Fri, 27 October 2017
Jason Hartman talks with Bob Sutton, author of The A**hole Survival Guide: How to Deal with People Who Treat You Like Dirt, about how to deal with people who are a consistently bear and you can't avoid completely.
Sutton studies organizational change, leadership, innovation, and workplace dynamics. He has published over 150 articles and chapters in peer-reviewed journals, management outlets such as Harvard Business Review and the McKinsey Quarterly, and news outlets including The New York Times, Financial Times, and Wall Street Journal. His books include Weird Ideas That Work, The Knowing-Doing Gap (with Jeffrey Pfeffer), and Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense (with Jeffrey Pfeffer).
[1:33] The reaction Robert got from his first book on "jerks"
[5:20] Some people seem to enjoy being mean down to their core, what does Robert make of the idea that women are attracted to bad boys like that?
[8:51] The "rhythm method" of dealing with jerks
[12:20] How you can pick the right time to fight back against jerks
[16:27] We're all slow to notice our own weaknesses
Fri, 20 October 2017
Investment Counselor and Local Market Specialist Liaison, Carrie joins Jason Hartman to see if he can correctly predict the effect the rise in interest rates will have on the US economy. Jason reminds us the Feds don’t directly impact mortgage rates but by directly impacting short-term rates all rates will be affected. For those of you who have income properties, the higher interest rates will put upward pressure on rents. And if you are looking for additional properties, be sure to get pre-approved for financing before the Oklahoma Property Tour and JHU Live event.
[03:53] What does the spike in interest rates mean for investors?
[10:07] Higher interest rates will put upward pressure on rents and lessen the concentration of wealth.
[14:17] Local Market Specialists and Investment Counselors are always working in the client’s best interest.
[23:41] It’s important to get pre-approved for financing in today’s seller’s market.
[25:10] Jason hints about the location for the next Venture Alliance Mastermind.
"The Fed has weapons it can use to fix the economy and interest rates are one of those weapons."
Fri, 13 October 2017
Jason welcomes client, Clay Slocum to the show. Clay is a millennial who currently has four properties in his real estate portfolio. Before buying his first property, Clay worked diligently with Oscar, his Investment Counselor, and a Local Market Specialist to play around with the numbers and he discovered his initial investment could grow exponentially. Clay shares his insights on the power of compounding interest, asset protection, and the Memphis market.
[2:33] Compound interest can be a powerful tool against inflation.
[8:15] Engineers take an analytical approach to investing.
[10:25] After 18 years, $100,000 grow to 14 million.
[17:46] Jason explains a Deferred Sales Trust.
[21:42] If you are on the fence about investing talk with an investment counselor.
[32:36] Asset Protection is a complicated subject you should speak with a lawyer about.
[42:01] Resources for tax help.
"Opportunity cost is a cost most people don’t evaluate."
Fri, 6 October 2017
Tyler Sheff, host of The Cash Flow Guys Podcast, invited Jason Hartman on his show to discuss the different market types in the USA, and got some tips on remote managing as well. Jason explains that the stigma behind buying homes sight unseen, as well as self managing properties a thousand miles away, has abated some due to the wonders of technology.
[2:12] What Jason learned when he owned properties in 11 states
[7:08] Whether Tampa is a linear, hybrid, or cyclical market
[11:34] Our brains relation to the number 3 and how it relates to Jason's diversification strategy
[16:13] Jason's experience of beginning to self manage his remote properties
[18:46] When tenants are connected directly rather than through a property manager they tend to take care of more things themselves
[23:48] The need for standardized data when evaluating properties