1325: Senior Housing Investing, Appreciation & a Fed Induced Bubble w/ Ali Wolf

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Jason Hartman and Rabbi Evan Moffic start off today's show discussing the major issue of senior housing. It's quite possible that it's been overbuilt and Jason and Evan discuss how you as an investor can take advantage of the aging at home trend. Then we have a second part of Jason's extended interview with Ali Wolf, Director of Economic Research at Meyers Research, LLC., about wage growth, inflation, home appreciation and why interest rates have created some of the bubble that we find ourselves in. Key Takeaways: [4:27] Senior housing may have been way overbuilt [10:45] One of the biggest miscalculations with senior housing was that they thought 65 would remain "old" [13:04] The way to take advantage, as an investor, of the increase in elderly people staying in homes then make sure you're including single story properties in your portfolio [18:41] Jason's prediction on the future of Uber/Lyft/etc drivers Ali Wolf Interview: [20:26] Collective wage growth since 2015 is 13%, but inflation and home prices have gone up 25%, causing a widening gap [24:51] Appreciation has slowed in most markets to the 2-3% range [29:16] The only 2 markets that have seen have a lot of growth in sales in the past 2 years are Indianapolis and Phoenix [32:01] Ali thinks the next downturn could be caused by a "Fed Induced Bubble" Website: www.MeyersResearchLLC.com www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

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