Jason and Fernando unpack recent articles from the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal as they relate to the general economy and most importantly, real estate. The first real estate president, Donald Trump may be opening the door to increased money flow in the U.S. through cutting the federal workforce and removing restrictions on community banks. Jason points out the multiple dimensions of real estate and how income properties offer multiple strategies for staying ahead of the market.
[2:00] Jason and Fernando discuss the Washington Post article “Trump Budget is Expected to Seek Historic Contraction of the Federal Workforce.”
[11:53] And, “Trump Pledges to Ease Restrictions on Community Banks.”
[17:26] The 3 Dimensions of Real Estate
[19:27] Charlotte, NC is a great example of a market that softened after investors invested in income properties.
[21:10] Fernando is faced with making decisions about his existing properties.
[23:01] When is it the right time to change Property Managers?
[32:24] Unpacking the Wall Street Journal article “Credit Reports to Exclude Certain Negative Information, Boosting FICO Scores.”
[35:11] Reasons for investors to be bullish right now.
[37:33] It pays to be cautious but most importantly, be smart.
[40:49] Memphis Property Tour is almost sold-out.
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