The Commercial Investing Show

Jason Hartman talks with Arthur Margon, partner at Rosen Consulting, about Chinese investments in the United States, the state of real estate in the USA and more in this episode. Arthur recently co-authored a report with the Asia Society on the topic of Chinese Investment in U.S. Real Estate

Arthur is in charge of Rosen Consulting's New York office and has more than 20 years experience in real estate consulting and market analysis. He has developed securitization models, restructured bank loan portfolios, and served as an independent fiduciary in a major pension fund reorganization.

Key Takeaways:

[1:20] What's happening with Chinese investors in USA real estate at the moment

[4:30] Whether the Chinese government wants to discourage investment abroad or not

[9:20] How bad the slowdown in China actually is

[12:50] How China's crackdown on corruption, and the change to a consumer economy has impacted both China and the rest of the world

[16:50] What the next 10 years look like for China as they try and do a number of things economically which no government has been able to pull off

[21:30] Why a war with China makes no sense for anyone, and what sort of thing would actually spark an incident

[24:10] Arthur's real estate forecast for the USA

Website:

www.rosenconsulting.com
Free Asia Society Report: Breaking Ground - Chinese Investment in US Real Estate

Direct download: Commercial_Investing_61_Arthur_Margon.mp3
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Mark Jaffe, a former senior executive at The Walt Disney Company, spent many years creating happy moments. At a young age he realized that his happiest life was not something out of reach. He studied, observed, cultivated, and ultimately enjoyed an enduring happyness through a singular focus on identifying what worked and what didn’t.

Along the way, he had a life journey, perhaps like yours, that included career successes and career failures. A marriage that succeeded until it didn’t. Two fabulous kids. A dog. And the learned ability to be very happy, which has kept him happy now, consistently, for over 40 years.

Key Takeaways:

[2:10] What led Mark to write Suitecase of Happyness

[5:40] Overcoming the barriers that we create for ourselves, and the barrier the pursuit of success can create

[8:55] The importance of balance and perspective

[12:45] The word that stops us from having some of the best times of our lives

[14:35] The power of passion

[17:35] Why Mark spelled it "happyness"

Website:

http://www.suitcaseofhappyness.com/
http://twitter.com/markjaffe
http://instagram.com/markjaffe1

Direct download: CI_60_Mark_Jaffe.mp3
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