Renowned author, physiologist, evolutionary biologist and bio geographer, Dr. Jared Diamond, joins Jason Hartman for a discussion of his newest book, The World Until Yesterday. Dr. Diamond’s unique background has shaped his integrated version of human history. He posits that success – and failure – depends on how well societies adapt to their changing environment. Dr.
Paul Da Costa is Owner Leader of the Port Charlotte Real-Estate Investment Association and host of the Real-Estate Education Workshop. He joins the show to discuss why the housing market is not recovering and what can be done to help it improve. The topics then switch to short sales and whether they’re good for homeowners
Tom Kraeutler is the President of Money Pit Media and Co-host of “The Money Pit,” the nation’s largest nationally syndicated home improvement radio program. He is a home improvement expert. In a rapidly improving housing market, Kraeutler discusses some home improvements we can make, which will pay for themselves in resale value. This would include
Lex Levinrad is the Founder of the Distressed Real Estate Institute. He thinks there are still great deals in today’s real estate market, and he explains how people can go about finding bargain priced foreclosure properties. He also shares the benefits of targeting short sales rather than bank-owned homes. Lex Levinrad has been a full
Lou Manfredini is Host of House Smarts TV and “Mr. Fix It.” He shares some inexpensive ways to improve homes and explains how these can increase value: – adding a fresh coat of paint to appliances – updating bathroom fixtures – installing new cabinet hardware Manfredini also discusses how homeowners can fix up the outside
Tanya Marchiol is the Founder, President and CEO of TEAM Investments. She was the 2013 Arizona Business Magazine “Realtor Of The Year” and Author of “The Prosperity Principles.” Marchiol discusses whether the government will take away home owners mortgage deductions and if so, what effect it would have on the housing market. She also breaks
Stuart Vener is the former President and CEO of the Richmond Corporation, former Director and CFO of Transcontinental Development Corp., and former Director of Community Housing at Development Corp. Vener discusses whether low interest rates could crash the housing market, and why it make better business sense to buy a home at low interest rates
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McKinney breaks down one of his favorite quotes: “To whom much is entrusted, much is expected.” (Luke 12:48). He just launched The Make It Big Event, which will be four live seminars in which he hopes to revolutionize the real estate education market with the best content and the best advice about what works in
Anthony became interested in real estate at the age of 19, motivated by a friend’s dad that quickly made money on real estate following a class he had taken. Anthony got his license and began buying properties when lending opportunities came about, and when he began buying distressed properties, he started his own construction company.