The pre-1971 real estate game plan was to pay off your properties and sail into retirement debt-free. But that old-fashioned approach to real estate ignores the reality of a currency that’s been moved off the gold standard. Jason Hartman, from Creating Wealth and Pandemic Investing, gives you a 21st-century game plan for a 21st-century economy.
What you’re seeing right now is a Grapes of Wrath-style second wave of migration out of the cities. For anyone trying to avoid the virus, living in the city is now a hazard, so people are moving to more business-friendly states where prices appreciate at a reasonable rate. Jason’s going to show you how he tracks popular real estate markets using the U-Haul website.
Jason explains how using the same business plans that governments and central banks do to protect themselves from the bad effects of inflation is going to insulate your financial portfolio from being devoured by inflation.
The man who brought you “Refi until you die” is also introducing a new idea he calls “Inflation influenced debt destruction”. It’s the idea that you’re getting paid to borrow money. Income-producing real estate is the best asset class in the whole world. Jason shares his advice for real estate investors who are trying to navigate this crazy market.
The market’s on Fuego, so if you’re looking to sell some properties, Jason would love to talk to you. Give him a call at 800-HARTMAN.
Watch and Learn:
Listen and learn:
- 50 years ago, Nixon moved us off the gold standard, but many investors are still operating under this ancient way of investing.
- Inflation is the insidious hidden tax that destroys our purchasing power, but the secret remover of debt.
- Why debit is Jason’s favorite four-letter word, and why you’re going to love it too.
- You can map out where people are moving to by tracking U-Haul prices, and then you can use that knowledge to your benefit.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Creating Wealth Podcast
- Joe McCall on Youtube
- #087 » Jason Hartman on Why You Should Refi Till You Die » Jason Hartman
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