In today’s episode Jason finishes off his idea of “crowding out” and the damages it can have on our society. Then he explores the idea of various types of deserts, including investment deserts.

Finally, Jason talks with Sara McFarland from Homee on Demand, a new app that’s aiming to make property management from afar easier than it’s ever been before. Your tenant can alert you to a problem, send you a picture of the issue, you can get a quote, and verify the issue is taken care of.

Listen in as Sara McFarland gives a rundown of the service, how they ensure you don’t get ripped off, and how you can best use it in your portfolio.

Key Takeaways:

Jason Intro:

[2:57] Jason finishes off his point of “crowding out” from the last episode

[5:29] Various types of deserts, including investment deserts

[9:51] Have a service you think Jason can use? Talk to him about it and keep the money “in the family”

[16:39] The Hawkins family 5 year plan

[22:08] You need to invest in hard assets that keep up with inflation

Homee Interview:

[28:59] How Homee keeps vendors from cheating

[31:17] Can you use Homee as a self manager?

[33:18] Homee helps teach you more about your home

Website:

www.HomeeOnDemand.com

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