now”. Delayed gratification should not be a long-term condition. You get one life. I also discuss housing affordability: which is your income, housing prices, and mortgage interest rates. Historically, affordable homes have a price-to-income ratio of...


251: Floating Ocean Cities - Seasteading with Joe Quirk

Floating ocean nations can provide solutions to rising sea levels, overpopulation, and poor governance. It’s known as “seasteading”. Joe Quirk of The Seasteading Institute describes their plans and structure. The institute was co-founded by well-known venture capitalist Peter Theil. This differs from living on a boat or oil platform, or cruise ship life. 200 miles offshore is the exclusive economic zone. Hurricanes, tsunamis. A new environment for enterprise and innovation. Seeking...


250: How To Raise Rents And Retain Your Tenants, Dayton

Tenant retention begins before move-in: Use a move-in checklist with the tenant.Move-in gift and packet.Communication. Ongoing tenant retention during occupancy: Inspections every six months.Be attentive with service calls. How to achieve a rent increase: 45 days’ notice.Use phone.Substantive reason: increase in property tax or maintenance costs. Remind tenant of moving costs.Offer an upgrade - carpet cleaning, ceiling fan, etc.2 - 5% annual increase typical. We discuss why not every...