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November 18, 2020

Housing Market: What Robert Kiyosaki Just Said (Socialism In America)

Housing Market: What Robert Kiyosaki just said about Socialism in America. With recent events unfolding with the 2020 Presidential election, the current President-elect, Joe Biden and his Vice-President, Kamala Harris, have ties to the far-left, specially Democratic Socialism. I was recently listening to Patrick Bet-David’s podcast with Robert Kiyosaki, and the Rich Dad Poor Dad author was very concerned with the election outcome (not because Trump is his friend). Robert Kiyosaki is VERY concerned with the US turning into a socialist country, but even in his own words, it gets worse, to full blown communism. In this video I talk about what the housing market is like currently and how much it would change if the US moved into a Socialist/Communist style of Government. Original Podcast Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qynOiYsbYJU When Robert Kiyosaki flat out said, we are moving to a Socialist style of government in America, I felt like this needed to be addressed. Especially in the Housing Market, because as we all know, in Socialism, nothing is owned by a person, but a governing body. So that brings up the question what exactly would happen to the housing market in a Socialist style of government? Well the first thing I can tell you is that we currently HAVE socialist style programs implemented in our economy. For the housing market, it’s called Section-8, it’s where the government puts up 75% of monthly rent for folks who qualify. Has the program worked? I’m not completely sure, but just listen to what I have to say about the New York section-8 program and let me know if it has worked out or not. Socialism in America is a growing idea among many people in my age group. But what they fail to understand about Socialism in America is, the work that goes INTO being a landlord and managing a property. For example, go to a DMV, you see not everything is great, it takes forever, facilities are never upkept, and lets be honest, they DON’T hire the nicest people. But if the DMV was a privately owned establishment, it might be a different story. And that’s the same as for housing. Generally, landlords want to make sure their tenants have everything they need and fixed in the timely manner. Now do you think the government has enough man power and money to get what you need fixed in your apartment ASAP? Government work is slow work. A Landlord on top of taking care of tenants, is putting their financial well being at risk. Landlords take out huge loans and are liable for anything that happens to the residence.
October 27, 2020

Housing Market Update: What happens if Joe Biden Wins?

What would happen to the housing market if Joe Biden wins the 2020 presidential election? Well in this video I break down a few things that Joe Biden would do if he were to win the 2020 presidential election. Now I recently made a video talking about what happens to the housing market during presidential elections. You can find that video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BscbOjM9gY&t=209s. But in this video I am going to break down what a housing market will look like under a Joe Biden presidency. I am going to break down how Joe Biden’s tax plan will influence real estate prices, real estate taxes, and what will happen to those who inherit your home eventually and what that will look like. So I know that I have been talking about a housing market crash in all of these videos I have been producing lately. Well, I still feel like this will happen BUT there is a difference between a Donald Trump Presidency and a Joe Biden Presidency during the housing market crash in 2021. BUT remember the President does NOT have as much influence over the housing market as many believe. And even if the President uses his executive powers to implement something in the housing market, it would still take a significant amount of time to see the effects of it, in the housing market. With that being said, there is ONE major thing that will influence the housing market, indefinitely, and that is tax policies of both candidates. As far as Joe Biden’s tax policies, you will not likely see a huge change for people who are non-investors, BUT the one’s who will be effected the most are the real estate investors. The first of those policies is the reversal of the step-up and that will effect the capital gains tax…..significantly. Currently the capital gains tax is maxed out at 25%.
October 27, 2020

Housing Market 2020: Las Vegas, San Diego, Orlando Real Estate Report (October 2020)

In tonight’s housing market 2020 forecast real estate report, I will be going over Las Vegas, San Diego, & Orlando. Whether you are moving to Vegas or already residing there, you may be mixed in with the California mass exodus. Las Vegas real estate is significantly cheaper than California real estate. Las Vegas was a hot real estate market even before the lockdown, there is many opportunities for buying and investors to invest in that single family housing market. San Diego on the other hand is suffering in the single family housing market and rental units. San Diego being part of the California real estate market is suffering comparably to similar cities in California (surprisingly better than LA & SF). it’s the typical Southern California housing market. And as far as the investing opportunities in San Diego, I wouldn’t personally invest. The Orlando real estate market is booming. Prices are low 19% homes are going for over 19% of the listing price. So if you are moving to Orlando, you are moving into a strong housing market. As far as investors go, it’s a VERY competitive market if you are not already a heavy hitter. Las Vegas Real Estate market was already hot, starting back in 2017, investors found opportunity out there with the appreciation rate. And that puts Las Vegas real estate in the top 10% of the whole country. But keep in mind if you are moving to Vegas, you will be roped into with all the refugees from California. Now would I buy if was looking for a personal residence, No. Now would I invest in real estate in Las Vegas, my answer is also No. 2. San Diego, CA Housing Market 2020 Analysis (October 2020) Avg. Price of Homes: $701K Days on Market: 15 Days 69% Homes sell above listing price Avg. Price of Rent: $2,237 San Diego real estate, is your typical SoCal style of real estate. Expensive but not as bad a LA or SF. Now would I buy if was looking for a personal residence, No. Now would I invest in real estate in San Diego, my answer is also No. 3. Orlando, FL Housing Market 2020 Analysis (October 2020) Avg. Price of Homes: $275K Days on Market: 21 Days 37.2% Homes sell above listing price Avg. Price of Rent: $1,447 Orlando real estate is booming for personal residence and investors. But for investors, if you don’t have the money, I’d suggest to look else where. Not saying you can’t make it work, you’ll just be competing with the Big Dogs! Now would I buy if was looking for a personal residence, Yes. Now would I invest in real estate in Las Vegas, my answer is No.
October 20, 2020

