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Jun 18, 2016

Hillary Clinton came out ahead in the delegate count against Bernie Sanders but she's not the clear winner, yet. When it comes to speculating on the presidency, there's certainly a lot of concern about how she'd handle the job. Surprisingly, she's getting a lot of support from the real estate industry.

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, the real estate industry is throwing its support behind the Democratic front-runner. The group reported in February that Clinton raised $2.6 million from contributors in the real estate business and that real-estate tycoon Trump only raised about $53,000 from his peers.

Get the full transcript at www.NewsForInvestors.com

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Jun 16, 2016

Investors often buy bonds because they think they are safe. In reality, they are much riskier than you might think.

Slowed economic growth globally, resulting in negative interest rates abroad, are driving international investors to the safety of U.S. Treasuries.

This flight to safety has worked since treasury bonds and gold have outperformed stock market investments so far this year.

U.S. Treasury bonds are considered a “safe haven,” because investors have the full faith of the U.S. government to back the investment. But is government always so trustworthy a borrower?

Not for those who bought Puerto Rican bonds. Those investors may not see a penny back from their bond purchases, even though Puerto Rico’s constitution guarantees that bond payments must be made before all other payments. The governor has already stated he will not pay bondholders ahead of salaries and pensions, even though his constitution explicitly requires it.

This sounds like outright deception and fraud (yet with no government official facing an indictment). Innocent people bought those bonds based on promises made in the offering documents - promises made by the Secretary of State.

Keep an eye on other U.S. cities who can’t pay their bills due to extravagant government spending (Chicago). Whatever you do, don’t buy their bonds! They are NOT safe. You can watch on the sidelines as more and more investors snap up municipal bonds for yield and safety.

Get the details at: www.NewsForInvestors.com

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Jun 15, 2016

The stock market plunged again today, as investors grapple with worries over Brexit - the UK’s attempt at exiting the European Union. And it’s likely to remain in a state of chaos until June 23, when they vote on the matter.

According to MarketWatch, a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey showed that fund managers are hoarding cash at levels not seen in nearly 15 years. And those who are investing are choosing government bonds, which have pushed yields to records lows.

How low?

For the first time in history, the German 10-year bond, or “bund" yield turned negative for the first time, hitting minus 0.003%.

What? Why would anyone take a negative return? Fear.

Go ahead and pat yourself on the back for choosing steady 8-20% returns in real estate without all the drama of the stock market. :-)

Find out more at www.NewsForInvestors.com or text NETWORK to 72000.

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Jun 15, 2016

It's a return policy you'd expect from Best Buy or CostCo…a real estate start-up that promises a hassle-free buying and selling experience, is now offering a 30-day money-back guarantee for buyers.

Forget about buyer's remorse. OpenDoor Labs is trying to do away with the pressure that buyers feel when they're not sure if the home is a good fit. So if you move in, and you find out you don't like the neighbors, or there's a whole lot more traffic than you expected, or some other surprise, OpenDoor says you can change your mind within the first 30 days.

Like most San Francisco start ups, it's a great idea that still needs to prove itself. Do you think it will?

Get the details at:
www.NewsForInvestors.com

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Jun 14, 2016

Donald Trump is headed for the November election with a strong chance of getting into the Oval Office. Who would have thought this possible just one year ago?

But now there is some concern there could be a conflict of interest between his potential job as President of the United States and his global business empire.

CNN reports that, "Donald Trump's 500 businesses would pose an unprecedented ethical dilemma. CNN Money spoke with several lawyers that specialize in ethics. They all said that Trump would have more potential business conflicts that any other U.S. President.

Trump wouldn't be the first President to have a lot of money, but he would be the first President to preside over such a large international business empire. Some presidents with business interests that may be viewed as a conflict have put those businesses in blind trusts during their terms. But that's not a requirement. It's only a choice.

Please note: I was a Republican all my life. This election has changed that.

For the full transcript, go to www.NewsForInvestors.com

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Jun 9, 2016

The big banks are now making it easier to scrape that down payment together. Just a few months after Bank of America announced a 3% down payment program, Wells Fargo and Chase are doing the same.

Are low-money down loans risky?

