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Smart real estate investing will give you the time and the money to live life on your own terms! We call that real wealth. Host Kathy Fettke is Co-CEO of Real Wealth Network, author of the best selling “Retire Rich with Rentals" and the host of companion podcast, Real Estate News for Investors. She launched this podcast in 2003 to share her own secrets and those of top experts in the real estate investing field. She along with guests like Robert Kiyosaki, Loral Langemeier, Peter Schiff, Doug ...
 
Don’t get caught off guard by market crashes that can take all your money down with them. And don’t miss out on markets where you can build wealth practically overnight. Real Estate News for Investors with Kathy Fettke is the premiere source for savvy real estate investors who want the edge. Stay up-to-date on new laws, regulations, and economic events that affect real estate. Topics include: market trends, economic analysis that affects housing prices, updates on the best rental markets for ...
 
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A company that helps people live “off-the-grid” in floating sea pod homes is now offering a different kind of live-work-play experience. Ocean Builders is converting a former cruise ship into a floating condominium complex off the coast of Panama for digital nomads, expats, researchers, start-ups, and crypto businesses. And you can own one for as l…
 
California voters will tackle three thorny real estate issues on November 3rd. One will raise taxes on a significant group of taxpayers, while another will provide a property tax reprieve, and a third will allow new rent control measures for virtually all rental properties, including single-family homes. In this episode, you’ll hear more about Prop…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 17th, 2020, mortgage rates hit a new low, the pandemic migration hits 16 million, and condos are headed for a comeback. We begin with economic news from this past week that shows mixed results. On the employment front, jobless claims surged to a 7-week high. www.NewsForInvestors.com…
 
If you’re thinking about hosting a Halloween party at the end of the month, you won’t be able to do it at an Airbnb. Airbnb announced a ban on one-night whole house reservations for Halloween weekend. It’s not only a way to keep peace with the hosts and with neighbors, but a way to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. www.NewsForInvestors.com…
 
The federal government issued new guidelines on the CDC eviction moratorium. It clears up some questions that legal experts have been debating on what landlords can and can’t do including when eviction proceedings can begin. While it clarifies certain aspects of the moratorium for property owners, some scholars say it may also make it more confusin…
 
Our guest today sent me a very sweet note. In it he said, "Having been a listener of your podcast for several years, I have learned about replacing my W-2 income with passive income from real estate investing." Well, that got my attention, so I invited David Vernich onto the Real Wealth Show to tell us how he's created a passive income stream, whil…
 
Our guest today sent me a very sweet note. In it he said, "Having been a listener of your podcast for several years, I have learned about replacing my W-2 income with passive income from real estate investing." Well, that got my attention, so I invited David Vernich onto the Real Wealth Show to tell us how he's created a passive income stream, whil…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 10th, 2020... Fed Chief calls for more stimulus, the job market recovery cools off, and a haunted house appears on Zillow. We begin with economic news from this past week, and comments from Fed Chief Jerome Powell about the need for more stimulus. In a speech to the National Association for…
 
The Small Business Administration says it has begun PPP loan forgiveness after some frustrating delays. The Paycheck Protection Program was introduced in April, and tens of thousands of small business owners have been waiting to have those loans forgiven. Banks say the process for converting loans into grants has been complicated, but the SBA says …
 
There’s a new twist on the old timeshare. It’s a start-up called Pacaso that takes the timeshare model and expands it to something closer to owning your own single-family vacation home. Instead of owning a second home and all the costs that go along with it, Pacaso finds co-owners to share the expense. Scheduling for use of the home is flexible, an…
 
Home buyers searching for affordable markets may be changing the political landscape. A new Realtor.com analysis shows that blue state home buyers are searching for new homes in red states. It’s unclear if these search results represent actual migrations, but they could indicate a shift in voter preferences for several important swing states. And t…
 
Getting started in real estate doesn’t have to be a difficult process. It just requires getting started. And the more you learn, the faster you'll want to get on it. Today's guest was working for a tech startup just 3 years ago - and it happened to be a real estate platform. And he was required to learn about real estate investing as part of the jo…
 
Getting started in real estate doesn’t have to be a difficult process. It just requires getting started. And the more you learn, the faster you'll want to get on it. Today's guest was working for a tech startup just 3 years ago - and it happened to be a real estate platform. And he was required to learn about real estate investing as part of the jo…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 3rd, 2020... the sale of new homes hit a big milestone in September, small business owners are feeling optimistic about survival, and why the daily commute could be gone for good. We begin with economic news from this past week that has been overshadowed by news that President Trump tested …
 
Official reports on consumer prices show that inflation is on the low side, but the true cost of living feels a little different. The cost of things that people are actually buying have risen sharply during the pandemic -- things like food, cleaning products, used cars, medical care, and real estate. Although the Fed feels that we’re likely to see …
 
Do you have a particular market where you’d like to own some rental property? Is it a market that you don’t find listed on our website or haven’t been able to get help with as an investor? Are you looking to purchase an investment property that may or may not be turnkey with property management? Maybe you'd prefer to renovate the property yourself?…
 
Do you have a particular market where you’d like to own some rental property? Is it a market that you don’t find listed on our website or haven’t been able to get help with as an investor? Are you looking to purchase an investment property that may or may not be turnkey with property management? Maybe you'd prefer to renovate the property yourself?…
 
Many people have reported an unusual side effect of the pandemic. They say they’ve been having more intense dreams than normal, and can often remember them when they wake up. Sleep experts call them “quarandreams.” And oddly enough, many of them are focused on “real estate.” Sleep experts say it’s not surprising that people are dreaming more vividl…
 
The housing market is red hot. The national median home price rose 13% year-over-year in September. Active listings fell 28% to an all-time low. Sales of new U.S. homes accelerated by 4.8% in August, to an annual rate of one-million units. That’s the highest since 2006. New home inventory fell to a 3.3 months of supply lowest level on records that …
 
The housing market is red hot. The national median home price rose 13% year-over-year in September. Active listings fell 28% to an all-time low. Sales of new U.S. homes accelerated by 4.8% in August, to an annual rate of one-million units. That’s the highest since 2006. New home inventory fell to a 3.3 months of supply lowest level on records that …
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending September 26th, 2020... home sales hit new highs, remote workers head south, and a new color-of-the-year for your wall. We begin with economic news from this past week, and testimony from Fed Chief Jerome Powell that rattled stock investors. As you know, Wall Street doesn’t like uncertainty, and th…
 
The presence of a Whole Foods on the ground level of an apartment building provides a big bump in rental rates for landlords. There’s a new study that shows renters will pay a premium to live so close to a high-end grocery store. The so-called “premium grocer effect” also applies to single-family neighborhoods with an impact on home prices and equi…
 
Existing home inventory is down. It’s gotten much worse since the start of the pandemic. Realtor.com says there are almost 400,000 fewer homes on the MLS than there were at the same time last year. The lack of inventory is pushing home prices higher, and reducing the number of days it takes to sell a home. That’s pushing many homebuyers and investo…
 
Demand for single-family homes is skyrocketing in some markets, and the new build-to-rent trend is on fire to help meet that demand. Today on the Real Wealth Show, we’ll hear from a property manager in Florida who's in the middle of this new rental strategy. He says demand is so strong, there’s no shortage of tenants and that investors are lining u…
 
In this video episode of the Real Wealth Show, you'll hear from a cash flow expert who retired "twice" by the age of 39. Chris Miles worked as a traditional financial advisor and stock coach for years, but now calls himself an anti-financial advisor who teaches people how to quickly get their money working for them (hint: he's big on real estate an…
 
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