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Best Keith Weinhold podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Keith Weinhold podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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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 ...
 
Matt Bowles interviews today’s most interesting real estate investors, entrepreneurs, and world travelers and pulls out actionable tips and advice that you can begin applying in your own life each week. Hear personal stories about their worst failures, biggest breakthroughs, amazing travel adventures, and most valuable lessons learned on their journey to financial success, location independence and lifestyle freedom. Guests include investment property owners traveling the world on their pass ...
 
Hosted by Colin Murphy, the Torcana podcasts are for anybody who wants to learn more about building a rental property portfolio with strong cashflow and stable tenants. In plain English and with lots of real life examples, Colin & his guests talk about the lessons learned and mistakes made when buying, renovating, managing and selling millions of dollars worth of rental properties. They focus on the nuts and bolts of real estate investing and try to give actionable and practical tips with ev ...
 
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Homes with many small bedrooms are hotly desired today. Why? In an economic rough patch, people need roommates. Secondly, home offices are more popular than ever. Residents increasingly want yards today too. Gardening is popular as a hedge against disruptions in the food supply chain. This all makes single-family homes more popular than apartments.…
 
DESCRIPTION: On this episode, the tables are turned and Matt Bowles is interviewed by Becky Gillespie about his activism, social justice background and nomadic lifestyle. This wine-induced conversation off the coast of Dubai starts off talking about Matt’s path getting fired from his job, transitioning to become a location independent entrepreneur,…
 
Turnkey RE providers must acquire distressed property at a discount in order to stay in business. We go behind-the-scenes and see how these companies really operate. They take risks, maintain relationships with myriad parties, coordinate contractors, bear holding costs, buy & store materials, screen & place tenants, and operate a management divisio…
 
DESCRIPTION: Shambrekia Wise tells her story of growing up in a small, low-income Arkansas town with less than 1,000 residents, but having a loving community and developing her passions for science, adventure and learning about the world through books. After getting her Master’s Degree in Public Health, she opens up about being diagnosed with Multi…
 
Learn how to “get rich for sure” versus “get rich quick”. You must diverge from the herd to get more out of life. Today’s guest, 24-year-old Hayden Crabtree, found that he owned more property than his college real estate professor. After college, he worked to learn rather than earn. He worked for free for over a year! That’s how he attracted a real…
 
Dr. Dina Cuervo shares her personal upbringing in a Los Angeles immigrant community, plagued by violence and institutional racism. She shares her path to becoming a clinical psychologist and her passion for supporting under-served communities of color that have been victimized by trauma. Dina then explains the psychological trauma caused by systemi…
 
Pros and cons of getting paid a permanent government housing subsidy are explored. But first, I discuss your future in light of the current pandemic crisis - housing supply, 2020 vs. 2008 recession differences, economic “vaccine”, current 13.3% unemployment rate. “Section 8” is the primary federal government program that subsidizes three groups: lo…
 
In this episode, Matt Bowles contextualizes the U.S. movement to defund and dismantle police departments in the history of institutionalized white supremacy and police violence in the United States. He talks about the consistency of police violence and repression of the Black community for hundreds of years without pause, from slavery to the convic…
 
College real estate is in deep trouble. Commercial leases of all types are in trouble because they often have 10-year terms. Who wants to make 10-year decisions today? Residential B and C-class SFHs up to four-plexes in the suburbs make a lot of sense today. We’ve had 33 recessions since 1860. They’re common. Mortgage rates hit all-time lows again,…
 
In this episode, Matt Bowles contextualizes the U.S. uprising in the history of institutionalized white supremacy in the United States. He discusses the lynching of George Floyd in the context of systemic racialized state violence. He then talks about how police are currently attacking nonviolent protesters and journalists, and how the situation is…
 
Making a lasting impact is rare. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable. You get more focus time by opting-out of life's needless direct message notifications. You get more cash flow by minimizing the amount of real estate principal that you pay down. The author of the popular new book, The Wealthy Gardener, John Soforic joins us. It is about les…
 
In this episode, Matt Bowles explains how to navigate the latest U.S. real estate trends and make smart real estate investing decisions during the COVID-19 Era. He begins by giving tips on optimizing your rent collection during the eviction moratorium. He then moves on to talk about strategies for stabilizing your cash flow, including the option of…
 
Deflation is occurring before long-term inflation is expected. When people stop buying things, manufacturers can’t charge enough, so they stop making products. This results in more layoffs. Our national debt is $26 trillion. It’s doubtful that it will ever be repaid. This is why The Fed must inflate. MidSouthHomeBuyers.com has provided our listener…
 
Caeli Ridge shares her entrepreneurial journey and her path to becoming the owner and CEO of Ridge Lending Group. She talks about her own real estate investing experience buying over 40 rental properties of her own and also helping tens of thousands of real estate investors build their rental property portfolios with conventional mortgage financing…
 
You really can gain intelligence in order to achieve wealth and success. Guest John Assaraf guides us in learning how. John is an expert in helping people achieve more. He grew RE/Max of Indiana to nearly $5 billion in sales. Success often comes from making “non-conforming” choices. I give you three examples of my own non-conforming decisions: movi…
 
New York Times Bestselling Author and CPA Diane Kennedy return to The Maverick Show to break down all the U.S. Government's stimulus bills, how to get free money, and which of the new programs are applicable to you--whether you're unemployed, self-employed, a freelancer, a business owner, or a real estate investor. She explains the incredible boost…
 
