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Your morning shot of what's new in the world of real estate investing. Daily real estate investment outlook from investor, syndicator, developer and author Victor J. Menasce, so that you can compress timeframes as a real estate investor or developer. Weekday shows are 5 minutes of high energy, high impact awesomeness. The weekend edition consists of interviews with notable guests including Robert Kiyosaki, Robert Helms, Peter Schiff, Chris Martenson, Mark Victor Hansen, George Ross, Ed Griff ...
 
Now celebrating its second year, Talking Architecture & Design is Australia’s first B2B architecture podcast that regularly talks about a range of issues that affect Australia’s architects, building designers and built environment professionals.Run by Australia’s most popular architecture magazine, Architecture & Design, the Talking Architecture & Design podcast gives a regular bite-sized dose of what is important and sometimes what is just plain old interesting to anyone and everyone in the ...
 
It's the great Minnesota get together -- the Minnesota State Fair! On this "Podcast On A Stick," food experts Stephanie March (Minneapolis-St. Paul magazine) and Stephanie Hansen (Stephanie's Dish) do what they do best: eat and talk about it! They also touch on other fair essentials like music, contests, events and more. It's the essential guide to the Minnesota State Fair. It's "Podcast On A Stick!"
 
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On today’s show we’re going to take a short trip through the history books. We’re not going back to Roman times, or ancient Greece. Although there are numerous powerful lessons in history that we could easily apply to today’s environment. No. On today’s show we’re going back to the fall of 2019, and then we’re going to go back to the fall of the ye…
 
On today’s show we’re going to be replaying a conversation that I had with Adam Taggart on the Peak Prosperity Youtube Channel. Peak Prosperity is an organization run by my good friends Dr. Chris Martenson and Adam Taggart. The Peak Prosperity movement has over 1 million followers and they’re dedicated to helping people build resilience into their …
 
George Ross is well known as former executive vice president in the Trump Organization. He was a judge on the TV show The Apprentice. He taught at the law school at NYU for more than 20 years and is the author of two best selling books on real estate and negotiation. He has represented some of New York's most famous and wealthiest clients. It's alm…
 
It was a groundbreaking week. President Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States alongside Kamala Harris, his barrier-breaking Vice President, both working to reunite the nation and combat the raging virus. As President Biden gets to work, lawmakers are still working to impeach his predecessor, former President Donald Trump…
 
It was a groundbreaking week. President Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States alongside Kamala Harris, his barrier-breaking Vice President, both working to reunite the nation and combat the raging virus. As President Biden gets to work, lawmakers are still working to impeach his predecessor, former President Donald Trump…
 
This is part 2, a continuation from yesterday's show. Braxton from New Orleans asks: It feels like we are certainly departing from the status quo of the past 10-20 years. I have taken cash out of some of my small rental properties but struggle to re-deploy in more investment properties because prices continue to be pushed upward. There is a mountai…
 
Braxton here from the Greater New Orleans area. I am a long time listener to your show and I find great value in the breadth of content. I really enjoy the show format and this is the one podcast I can commit to on a daily basis. Thank you for all that you do for the Real Estate community. I know it must take an immense amount of effort to produce …
 
On today’s show we’re talking about the need for travel. It sounds strange to say “Need” when we’re talking about travel. According to a report just issued last week by hotel analytics firm STR global for the first week of January. Across the nation occupancy was 37.0% (-28.3%) Average daily rate (ADR)was US$87.97 (-27.1%). Revenue per available ro…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about what is money, and what is economic output? On today’s show I’m going to put forward a monetary theory that might be worth considering in today’s environment of rampant printing of money. In order for something to be considered money, it has to satisfy three criteria. It must be a store of value It must be a mean…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about foreign exchange. The question is what does foreign exchange tell us about our investments and our point of reference? You might be sitting in your living room as you listen to this podcast. You think you’re standing still, but in truth the earth is spinning at 1,037 miles per hour at the equator, or roughly 70% …
 
Today's show is a conversation with an extraordinary human being. Tom Dreesen has been in show business for 50 years. Along the way, Tom has made over 500 appearances on national television as a standup comedian, including more than 60 appearances on The Tonight Show. He was one of David Letterman's favorite guests and frequently hosted the show in…
 
President Trump is now the first United States president to be impeached twice. This was the most bipartisan impeachment in history, but still only 10 House Republicans voted in favor of Trump’s impeachment. The panel discusses how the nation is bracing for both the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden as well as a second Trump impeachment tri…
 
President Trump is now the first United States president to be impeached twice. This was the most bipartisan impeachment in history, but still only 10 House Republicans voted in favor of Trump’s impeachment. The panel discusses how the nation is bracing for both the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden as well as a second Trump impeachment tri…
 
President Trump is now the first United States president to be impeached twice. This was the most bipartisan impeachment in history, but still only 10 House Republicans voted in favor of Trump’s impeachment. The panel discusses how the nation is bracing for both the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden as well as a second Trump impeachment tri…
 
President Trump is now the first United States president to be impeached twice. This was the most bipartisan impeachment in history, but still only 10 House Republicans voted in favor of Trump’s impeachment. The panel discusses how the nation is bracing for both the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden as well as a second Trump impeachment tri…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about water. We’re all attracted to water features on a property. A lake, a pond, a canal, a river. All these water features make a property more interesting than a flat area of grass. In addition to the visual appeal, water brings a positive environmental benefit to a property. It provides a refuge for nature, for bir…
 
