Today’s Flash Back Friday is from Episode 638, originally published in February 2016.
Jason shares his real life rise in wealth story and it all started with an income property seminar.
This is a great episode for anyone you know who is just starting out in investing. It leaves little doubt that investing in income properties with a buy and hold strategy is the way to gain wealth. Jason describes the basics to Brian Bain, a stock market investor, and fellow podcaster. He shares examples of how 30-year mortgages on single family homes are a not only a multi-dimensional asset class but also a tax write-off. If you want to hear a concise, easy to understand overview of how to make money in the complicated U.S. financial market, this is the show for you.
[1:58] Ben Bernanke and Yogi Berra quotes
[3:21] Investors must align their interests with Central Bankers
[tweet_box design=”default” float=”none”]“Banks and governments, we don’t like them but aligning your interests with them is the way to wealth.”[/tweet_box]
[7:22] Arbitrage – Exploiting the differences in things as a real estate investor
[10:43] Jason Hartman University Live Event in Salt Lake City, Utah
[11:56] Vacation rental properties in the Orlando market, yes or no?
Brian Bain interviews Jason for his “Investor in the Family” podcast:
[17:15] His story – Jason started in real estate when he was just a teenager
[23:36] Income property is a multi-dimensional asset class and a tax write-off
[27:46] A lender cannot sue you if you have a non-recourse loan on a property
[tweet_box design=”default” float=”none”]“Did you know a lender cannot sue you for default if you have a non-recourse loan on a property?”[/tweet_box]
[31:40] 6 ways the government will deal with underfunded entitlement programs
[35:10] Investors should align their interests with governments and banks
[37:39] Inflation redistributes wealth better than taxes
[40:00] An example of how thousands of people gained wealth from single family homes
[49:21] Anything without income is not really an investment
[51:07] Long term investments are definitely the way to invest your money