On May 2, 2016, Jason Hartman went on Follow the Money Radio with Jerry Robinson to talk about investing in real estate the smart way. Jerry is an economist, a trend trader, author of Bankruptcy of Our Nation, and serial entrepreneur.
Follow the Money Radio focuses on industry trends, and strives to stay on the right side of the trend.
[2:01] Jason's start in real estate
[5:35] Jason's bad first taste of being a landlord
[9:15] How to invest in real estate to protect yourself even in a crash
[14:45] The hidden wealth creator: inflation
[17:20] The second layer of inflation that most people don't know about
[21:20] A history of how inflation would have impacted you if you'd bought a home back in the 70s, after we got off the gold standard
[26:52] The importance of fixed vs adjustable rates
[30:25] Where Jason likes to invest
[32:10] Where to find Jason
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[1:34] Improving your life by focusing on less
[6:24] The nuances involved in sorting out your life problems
[10:20] Comparing ourselves to others, and how the internet is making us think we should be doing a lot more than is "normal"
[13:22] Whether technology is moving faster than our brains can handle
On August 30, 2016, Jason Hartman was interviewed by David Hill for his podcast, One More Sale on the Path to Mastery, about how to persist through the hard times. David and Jason discussed some of the keys to pushing through the failures that are bound to arise during your life, as well as how Jason was able to turn his career into something that led to financial independence rather than just another part of the rat race.
[3:32] What makes Jason successful
[6:45] What the secret sauce is to persistence
[9:52] How to stay grateful about your blessings in life
[14:00] Jason's beginning real estate journey and how it shifted from instant gratification to true success with an easier life through "farming"
[17:45] The hardest business challenge Jason faced
[21:23] What Jason would tell himself if he could go back in time
[25:20] The one thing Jason wants you to take away from the interview
On May 4, 2016, Jason joined Stephen Woessner on his podcast "Onward Nation". They discussed Jason's history of real estate investing, entrepreneurship, running a business, and various other topics.
Stephen is host of the Onward Nation podcast, CEO of Predictive ROI, and a digital marketing authority, speaker, educator, and bestselling author two books, The Small Business Owner’s Handbook to Search Engine Optimization and Increase Online Sales through Viral Social Networking.
[2:36] Jason's start in real estate
[8:31] What Jason does to prepare for each day
[12:43] The most critical skill business owners need to master to thrive today
[15:55] What systems Jason would put in place earlier in his business life
[20:56] How McDonald's is actually the worlds largest real estate company
[25:45] The importance of getting the right business model
On March 25, 2016, Jason Hartman joined Reed Goossens about the pros and cons of different kinds of investment properties.
Reed hosts the podcast "Investing in the US: An Aussie's Guide to US Real Estate", which is a podcast for investors and real estate entrepreneurs looking to break into the U.S. market.
Reed is an Australian making a go of it in the US. He moved to the US back in 2012. He went from buying small duplexes for $45,000 to raising money from investors to buy large multi family apartment communities across the US. To date Reed has been involved in the acquisition of over $60 mill. worth of multi family real estate. He certainly lives up to the ‘never say die’ Aussie attitude when it comes to being a successful entrepreneur.
[3:15] Something you might not know about Jason
[8:45] Investing in linear markets
[13:15] Why Jason buys in linear markets instead of the big names
[17:40] The importance of standardizing data
[21:00] The categories of properties
[25:55] Why do people rent when they can afford rent that's higher than the mortgage?
[30:30] Advice for a foreigner looking to get into the US market
On June 20, 2016, Jason Hartman sat down with Brock Collins for his podcast, The Freedom Real Estate Investing, to discuss the elements of real estate investing.
Brock started investing in real estate around 2000, but before that he had bought every book, been to every seminar, and learned almost everything there is to know about real estate investing, he just HADN'T DONE IT! Once he got a mentor to push him, however, he made his deal, and was off to the races. Since his first deal he has bought over 100 houses and investment properties, and now lives a life of True Freedom.
[4:00] Brock's parents missed opportunity, and Jason explains how real estate investing is a multidimensional asset class
[8:40] Real estate investing, it starts with just one deal. What were Jason's aspirations when he started, and what is he wanting now?
[11:40] Overcoming fear in real estate investing
[15:20] The theory of Inflation Induced Debt Destruction
[20:00] How 30 year mortgages are game changers and life savers
[25:00] One of Jason's deals, and how it worked out. Also, Jason's investing strategy in terms of fixer-upper or turnkey.