Wed, 29 March 2017
Jason Hartman talks with one of his clients, and owner of 9 properties, Muthiah Nachiappan. Muthiah has pored over many property management contracts, and he discusses his self-designed Property Management Survey, fees property managers charge but shouldn't be paid for, and how he got into income property investing. Jason also gives listeners 4 options for property management, and then discusses the 3 options property management companies have to take advantage of if they want to stay in business.
[2:44] Property Management contracts always skew toward the writer of the contract
[4:06] Jason thinks the property management business is ripe for disruption via things like self-management, a la carte services, and flat fees.
[7:38] Muthiah's road to income property investing
[11:28] Muthiah's Property Management Survey.
[16:01] What the flat fee system Jason envisions is
[21:30] 4 property management options the every investor should know
[26:52] A hybrid option for property management needs to be available
[31:21] It's important that your property management company know that you're an educated owner who won't be taken advantage of.
[33:48] Muthiah shares his future investment plans and his retirement objectives.
Thu, 9 March 2017
AIPIS 177 - The Current Real Estate Market for Manufacturing, Office, Retail, Industrial and Multi-Family with Andrew Wright
Jason Hartman talks with Andrew Wright, CEO and Managing Partner at the commercial real estate firm, Franklin Street. He has grown the company to more than 200 employees in major markets throughout the Southeast.
He has been involved in over $1 billion in real estate and finance transactions, and also has experience in distressed real estate, negotiating the resolution of more than $800 million in debt since 2009.
The two discuss the changing nature of real estate thanks to technology, and what sectors are still worth investing in today.
[1:35] How Andrew expects Trump to impact real estate under Trump
[4:59] How much the internet has changed retail centers
[8:31] Internet shopping has changed the demand for warehouse real estate and the delivery industry
[12:54] Andrew's take on the supply/demand status of the market right now
[17:03] What kinds of cap rates Andrew is seeing out there these days
[19:08] Andrew's favorite real estate investment today
Tue, 7 March 2017
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 investing.
[4:34] The importance of the LTI ratio
[7:28] Jason's "packaged commodities investing" idea
[11:41] How much land values can change the price of your home
[15:08] How the "Hartman Risk Evaluator" can help you invest
[18:44] The danger that comes from believing someone can predict changes in home prices