Housing Market: SURPRISING Effects from Elections…

How do elections, specifically presidential elections affect real estate, housing markets, and all things that relate to the real estate market? Well in this video I am going to breakdown EXACTLY what to look out for when it comes to real estate and presidential elections. As we all know during elections, many things could potentially change in the housing market depending on the policies of the candidate. BUT there are 2 main differences when it comes to real estate and presidential elections. When it comes to commercial real estate (stores, warehouses, multi-family units) more of the effect of the local elections has more to do with commercial real estate while presidential elections affect residential real estate. Why is that? Well stay tuned and I’ll be breaking down exactly why real estate and presidential elections affect the housing market! So back to my point earlier on how real estate and presidential elections affect the housing market. The housing market as a whole, meaning real estate, single-family homes, places where people live, are more affected by the presidential election. In comparison to commercial real estate, multi-family units, warehouses, are more affected by local elections. This is because local elections create local laws and tax codes that directly affect their local area. Tenant laws, landlord regulations, zoning, and everything that encompasses commercial real estate, is bound to the local government laws. The net operating income is the number that a commercial real estate property performs in regard to profits. This is a calculation that investors use to see if a commercial real estate property is worth investing in or not. My second point when it comes to real estate and presidential elections is that residential real estate is affected MORE than commercial real estate. For instance, President Trump signed the tax cuts & jobs act of 2017. In a nutshell, you CAN NOT write off over $10k of expenses in a home over $400k. This hurt a certain class of people but homes under this price went lower and we saw some growth in the housing market for those prices of homes, which means people were buying more homes in that price range. Especially in states that have a budget problem. Lastly, in regard to real estate and presidential elections, you will see the prices of homes decrease. This is because of the financial uncertainty in the new president if a new one is elected. So people are less likely to spend, especially in the housing market, without knowing the outcome of said election. And generally, during fall months, prices drop anyway, regardless if it is an election year or not. So now you know how real estate and presidential elections are connected!
October 14, 2020

Housing Market: CRITICAL Warning & What to Invest NOW

In this video, I bring on a very good friend of mine to give his input about the real estate market right now and what to invest in NOW! Jerome has been in real estate investing for over 20 years and has had a very successful career as a real estate investor. Jerome and I get into the topic of real estate 2020, the real estate market, how commercial real estate is doing, investing for beginners, and what to do RIGHT NOW when it comes to investing in real estate. I also asked Jerome what you should you NOT invest in and what SHOULD you invest in if you are looking to get into real estate investing. Jerome gets into how to navigate the commercial real estate space and how to pivot a commercial real estate investment into a profitable business model in the current real estate market. Jerome also encourages people who are looking to invest in real estate to take an out of the box approach to securing the real estate investment, owner financing, especially with distressed properties can make investing in real estate, especially commercial real estate a lot easier. How to Pay Off Your Mortgage in 5-7 Years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3f-ebCjeH8o 0:00 Intro 0:55 Background of Jerome 6:10 What you should NOT invest in now and what you SHOULD invest in 12:55 What advice would you give someone new to commercial real estate investing 20:30 What is going to happen in the next few months in the real estate market Jerome also warns real estate investors to stay away from the single-family home real estate investments. In the current real estate market and housing market, prices are very high and the inventory of properties is very low. The housing market is over-stimulated right now. He encourages people looking to invest in real estate to avoid the crowd’s direction, turn 180 degrees in the opposite direction when it comes to real estate investing, ESPECIALLY the current real estate market in the housing market sector. Diminish your real estate investments (if they are in the single-family housing market) and put that money back in the back and wait for the opportunity to arise. Now for those who are looking to invest in real estate in the commercial real estate sector, Jerome encourages people looking for warehouses, places to set-up distribution centers for e-commerce. Now with that being said, there are ways to structure the way you rent out commercial real estate spaces to where none of the bills/taxes are tied to you as the owner, only the mortgage. So Jerome had some very good words to say in regards to commercial real estate investing.