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153: State Of The Real Estate Market, Housing Affordability, Hurricanes

Where are real estate prices headed? I discuss this with Kathy Fettke of The Real Wealth Network. Demand still exceeds supply in many places. But in coastal areas, affordability problems could be a constraint on future appreciation. The latest Case-Shiller 20-City Index shows 5.7% year-over-year housing price growth. Though this surely an imperfect metric, it is a historically sustainable growth rate. It is also supported with responsible lending. Kathy & I have each invested through...

Duration: 00:48:09

152: Missouri Markets: St. Louis and Kansas City RE Investing with John Larson

I recently made a real estate market field trip to St. Louis, Missouri. As one of the 20 largest U.S. metropolitan areas, its job growth and diversity of business sectors support durable rental income streams for real estate investors. Typical price points are $1,100 rents and $110,000 purchase prices for single-family income property in St. Louis. St. Louis has city inspectors - upside: this supports neighborhood condition, downside: they must be complied with. Kansas City, Missouri is...

Duration: 00:38:59

151: Quitting Your Job For Passive Income with GRE Listener Douglas Orr

Your job feels bad. It makes you wonder where your time went. Keith tells you why your job feels so bad, gives you possible solutions, and reminds you “where your time went”. Your job feels worse than ever due to economic, demographic, and social reasons. This is supported by data from the Bureau Of Labor Statistics, the Census Bureau, Bloomberg, and elsewhere. We explore. GRE listener Douglas Orr of tells you how he built enough passive income to leave his job in just three years by...

Duration: 00:42:06

150: Your Real Estate Portfolio Architecture

Giant mistake: investing in real estate only in your home market. You should be invested in at least 3 different geographic RE markets. We discuss how you can get a good mix of appreciation and cash flow over time. Volatility hurts your portfolio more than you think over time. Keith discusses two reasons why you will be in a more volatile environment in coming years: 1) Donald Trump, 2) Interest rates. Even if your home is paid off, you still have a payment. It’s an opportunity cost...

Duration: 00:32:30

149: Investing with Little Rock Turnkey featuring Jeremy Veldman

When real estate markets heat up, some investors are tempted to invest in tiny towns with few industries. With 700,000 in the metro area, Little Rock, Arkansas is substantially larger. Little Rock's diversity of industry includes government, health care, education, and military. Arkansas could be the most landlord-friendly of all 50 states. Landlords aren’t even obligated to make repairs. Little Rock Turnkey rehabilitates a property, places a qualified tenant, puts the property under...

Duration: 00:39:49

148: Income Property, Frothy Markets, and Brien Lundin of The New Orleans Investment Conference

Do markets feel frothy to you? Real estate, stocks, corporate valuations, and even the values of major pro sports franchises have risen substantially. Keith explains why this matters less than you think. You learn about some little-known advantages of investing in single-family income property rather than apartment buildings. Brien Lundin, host of the New Orleans Investment Conference, joins Keith. Keith will be in New Orleans for the conference this October 25th - 28th. Speakers...

Duration: 00:41:10

147: How To Invest Outside Banks and Wall Street with Patrick Donohoe

You’re going to live longer than your parents and ancestors. Half of today’s retirees will live into their 90s. That’s good...if your finances can support your lifestyle. Patrick Donohoe, Founder and CEO of Paradigm Life, is our guest today. Debt is vital to wealth creation. We tell you why. Inflation vs. Deflation: this “Economic Tug Of War” is discussed. It’s deflationary globalization versus inflationary dollar-printing. Patrick tells us how to bank outside the banking system via...

Duration: 00:45:03

146: Using Debt For Investment

Debt is good. Debt is bad. Which type is good and which type is bad? When your tenant is paying your debt for you, that’s good debt. When you have consumer debt, that’s usually bad. But Keith contends that consumer debt can almost be good for some savvy investors that use debt for arbitrage. If you could have gotten a 3% loan on your car, but instead you chose to pay cash, then you’re probably paying an opportunity cost. In real estate, the return from equity is always zero. Debt...

Duration: 00:33:46

145: Real Estate vs. Stock Investing with Financial Advisor, Brent Sutherland

Financial advisors sell stocks. Buy-and-hold stock investing doesn’t create wealth, but financial advisors create the illusion that they do. Today’s guest, Ntellivest’s Brent Sutherland, is a financial advisor that began successfully investing in cash-flowing real estate with 8 single-family properties. Brent pulls back the curtain on what’s going on “behind the scenes” with financial advisors and their biased “advice”. Really...what’s wrong with stocks? Keith adds content about how...

Duration: 00:55:12

144: Cash Flow Market Profile: Indianapolis, Indiana

In an economic crash, a great place to be positioned is in low-cost housing within a diversified metro market like Indianapolis, Indiana. Learn more at: Indianapolis has a remarkable combination for investors: investor-advantaged property, a diversified economy, population growth, low unemployment, a business-friendly environment, low-cost housing, stable Indiana state finances, and more. Indianapolis’ business drivers are in some of the most diverse and...

