When 18 out of 20 valuation sources say the S&P is radically overvalued, it might be true. Most of you know never to invest in the stock market (unless you are an insider) but just in case, Jason shares a table with some astounding estimations of how overvalued the S&P is. And a local market specialist joins us from Oklahoma City to describe the benefits of investing in the primarily new construction market there. He says that a dollar stretches further, tornadoes have moved East and it’s a landlord friendly market.
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[02:07] The two ways to win on Wall Street.
[04:05] Give value to the psychology of investing.
[07:13] An example of a crappy real estate deal in Santa Ana, California.
[11:02] The stock market is radically overvalued, 18 of 20 valuators concur.
[23:46] Yield/Dividend type investors always win.
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Oklahoma City Metro Market Profile:
[26:03] New Construction keeps the economy rolling in Oklahoma City.
[31:05] The Oklahoma City area boasts a thriving economy and positive cash flow.
[33:05] Are tornados and issue for investors needing to insure properties?
[38:09] Home value to income ratios in the Oklahoma City area.
[42:54] The local market specialist has an interest to satisfy investors.
[46:17] Property management services are available short and long term.
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Guest: Jason Hartman
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