We’ve worked our way through seasonal viewings and are now back on schedule with our next True Crime installment. On this episode we examine the unique and compelling case of Robert Hansen, who was a serial killer that operated around Anchorage, Alaska in the early 1980s. Alongside that case we also take a look the much-maligned “The Frozen Ground”…
 
AMA - Anu from San Diego asks: In the current SF real estate boom (last 6 months), the most growth has happened in the luxury end of the market. A new report from Redfin confirms this trend over the past year. Two questions: 1. I would like to know your opinion on why this has happened. 2. Do you think this is a temporary phenomenon or is it here t…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about one of the traps that the market might be luring investors with. When you make an investment in real property, this is often majority funded by permanent financing, usually amortized over a long time like 20-30 years. But if the market window for your demand is short term, then you’re at risk of making a bad inve…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about the notion of valuation or what is sometimes called price discovery. I was 13 years old when I got my first taste of price discovery. In Istanbul Turkey there is the largest covered bazaar that comprises over 61 streets and over 4,000 vendors. The vendor was trying to sell me a metal sword and a negotiation ensue…
 
Today is another AMA episode (ask me anything). Karla asks: Your book “Magnetic Capital” in my opinion is a quality , easy to follow book. Would you please share your own process to write, market and publish your book? Any highs and lows from lessons learned in the process that you can recommend? Have a successful year. Karla, This is a great quest…
 
Today’s question is a beginner question coming from Gord in Hamilton Ontario. He writes: We’re guiding our kids into adulthood in the context of real estate and investment. My kids are 20 and 22, one living at home working an HVAC apprenticeship and the other in university for teaching, living in another city and working part time. They are both ve…
 
On today’s show we talking about a cultural shift that is underway in one of the technology companies that defines the current era in which we live. On today’s show I’m going to connect the dots as a thought experiment. I’m going to draw a parallel between the post office and Google. The post office is a utility that provides some of the basic plum…
 
This question is from Anu in San Diego. I am a big fan of your show and i listen to all your episodes. I would like to know your opinion on the relative effect of upward vs downward forces on SF home prices. There is upward pressure on SF homes currently because of low interest rates and pent up demand. In the coming months, there may be downward p…
 
David in central valley California asks Hi Victor. I'm looking to develop a build to rent community of apartment sized single family homes. This will go from un- entitled vacant land all the way through to the sale of the built homes. My question is at what point are the impact fees paid. Is it while performing the horizontal land improvements and …
 
On today’s show we we are taking a deep look at the book called “This is Marketing” by Seth Godin For the longest time there has been confusion between the various words that surround the topic. What is selling? What is advertising? What is marketing? So many of the manipulations that we have accepted as normal we now almost universally reject as i…
 
It’s hard to believe that 2020 is almost in the history books, the year that seemed to bring one surprise after another. The news media are filled with retrospectives on this most unusual of years, 2020. They’re bringing you stories that got the most air time over the past year. What was it that defined 2020? For some it was the pandemic. For other…
 
What does it mean when restaurants close? What does it mean when restaurants close for real estate investors? On today’s show we’re going to take a deeper look at the restaurant industry. This year, 76 restaurants closed in Dallas, never to return. It’s common for some restaurants to fail even in a strong economy. But this year was different. Sever…
 
Wall Street and Main Street have had different philosophies for a long time when it comes to investing. Wall Street’s focus is securitizing the underlying businesses. They’ve created so many derivative products that create financial leverage. This is a packaging and re-packaging of investment vehicles into increasingly large opaque homogenized pool…
 
Ravi in Philadelphia asks I am a loyal listener to your podcast and greatly appreciate all the content that you provide. I was given an opportunity to invest in college student housing in Valdosta, Georgia adjacent to the state affiliated University. Numbers looked reasonably good, but as always I look at these things with a skeptical eye. My quest…
 
Savannah Arroyo is based in Los Angeles, California where she still works full time as a registered nurse. Over the past several years she has developed a multi-family portfolio focused on deep value-add projects. She has been syndicating deals with her husband and has gained a considerable following as the "Net Worth Nurse". You can connect with S…
 
Welcome to the Christmas Day edition of the podcast. Lawmakers in Washington were hard at work earlier this week passing a whole bucketload of gifts this holiday season. Governments around the world are grappling with the economic impact of the pandemic. The last financial aid spending was passed on March 27, just a couple of weeks into the pandemi…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about a technology company that looks to upend the back office work associated with real estate transactions. Real Estate closings haven’t changed very much in the past 20 years. In fact, I can say that a large percentage of real estate transactions don’t close on time. Sometimes it’s the fault of the lender who reques…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about one of the drivers for new housing. I was speaking with an appraiser this week. That conversation led to an insight that you will rarely stumble across in the news. It seems that 2020 has been a difficult year in more ways than one. We know that it has been difficult for the healthcare sector. We also know that 2…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about the impact of the next wave of the pandemic. I have to say, this is proving to be an emotional roller coaster. While our business has survived the pandemic surprisingly well, the signs of permanent economic damage are starting to show in the broad economy. As I drive down the street, the number of permanently clo…
 
I’m often asked by both friends and listeners to the show how we decide to take on a specific project versus passing on an opportunity. The fact is, there is no exact science. But we are looking for certain characteristics. It starts with the people. Are the right people involved? If not, there is no sense starting on the project. Then we need to l…
 
On today's show we're talking with George Ross about some of the structural changes underway in the world of retail. If you own retail space, or you are looking to acquire a retail property at a bargain, you'll want to listen to George's perspective. I'm not saying he has it 100% right in all cases. It's a perspective worth considering.…
 
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