Duration: 00:36:04

143: Your 1031 Exchange Guide: Tax-Deferral For Life

You’re entitled to a great gift from the IRS - lifetime tax-deferral so that you never have to pay capital gains tax on the sale of your investment real estate. With a 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange, you can infinitely defer your: federal capital gains tax, state capital gains tax, and depreciation recapture. From the sale of your property, you have 45 days to identify, and 180 days to close upon your replacement property. Details in-episode. 1031s are only for investment property. They’re...

Duration: 00:42:05

142: Today’s Lessons From The Housing Crisis and Mortgage Meltdown of 2007-2009

Keith’s $530,000 four-plex dropped in value to $480,000 during the 2007-09 Mortgage Meltdown. Lessons from the Housing Crisis of 2007-2009 still influence Keith’s investing today. Our guest, Damion Lupo, lost worse than Keith at this time. His $20M portfolio imploded. Damion spent over a million dollars on seminars alone. He recklessly went all-out by purchasing 150 rental units across 7 states more than a decade ago - without regard for cash flow. It crashed. Today, his firm, Total...

Duration: 00:54:32

141: Real Estate Hedonics and Listener Questions

Real estate hedonics and inflation effectively mean that real estate goes down in price over time. So then how can it be such a great investment? Keith answers. We run the numbers on a Memphis duplex. Keith calculates a 32.4% ROI right before your eyes. Keith tells you how to make more income if you’re living paycheck-to-paycheck. Learn about the opportunity cost of renting out a $620,000 south Florida home for $2,900. Grab Get Rich Education’s new book at...

Duration: 00:40:08

140: Advantages Of Single-Family Income Property with David Campbell

Keith’s new book is now out in paperback form at: Direct investment in single family income properties has strong demand from both investors and renters. Single-family home (SFH) income property advantages include: they trade independent of market cap rates, stronger appreciation than apartments, inflation protection, amortization, tax depreciation, lower cost, easier financing, more understandable, no shared walls, divisibility, less tenant turnover, and...

Duration: 00:56:33

139: Time vs. Money, Housing Inventory Shortage, Renting vs. Owning Your Home

Grab Get Rich Education's new book at: You need money in order to trade it for time. You can’t trade anything other than money for time. The housing inventory shortage will reach a peak before new construction can relieve the problem. Paying rent is not like “throwing money away every month.” Keith breaks down the trade-offs between renting vs. owning your primary residence. Want more wealth? Visit: 1) to grab our free newsletter. 2)...

Duration: 00:34:54

New GRE Book: 7 Money Myths That Are Killing Your Wealth Potential

Yes! Our first-ever book has been released today at Brief and to-the-point, with no guest writers or ghost writers, Keith dispels seven of the most common money myths that limit your financial growth potential including: “Be debt-free” (a myth), and “Get your money to work for you” (another myth, believe it or not). “7 Money Myths That Are Killing Your Wealth Potential” has already hit Amazon #1 bestseller status in multiple categories. Grab it now before the...

Duration: 00:09:07

138: Next-Level and Urban Real Estate Investing with Victor Menasce

You’ve run out of money to buy real estate. What do you do now? You pool other people’s money for the down payment through a process called real estate syndication. Learn how. Urban real estate investing involves: exploiting geographic class segregation, “moving the gentrification line”, rent control, and public transit proximity. Today’s guest, Victor Menasce, is an Ottawa, Canada-based real estate syndicator. He’s an expert at teaching you how to raise capital from others for real...

Duration: 00:44:39

137: GRE Listener Eric Pratt Tells How He Built $3,600 Passive Monthly Income with Turnkey Property

GRE listener Eric Pratt is today’s guest. His passive monthly RE income is $3,600, soon to be $4,600. He bought turnkey income properties: 6 in Memphis, 1 in Atlanta, and soon expects to close 1 in Birmingham. He carries 7 mortgages. Eric is in his 40s, married, and is a police officer in Anchorage, Alaska. Learn about how GRE has changed his life, and learn about one speed bump that he hit on the way. This show has been on the air every week for more than 2 ½ years and it’s changing...

Duration: 00:49:53

136: Give Yourself A Pay Raise Today - Here’s How

Get a pay raise from your employer with this innovative approach. Also, increase your rental income with this technique. Learn how to raise the rent on your tenant without losing them. It starts with you thinking about how your tenant is thinking. Use this “3 Options Strategy”. Think about your “Salary Reduction Plan” vs. your “Salary Increase Plan”. Don’t ask your boss for a raise. You’ll learn how to give yourself one. Keith also has a fresh take on property management. Keith brings...

Duration: 00:36:17

135: From $50 Million To Zero: Falling From The Top Of The Real Estate Mountain

From $50 million to zero. That’s what happened to the net worth of today’s guest, Rod Khleif, in the mortgage meltdown of 2008. His mistake was that he focused on real estate appreciation rather than cash flow, and he lost control. He’s owned 2,000 single-family homes and multifamily units. Rod is a motivating guy. He talks to us about Single Family vs. Multifamily Property, self-management of property, and the psychology of success and fulfillment. Keith brings you today’s show from...

Duration: 00:39:05

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