The 19th annual Meet the Masters of Income Property is just three short weeks away. This revamped event will feature breakout sessions, top shelf speakers and in-depth discussions about what the rising inflation rates will mean for real estate investors. Jason’s guest is John Simpson. Mr. Simpson invested in the trailblazing Rent Reporters before it’s official launch because he believed in the business model. He now runs the company as CEO and is the corporate cheerleader to this fairly new, progressive company. Mr. Simpson shares the benefits of his service to both renters and landlords, how to participate in the process and testimonials about the benefit to those this service has affected positively.
“There are one hundred million renters in the U.S. and 40 million of them are credit-invisible.”Click to tweet
[2:01] Rising interest rates is just one of the subjects we will be discussing at the Meet the Masters of Income Property Event.
[3:36] Erin sent in an article from the Kiplinger Letter about the future of the economy and inflation.
[9:49] What will Trump do to light the economy on fire?
[13:20] Garrett Sutton will be speaking at the 19th Meet the Masters Event.
“Credit reporting of on-time rent payments can transform someone’s life with a credit score they didn’t have access to before.”Click to tweet
John Simpson Guest Interview:
[16:54] Before Rent Reporters there was no mechanism for tenants to get credit for their on-time rent payments.
[18:35] The benefit to renters is clear, but what is the benefit for landlords?
[20:05] This service makes the renter more accountable.
[21:36] The top 3 factors that determine a credit score.
[24:54] Many renters have no credit score or they are invisible.
[27:16] A landlord will be able to see renter’s payments for the past two years.
[32:27] Landlords are incented monetarily to get new clients for Rent Reporters.
[38:22] The statistics that back the Rent Reporters business model.
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Guest: John Simpson
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