Learn the history of interest rates, 1971-2020. Mortgage rates just hit all-time lows. Tenants are generally reliably paying the rent during the pandemic. Why? Government pays their income; expenses are lower because they can’t travel anywhere to spend. They have more to spend on the rent. Unnecessary businesses are collapsing: spas, salons, theatr…
 
Keith Weinhold returns to the Maverick Show to discuss real estate investing during the pandemic. Keith explains some of the fundamental differences between the Great Recession of 2008-2009 compared with the 2020 recession, especially as related to the real estate market. Keith explains how current supply and demand factors are likely to impact U.S…
 
Can you count on rent collection in the pandemic? Could home prices drop? Is it better to buy property today, or say, six months from now? If you think that the pandemic will drag on for years and badly affect the economy, stay on the sidelines. Most think it'll bounce back this summer. I talk with guest Gregg Cohen, who helps manage 3,500 rental u…
 
You can postpone mortgage payments with forbearance. If you collect rent payments from your tenants, can you pocket it all and not pay your mortgage? What a windfall! (Complete episode transcript is below. Read along as you listen.) In crisis times, your cash flow is your cushion. Last year, the publication “Emerging Trends In Real Estate” forecast…
 
In this episode, Matt Bowles shares the top resources he has compiled to help you thrive in the COVID-19 era. He starts by highlighting podcast episodes 77-81 which focused specifically on skills, tactics, opportunities, and problem-solving frameworks to thrive during the quarantine. He then goes on to announce the new Maverick Show “Resources” pag…
 
Arthur Worsley returns to The Maverick Show from under quarantine in Bali. He shares problem-solving techniques that entrepreneurs can use to assess, adapt and pivot their businesses in challenging times. He also shares the key question that all business owners need to ask themselves immediately. Arthur then goes on to talk about productivity techn…
 
Real estate investors should know something about Florida. Why? Migration. Navigating today’s property market takes more care than it did last year due to the pandemic. Primary residence buyers are being shut out. Investment property buyers are better off because “wannabe” homeowners must become renters due to higher mortgage qualification standard…
 
You get a clear answer to that question from both me and the Chief Economist of the oldest investment firm of its type in America, as he joins me today. Recession and depression differences are defined. Learn what created the 1930s Great Depression and 2000s Great Recession. You’re now living in what I call: “The Great Shutdown Of 2020”, induced by…
 
Liam Martin jumps back on the podcast from under quarantine in Canada. He describes the impact COVID-19 has had on his two primary businesses—one of which increased sales and one of which was completely ground to a halt. He gives specific advice to entrepreneurs about how to assess the effects on your business, and how to adjust or pivot accordingl…
 
Torcana Podcast 38: A special conversation with Keith Weinhold of Get Rich Education. Colin Murphy & Keith Weinhold co-host this special show which discusses the unprecedented volatility in the global economy and how we see the coronavirus affecting local real estate markets in the short, medium and long term.Keith is a well-known investor and educ…
 
Kristin Wilson jumps back on the podcast from isolation in Miami and shares the mental and emotional techniques she is using to keep her spirits up and remain productive under the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Orders. She gives tips on meditation resources, the importance of limiting news and social media, and increasing substantive virtual social connecti…
 
It grows through recessions. No tenants. No loans. Own trees and the land beneath it, titled how you choose. Experience growth in both the timber size, and often, value of your investment. A long-revered timber type is teak. Its natural oils make it unusually resistant to fire and termites. Demand - Today, teak is used in flooring, countertops, ven…
 
Sean Tierney jumps back on the podcast from isolation in a remote villa in northern Bali. He shares tips on disaster preparedness and explains how he and his housemates have physically, emotionally and socially prepared for 6 months of quarantine. He shares techniques for keeping fit under lockdown, keeping spirits up, and also discusses the import…
 
A 10-step plan to ensure that your tenant pays the rent is revealed. In order, they are: proactivity, commitment, empathy, requirement, options, late fee, installments, security deposit, assistance, documentation. Real estate investors have time to react to the pandemic. Stock investors often didn’t. They lost 10%, 20%, 30% within weeks. Learn how …
 
Ali Greene jumps back on the podcast from under COVID-19 lockdown in France to share Emergency work-from-home techniques that everyone can begin implementing immediately. She discusses best practices for maintaining routine in a changed environment, navigating new work-life-family balances, creating new ‘workspace’ boundaries, and tips for communic…
 
Unemployment is rising. Mortgage rates hit record lows two weeks ago. Stocks have fallen 32% from recent highs. Oil has fallen with a thud. Your life has changed in order to control the spread of the novel coronavirus. (**The entire episode transcript is below. You can read along as you listen.) Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and HUD have suspended forec…
 
Fuad Agoro discusses growing up in Chicago as the son of Nigerian immigrants, excelling at sports, and eventually discovering entrepreneurship and becoming passionate about world travel. Matt and Fuad discuss their travels in West Africa, especially in Senegal and Nigeria. Fuad tells the story of his visit to Lagos, Nigeria during the music-festiva…
 
The novel coronavirus threatens life, business, and the economy. 11 years of U.S. economic expansion could end soon. (**The entire episode transcript is below. You can read along as you listen.) Closed businesses mean that supply chains are disrupted. This could make it difficult for flippers and value-add apartment projects. Travel, hospitality, a…
 
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