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Time and time again, I see people choosing to focus either a mortgage or an investment but not both at the same time. But which option is better to start with? In this article, I will show you how you can invest AND pay off your mortgage without the diminishing effects of either process. I want to show you that it’s possible to pay off your mortgage and invest simultaneously. More often than not, such a decision often depends on your financial situation. While many people believe that paying off money is best since it saves on your interest payments, others may want to invest their extra

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February 9, 2021

Housing Market: Federal Reserve Can SAVE or CRASH 2021

Housing Market: Can the Federal Reserve SAVE or CRASH 2021 Housing Market? In this video, I talk about how the Federal Reserve can potentially save the 2021 housing market or be it’s ultimate demise. We have already seen a housing market crash in our time with the 2008 housing market crash but will 2021 housing market suffer the same fate? Is the Federal Reserve hurting the housing market by printing off money like hotcakes? Or with the Federal Reserve being one of the biggest investors in corporate bonds and mortgage-backed securities, will we see the Fed start buying real estate properties? 0:00 Intro 0:30 What does the Federal Reserve do? 1:46 The Federal Reserve buying private assets? 3:14 Can the Federal Reserve cause a 2021 housing market crash? 4:53 2008 housing market crash similarities with today 6:14 How the Federal Reserve can SAVE the 2021 housing market 8:09 How can we respond to the Federal Reserve? The Federal Reserve controls the money supply for the United States…..and this year they have started to become private investors. They have been buying up corporate bonds, mortgage-backed securities, and well…..we may see the Federal Reserve buy real estate…BUT is this a good or a bad thing for the 2021 housing market? For one, I believe we are starting to see the potential for a 2021 housing market crash. With the congressional provisions for mortgage forbearance and other housing type stimulus package, what is that going to do to the banks and the people who borrow from them? We are beginning to see many similarities to the 2008 housing market crash in the 2021 housing market. Now one way that the Federal Reserve may SAVE the 2021 housing market from crashing is if they decided to actually buy real estate assets. As in apartment complexes, single-family homes, anything to continue kicking the can down the road so to say…..as we have been doing for many many years. BUT how would that affect the 2021 housing market? Now, unfortunately, these stimulus programs will be ending here soon, the government can’t keep kicking this issue down the road anymore, so that may prompt the Federal Reserve to buy up the properties that are going to fall into foreclosure. And as we saw in 2008, banks are beginning to become more loose with their lending practices, maybe not as loose as in 2008, but still, we are starting to see similarities. The Federal Reserve has been propping up the stock market along with the housing market with the introduction of the Stimulus bills in congress. The Federal Reserve has shelled out over $3 Trillion dollars for these programs. And if we continue down the route, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the Federal Reserve balance sheet hit about $10 Trillion this year…And with prices of properties going up and inventory being low, might indicate an interesting 2021 housing market.
February 9, 2021

Housing Market… being destroyed by the Stimulus?

Housing Market… With the second stimulus bill moving quickly through the government and it looks like everyone will be getting, at least, $600 check from the stimulus package. But what does the stimulus package mean outside of free money? What does this mean for our economy? And most importantly, how will it affect the housing market? In this video, I will be giving you my take on the whole ordeal and what the future will be looking like for generations to come. Email Us: [email protected] Article: Evictions loom for as many as 20 million Americans who are behind on rent. That’s about the population of Florida. http://businessinsider.com/millions-of-americans-are-behind-on-rent-risk-of-eviction-2020-12#:~:text=Up%20to%2020%20million%20Americans,rent%2C%20risk%20eviction%20-%20Business%20Insider&text=The%20word%20%22Insider%22.&text=A%20leading-edge%20research%20firm%20focused%20on%20digital%20transformation 0:00 Intro 1:05 The cost of the stimulus 3:00 Where does stimulus money come from? 4:10 How does this affect the housing market? 6:43 My initial thoughts on the stimulus 9:33 Data points to my argument 11:32 The Kwak Brothers giveaway With the stimulus looking like it will be signed into law here in the next few days, pending Senate approval, many ask the question, “who’s paying for this?”. Obviously, it’s not President Trump himself, but The Federal Reserve has a lot to do with it, but have you thought about, ourselves? YES! But not you and I, more like, our grandchildren. And the effect of the massive government spending in 2020, will be seen in the Social Security Fund. Many times when the government borrows money for social programs, it literally is being borrowed from the taxpayers without consent. And with the Fed’s balance sheet getting bigger by the month, it’s sitting at almost $7 Trillion dollars, and if this stimulus passes, it’ll add even more! So how is this connected to the real estate market? Well, it takes people to buy homes in the real estate market. Meet Kevin’s Most Recent Stimulus Update https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsXRnZuMdz4 Clear Value Tax’s Recent Stimulus Update https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HAJXGwLHsI Stephan Gardner Stimulus Check & Stimulus Package Update | $2000 increase pass in the House of Representatives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZFas9mDJuM
January 4, 2021

Housing Market 2021: Avoid These Properties OR Go BANKRUPT

Housing Market 2021: Avoid These Properties OR Go BANKRUPT The housing market in 2021 may provide the GREATEST opportunity for real estate investing that we have ever seen. But there is some investment properties you MUST AVOID AT ALL COSTS. If you can recall the crash in 2008, we are seeing many of the same signs that we did back then. BUT before you go out and go on a real estate investing spree buying up everything…..There are some properties you want to avoid or you will pay dearly! 0:00 Intro 0:45 The first property to avoid buying in the housing market 2021 2:27 The second property to avoid buying in the housing market 2021 4:11 The third property to avoid buying in the housing market 2021 5:20 A very important message about real estate investing 6:25 Closing thoughts about the housing market 2021 The Kwak Brothers Free Stuff (Passive Investor Training Included) https://52.54.205.26.104.nip.io/free-stuff/ 0-75 Units In 1 Year https://0to75units.com/book-order1587970091604 0-75 Contest [email protected] The first property you want to avoid buying in 2021 is HOTELS. With the pandemic, the hospitality industry was hit very hard, especially the hotel industry. BUT this was kind of a crash in the making with businesses like AirBnb taking a lot of the business away from hotels. Now moving forward, when we hit 2021, there is no magical time stopper that will make all the travel restrictions go away. And with the looming potential lockdown and additional restrictions…..will the hotel industry completely go away? No, but investing in a hotel is not what it used to be. The pandemic wasn’t the complete show stopper, but it just accelerated the inevitable looming crash in the hotel industry. The next property you want to avoid buying in the 2021 housing market is non-luxury multi-family. Before you rage quit and hit the thumbs down, hear me out. There are several variables why I came to this conclusion. One of the being 2020 itself, with eviction moratoriums expiring, many citizens moving out of big cities and into the suburbs, and the tenant/landlord friction. Not to mention the unemployment crisis from the pandemic and many people losing their jobs. So I advise against people looking to invest in non-luxury apartments, in the B & C class. The last property you want to avoid buying in the 2021 housing market is office/retail space & commercial real estate. Many stores have closed in 2020 due to the pandemic and with the lack of demand in retail space for new opening stores, retail is a property to avoid investing in. In the same boat is office and corporate space. Many of the major corporations that occupy these spaces have moved many of their employees to work from home via virtual meetings and email. And with the unknown future, this may be the new normal for a very long time.
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 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.