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#268 Selling Property vs Hiring PM

7/18/2019
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If you self-manage your rental and you’re thinking of selling it you have other options. You could hire a property manager as well. We break down all the data on a real-life example...

Duration:00:16:07

#267 I’m Selling the Farm!

7/11/2019
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Your mental mood can fluctuate quickly. That’s the topic of discussion on today’s episode plus a new change happening in PA for criminal records and how to pre-screen using Google Forms.

Duration:00:21:00

#266 Behavioral Econ and Landlords

7/4/2019
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We think we’re in control of our decision making but there are emotional systems under the surface running the show. Behavioral Economics is the study of why we make irrational decisions.

Duration:00:17:30

#265 Immigration Policy Could Evict 108k Tenants

6/27/2019
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In the news this week we discuss LA tinkering with a vacancy tax for landlords, immigration reform pushing to evict 108,000 immigrants, how A.I. is changing REI, and fun facts about landlords.

Duration:00:14:08

#264 Landlord Trigger Words

6/20/2019
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I’ve had a lot on my plate as of late and continual speed bumps during a renovation at my rental property have amplified this. I find myself spitting out my trigger word a lot lately.

Duration:00:13:34

#263 Minneapolis Landlords Push Back

6/13/2019
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The ordinance would also disallow property owners from denying an application because of an insufficient credit history, credit scores lower than 500 and eviction judgments more than three years old.

Duration:00:12:54

#262 The Rise of Van Dwellers

6/6/2019
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The average rent in Mountain View, CA (home of Google) is $4,150. This is leading to many people (including employees) to live in vans parked in the pristine streets and some people are not happy about it.

Duration:00:10:07

#261 Massive Mortgage Ponzi Scheme

5/30/2019
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Robert Morgan is one of the largest landlords in the United States and it turns out he’s been running a ponzi scheme to scam private and commercial lenders. More details abound in today’s episode.

Duration:00:10:44

#260 Working on the Business

5/23/2019
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This is something I struggle with at times but I’m getting better at. I talk about the old adage of working on your business instead of in it and how to apply this thinking to being a landlord or property manager.

Duration:00:22:42

#259 Smart Rental Issues

5/16/2019
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The first settlement of it’s kind addressing privacy concerns from tenants over smart locks that have data sharing apps. Something to be aware of before dropping lots of money on smart devices for a rental.

Duration:00:12:38

#258 Criminal Records are Changing

5/9/2019
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Criminal records are being expunged and moved to the back of the tenant screening process. Hear how recent news is affecting landlords nationwide.

Duration:00:12:43

#257 Best Excuses for Late Rent

5/2/2019
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We read off some funny excuses that came over from Property Management Memes on Facebook. This is worth a good chuckle or two...

Duration:00:13:00

#256 Rent a Mansion for $825

4/25/2019
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Changes to Vancouver mortgage laws coupled with aggressive vacancy taxes have mansion owners renting out their homes on the cheap.

Duration:00:13:42

#255 Injured Police Officer Suing PM and Apartment Complex

4/18/2019
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We share the details of this story and what lessons we cautionary lessons we can learn from it.

Duration:00:10:48

#254 VAWA: Why it's Important to Landlords

4/11/2019
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We talk about VAWA, rent control in Massachusets, and activists marching in Berlin for rent control

Duration:00:10:43

#253 Are poor Americans exploited by landlords?

4/4/2019
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Landlords are highly profitable in low-income housing according to this research paper. The negative aspect that this high floor is creating issues for the poorest neighborhoods.

Duration:00:23:31

#252 Facebook Rental Tool?

3/28/2019
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Facebook has recently changed their ad platform to make it difficult for landlords to discriminate in ads on the platform, Boston is proposing a new rule for landlords and you might have money sitting on the roof of your rental.

Duration:00:15:08

#RPP 251 The One Thing with Jay Papasan

3/21/2019
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Jay Papasan is the best selling co-author of “The One Thing” and he shares his thoughts on why multitasking is a myth, why willpower is limited, and how to structure your goals.

Duration:00:36:48

#250 What happened to the Chrysler Building?

3/14/2019
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The Chrysler Building is set to sell for $150 million despite being purchased in 2008 for $800 million. The real estate bubble is a big reason for why the huge drop in value but another reason is that the ground is owned by a private school called the Cooper Union school in NYC.

Duration:00:13:27

#249 Pitfalls of Portfolio Growth with Jason Hull of Door Grow

3/7/2019
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Jason Hull is the founder of DoorGrow a Property Management consultancy. He shares his insights on the struggles that PMs and landlords face with growing portfolios.

Duration:00:31:09