CI 172: Improve Returns with Tax Liens & Deeds

Jason Hartman talks with Julia, who will be speaking at the event in Savannah, GA about tax liens and deeds. She gives a brief intro to what they are and what she’ll be discussing at the event.

Key Takeaways:

[2:19] An intro to tax liens and tax deeds

[3:17] How Julia was able to buy a house in Savannah for simply paying back taxes

[5:46] Julia will be teaching how to avoid problem properties and how she evaluates deals

Websites:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

www.JasonHartman.com/Events

CI 171: Evaluating Real Estate Deals with DealCheck’s Anton Ivanov

Jason Hartman talks with Anton Ivanov, founder of DealCheck.io, about his real estate journey and what made him create his deal evaluating software. The two also explore what metrics real estate investors can use to best evaluate deals and where to get numbers that will actually give you accurate results.

Key Takeaways:

[1:24] How Anton became an accidental landlord and started his real estate journey

[4:34] How the need to evaluate deals led to Anton’s technology, and how to evaluate deals in general

[7:52] The only sure way to get accurate numbers in cash flow or profit equations

[10:40] Some of the metrics Anton loves to use

[15:02] Is the future for landlords as good as Jason believes?

[21:38] You can buy in blighted areas if you want, but know that they can take a REALLY long time to turn, if ever.

Website:

www.DealCheck.io – Promo Code CW25OFF

CI 170: Robert Greene on the Laws of Human Nature

Jason Hartman talks with Robert Greene, author of the new book The Laws of Human Nature as well as New York Times bestsellers like The 48 Laws of Power and The 33 Strategies of War, about how to approach people to put yourself in the best position for success as well as how to best change your life and circumstances. Robert goes over a few of his 18 laws to help you on your way.

Key Takeaways:

[5:08] Misjudging people is extremely expensive, and it’s getting even harder to do with everything becoming virtual

[8:07] Thinking about what other people need or are going through is one of the most important life skills you can develop

[11:42] When you ask someone for anything, they are naturally going to be resistant

[14:47] We are emotional creatures, largely governed by our emotions

[26:20] You can change your own life and circumstances by working on your attitude

[29:56] The biggest impediment in people’s lives is the inability to affect or influence the people around them

Website:

www.PowerSeductionAndWar.com

CI 169: Maintaining Leverage in Your Investments to Beat Inflation with Jason Franciosa

Jason Hartman talks with Jason Franciosa, CEO & co-founder of Element 26, about the time value of money. Both Jason’s are concerned about inflation, and the two look at ways you can maintain your leverage so your returns can beat inflation, as well as how you can utilize your home loans to house hack (especially if you’re in the military).

Key Takeaways:

[5:33] Jason’s 6 ways governments can get out of debt

[8:05] The time value of money

[12:44] You have to have a way to maintain the leverage you have

[17:28] How you can utilize house hacking

Website:

www.Element26.co

CI 168: The Real Wolf of Wall Street with Nobu Su

Jason Hartman talks with Nobu Su, chairman of the shipping company Today Makes Tomorrow and author of The Gold Man From the East. Back in the 2008 financial crisis, Nobu’s company was a $5 million victim of Western bankers. Nobu is now fighting back, suing the institutions that took his money and trying to tell his story so others don’t suffer the same fate.

Key Takeaways:

[1:39] What’s the status of Su’s lawsuit against JP Morgan?

[9:22] How long can our country keep going like we are?

[11:27] What is Nobu Store?

[15:16] The history of Nobu’s career

Websites:

www.Nobu.store

www.Twitter.com/Nobu__Su

CI 167: Technological Disruption & an Optimistic Future with Rohit Talwar

Jason Hartman talks with Rohit Talwar, founder of Fast Future Publishing and author of A Very Human Future, about what we can do about the large companies who seem to be in a winner take all society, how life and body hacking are going to change the world, and more.

Key Takeaways:

[2:54] What is value?

[9:57] The 4 views people have of companies like Facebook and Google

[13:33] 3 types of exponential thinking

[17:51] Rohit’s example of pooled insurance

[22:35] What are we going to do with the people who are displaced by technology?

[25:40] Body hacking may give us advantages in areas that won’t matter in the future due to automation

[27:04] What we need to change in order to have a more optimistic future

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Masters

www.FastFuture.com

166: Investing with Self-Directed IRAs with Edwin Kelly

Jason Hartman talks with Edwin Kelly, founder & CEO of Specialized IRA Services, about some of the creative ways you can use your self-directed IRA to invest in non-stock market related assets. Edwin provides several case studies that show the power of self directing, as well as his “Triple D” process to help you on your way.

Key Takeaways:

[4:07] What is a Self Directed IRA and what kind of assets can you use them for?

[6:56] Some unique strategies people are using in their IRAs

[9:28] Borrowing against your solo 401k as a strategy

[14:57] The Triple D process of Self Directed investing

[16:47] The costs of using self directed funds

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Masters

www.SpecializedIRAServices.com

CI 165: Seven Figure Decisions with Nick Vertucci

Jason Hartman talks with Nick Vertucci, author of Seven Figure Decisions and founder of NV Real Estate Academy, about Nick’s journey through the real estate world after his tenure in the tech industry. Nick spills the details of his change and why he switched from selling and flipping to educating. The two discuss the downsides of real estate, but also the incredible rewards that can come if you stick with it, make decisions and keep moving forward.

Key Takeaways:

[3:03] Nick’s journey from selling and flipping real estate to the education side

[9:32] Nick’s first realization that he was making 7 figure decisions, and what true leaders all have in common

[12:35] Real estate isn’t perfect, and it isn’t easy, but it can bless you significantly

[16:16] Whether it’s full or part time, have the entreprenuerial spirit and go create wealth

[18:08] Decision making is one of the most important things a successful person has to have

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Masters

www.NVRealEstateAcademy.com

Seven Figure Decisions

CI 164: Bursting Bubbles & Long Con Destroying America with Matt Taibbi

Jason Hartman talks with Matt Taibbi, contributing editor at Rolling Stone and author of books such as Griftopia and The Divide, about bubbles. The two explore how Fed policy has been leading to bubbles throughout the years, how Wall Street is designed to take advantage of the average citizen and what we can learn from the history of bubbles.

Key Takeaways:

[3:04] There’s a pretty decent path from Fed policy to bubbles

[7:34] How the Great Recession came into being

[12:10] Institutions have learned how to create a bubble to profit from, but then also be prepared to make money when their own bubble bursts

[16:17] As long as trades are occuring Wall Street is making money

[18:07] How investment bankers are auctioning off America’s infrastructure

[22:47] What is the investor’s lesson from the bubble machine?

Website:

www.Taibbi.SubStack.com

www.RollingStone.com

CI 163: Appealing Your Property Taxes with Keith McIntosh

Jason Hartman talks with Keith McIntosh, President of McIntosh & Associates, LLC, about protesting your property taxes for your rental properties across the country. Keith explains the different ways you can protest your taxes, why the government big data doesn’t get it right all the time, and more.

Key Takeaways:

[2:01] The property tax process & the 3 typical opportunities to dispute

[8:27] How does the process with Keith’s company work?

[10:51] Why is Keith’s “big data” different/better than the tax assessors?

[15:34] Is there a non-automated product available?

[17:51] How much people are usually able to save when protesting their taxes using Keith’s data

[20:04] Protesting your taxes gives you a cumulative effect over the years

Website:

www.HomeTaxSavings.com