On September 30, 2016, Linda Jones invited Jason Hartman on to Be Wealthy and Smart to talk about the all important LTI ratio. Jason explains why high land values aren’t necessarily a good thing, and how his “Hartman Risk Evaluator” can help you identify cyclical markets to avoid and linear markets that are ripe for
Chris Porter is coauthor of the new book Big Shifts Ahead, and VP and Chief Demographer at John Burns Real Estate Consulting. Jason Hartman talks with Chris about how demographic issues can impact the real estate market, the economy, and business cycles. Key Takeaways: [2:15] Exploring Chris’ new book: Big Shifts Ahead: Demographic Clarity for
Jason Hartman talks with Nathan Miller, the founder of Rentec Direct. Rentec Direct is a client-focused program designed for investors with 2-20 income properties. The tool allows you to have a website, auto draft rent payments, full bank, property and tenant ledger, tenant screening, publish vacancies to sites like Craigslist, online file management, and more.
AIPIS 173 – Unintended Consequences: Why Everything You’ve Been Told About the Economy is Wrong with Ed Conard
Jason Hartman talks with Ed Conard, economist, and founding partner, with Mitt Romney, of Bain Capital. Conard wrote the New York Times Bestselling book Unintended Consequences: Why Everything You’ve Been Told About the Economy is Wrong and his soon to be released book, The Upside of Inequality: How Good Intentions Undermine the Middle Class. The
Jason Hartman talks with James Adams, former Waffle House employee and analyst. His new book, Waffle Street: The Confessions & Rehabilitation of a Financier, tells the inside story of working on Wall Street during the housing market crash. After exiting the scam that is Wall Street, he got a job at Waffle House, and spawned
Jason Hartman and Gary Pinkerton break down the article, 27 Charts That Will Change How You Think About the American Economy. The charts document changes in the US economy in regards to things like productivity, demographics or inflation. They also highlight the impact of people working past the social security mandated retirement age, service jobs versus labor jobs, and
AIPIS 170 – Unequaled: Tips for Building a Successful Career Through Emotional Intelligence with Morgan Stanley’s James Runde
Jason Hartman talks with James A. Runde, investment banker and independent corporate director. He is the longest-serving investment banker at a single U.S. firm, currently standing at 42 years with Morgan Stanley. He is best known for advising UPS to go public, a move that has worked out quite nicely for the company. Alongside his
Daren Blomquist, Senior VP at ATTOM Data Solutions and the Executive Editor of ATTOM’s award-winning Housing News Report joins Jason Hartman to discuss the new President, Donald Trump, and what this presidency might end up meaning for real estate investors, the economy as a whole, and clearing up regulatory issues which hamper the current market.
Jason Hartman’s client, Dr. David D’Ambrosio, tells all about his experience with a 1031 Exchange on some properties in the Orlando and Indianapolis markets. He has some ideas about why high-tax bracket professionals avoid real estate investing, and Jason has his own. One thing Dr D’Ambrosio does want to know is, what should his next
Jason Hartman talked with Nick Sargen, author of Global Shocks: An Investment Guide for Turbulent Markets, about what we should be expecting from the economy with Trump in the White House. Nick is currently the Senior VP and Chief Economist at Fort Washington Investment Advisors. Before that he worked at Morgan Guaranty trust, the Federal