Get Rich Education

Get Rich Education

This show has created more financial freedom for busy people like you than nearly any show in the world. Wealthy people's money either starts out or ends up in real estate. But you can't lose your time. Without being a landlord or flipper, you learn about strategic passive real estate investing to create wealth for yourself. I'm Show Host Keith Weinhold. I also serve on the Forbes Real Estate Council and write for Forbes. I serve you ACTIONABLE content for cash flow on a platter. Our bottom line in real estate investing together is: “What’s your Return On Time?” Where traditional personal finance merely helps you avoid losing, you learn how to WIN. Why live below your means when you can expand your means? Since 2002, international real estate investor Keith Weinhold owns multifamily apartment buildings to single family homes to agricultural real estate. New episodes are delivered every Monday.... Show More

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One of America’s most underappreciated markets is right in the heart of cash flow country.

Rent-to-price ratios are often 1%. 

Americans are moving from high-cost, high-tax places to low-cost, low-tax places.

Look, the biggest mistake most real estate investors make is emphasizing “the deal” rather than “the market”. 

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Before you buy a property, I discuss something crucial that you’re probably missing.

Five of your listener questions are answered. 

(The entire episode’s lyrics are in the Show Notes below!)

1 - How should I reward my child for their good school report card?

2 - How reliable is a real estate income stream?

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Donald Trump’s re-election could end Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac conservatorship of mortgage loans.

This could mean that fixed rate mortgage loans disappear! 

It could also lead to higher mortgage interest rates and more changes.

Ridge Lending Group President Caeli Ridge and I discuss wh... Read more

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You’re affected by interest rates and inflation as both a consumer and real estate investor.

A 50% return is not necessarily risky:  I review the 5 Ways Real Estate Pays You and pass it through a new filter.

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You only need to be 1% better ... to go from good to great.

This is due to accumulative advantage, which is the engine that drives "The Pareto Principle" (80 / 20 rule). 

Lessons from nature extrapolated to business and real estate investing provide cues on how you can grow your wealth faster.

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Even a dollar-per-dollar match from your employer might not make 401(k) participation worthwhile.

"Timing" could be the most underrated word in investing.

Retirement plans only pay you when you’re old. 

401(k)s rob you of the opportunity to fully live life while you’re young enough to enjoy it.

401(k)s used to be named “Salary Reductio... Read more

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January 13, 2020

Most people sell their time for dollars.

Were you really meant to do what you’re doing right now?

Mark Twain said, “Why not go out on a limb? That’s where the fruit is.”

Culture conditions most people to live an average, stale life.

Don’t trade away your authenticity for approval.

In over 6,000 years of... Read more

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Get 15 - 30% more rent income for your existing property.

Learn how to attract a better “Class B” tenant to a lesser “Class C” property.

We’re getting “hands-on” today.

Kevin Cross tells us about this and how to buy a bargain property (hint: find poorly-managed property).  

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Financial advisors don’t talk about real estate for three reasons:

  • They'd receive no compensation.
  • Lack of education.
  • Regulatory oversight.
  • Among educated investors:

  • Real estate has higher returns. 
  • There are more hidden fees with stocks than real estate.
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    Put more cash flow in your pocket by refinancing now.

    Refinance conditions are ripe: equity up, interest rates down.

    If you own property and interest rates rise, then hold.

    But if you own property and rates fall, you can refinance.

    This way, you’re playing both sides.

    Sometimes you can negotiate a lower... Read more

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    Your biggest expense in life is taxes - income tax, sales tax, property tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax.

    Taxation is not adjusted for inflation. I explain.

    Wealthability’s Tom Wheelwright joins us about how to optimize Trump’s 2017 Tax Cuts And Jobs Act to your advantage.

    A tax deductio... Read more

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    You don’t have to get your hands dirty or own a tractor to have your own agricultural real estate.

    Humans need food to eat. Even futurists know that people will continue to need calories.

    The world population of 7¾ billion will rise to 11 billion by 2100.

    Coffee is the second most... Read more

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    Money matters. It buys you freedom, options, and even the best medical care.

    You have the same 168 hours per week as Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates.

    Getting an MBA or Ph. D. is a slow way to wealth.

    How many of your 8 great grandparents can you name? See. Making an impact is rare.

    You can either live below your means or expand your ... Read more

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    Rent amounts are more stable than real estate prices.

    The rent amount you can charge is based on incomes in an area.

    In real estate: rents behave rigidly; prices are more elastic. 

    Employment sectors dictate what type of worker buys and what type rents.

    Mortgage loan qualification is difficult; I’m qualifying myself. This is i... Read more

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    Today, money is being printed on a massive scale. Interest rates have plunged. 

    This is a Fed “U-turn” from last year when money was being destroyed and rates were rising.

    What’s going on? 

    Richard Duncan of MacroWatch tells us. 

    We discuss how far the U.S. can ... Read more

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    A four-unit building is how I began in real estate.

    Fourplexes can provide you with great financing terms and economies of scale.

    Steve Olson of the Fourplex Investment Group (FIG) joins us. Website: www.fig.us

    FIG builds new construction townhouse-style... Read more

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    Get a market update. Next, I answer your listener questions:

    1: How do I start if I know nothing about real estate?

    2: What’s better: existing or new construction property?

    3: How do I identify an “up-and-coming” neighborhood?

    4: How do I raise the rent without losing the tenant?

    5: What if there’s a re... Read more

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    Grant Cardone is our guest today. He’s the world’s #1 sales trainer, 10X Movement Leader, and prominent real estate investor with $1.4B AUM.

    We discuss wealth mindset, and the importance of “getting known”. 

    We tell you why you must embrace good debt in order to build wealth.

    You start by asking yourself better questions.

    What... Read more

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    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac privatization could mean that the 30-year fixed amortizing loan - America’s favorite - disappears.

    Ridge Lending Group President Caeli Ridge & I discuss this and more.

    I describe the difference between primary and secondary mortgage markets.

    Mortgage inter... Read more

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    Alabama might be the top real estate investment state in the U.S. 

    Why?

    Low cost properties, low tax, landlord-friendly, growth, warm weather, and advantageous rent-to-value ratios.

    For cash flowing property, start at: GetRichEducation.com/Birmingham and Read more

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