Some people think so, but normally people don't walk away from their mortgages because they put zero down, 3% down or even 20% down. They walk because they can't make the payment - usually because they face some kind of crisis like job loss, divorce or illness.

Plus, mortgage payments in most of the U.S. are far lower than rents, so there would be no incentive to lose the property - especially with home prices on the rise.

How will this affect investors? It might be easier to flip properties to first time homebuyers in certain markets.

Get the full transcript at: www.NewsforInvestors.com

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Jun 7, 2016

A small change on Wall Street that could have big implications for real estate investment trusts. The new plan will thrust REITs into the spotlight and possibly attract billions of new investment dollars.

The S&P 500 will be taking real estate stocks out of the financials group and placing them in their very own sector.

How will this affect you as a real estate investor?

Get the full story at www.NewsForInvestors.com

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Jun 6, 2016

Does last week’s weak jobs report signal a weak economy or worse, a looming recession?

Last week, Federal Reserve Chairwoman, Janet Yellen, mentioned there could be another rate increase in the coming months due to steady job growth and strong economic factors.

But on Friday, the Labor Department released a very shocking jobs report. June tends to be a volatile month for stocks anyway, and a slow down in the economy could make it worse. Don’t assume this period of relative stability we’ve enjoyed since February will continue.

And if the stock market weakens, we’ll continue to see a slowdown in high end real estate. That generally means there would be a boom in middle class housing as people look for more affordable places to live.

If you own investment property, make sure they are located in recession-proof cities. Get a list of the most stable cities for owning rental property at www.NewsForInvestors.com/join the network

Get the full transcript at www.NewForInvestors.com

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Jun 4, 2016

It’s always best to buy when there’s not much competition.

So if you’re looking for a luxury, mega mansion, now’s your time! You could save millions of dollars on your purchase, thanks to a slump this year in high end real estate.

While this is all quite a lot of fun to talk about, it's a bit eery that Harry Dent gave this exact prediction when he was a guest on the Real Wealth Show.

You can find that show here: http://www.realwealthnetwork.com/real-wealth-show/radio-show-archives/

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Jun 2, 2016

Terrifying new legislation designed to fight zombie foreclosures in New York just passed the assembly there. Lenders, beware! Property owners and investors in New York need to pay close attention as well.

The legislation is designed to help municipalities protect themselves from zombie properties by creating a statewide registry of the properties and require banks and mortgage lenders to report them.

If this bill passes, it would require lenders and servicers to maintain properties once they become vacant and abandoned.

Get the full transcript at www.NewForInvestors.com

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Jun 1, 2016

It's being called "The Most Valuable Real Estate in Space" and the Pentagon is working hard to protect it. Military officials are spending billions of dollars on ways to shield sensitive satellites from potential enemies in space.

This isn't your typical real estate story but it's one that could have an umbrella effect on any real estate you own in this world. And the technology you use to conduct business.

Get the full transcript at www.NewForInvestors.com

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Jun 1, 2016

Surge in Baby Boomer Rental Demand
Baby boomers spending habits have driven the economy for 6 decades. And even though they are at, or nearing retirement age and slowing down on spending, they are still influencing the economy… in unexpected ways.

Landlords at a recent conference for rental housing say there's a "surprising surge" in the number of older people choosing the life of a tenant over homeowner.

Real Estate Consultant, Jeff Kottmeier says there was a big buzz about older renters at the recent National Multifamily Housing Conference. He heard from a number of landlords who say many applicants are older people who have sold their homes and want to rent a luxury apartment that's within walking distance of shops, restaurants and entertainment.

Realtor.com’s chief economist, Jonathan Smoke says walkable urban centers and college towns are seeing some of the highest growth from baby boomers moving in.

They tend to like condos near restaurants and shops, cultural venues, and places where they can take classes and stay active.

“The interesting trend is that the places where many young people want to live are the same places where many retirees want to live,” Smoke says.

As a result, builders are constructing more downtown living style condos specifically for seniors, according to Isabell Kerins, a director of product and business development at John Burns Real Estate Consulting.

Developers are also creating more “urban suburbs” to appeal to boomers who want the urban lifestyle but don’t want to move into the city core. For example, some builders are looking to create walkable areas in suburbs with condos near restaurants and retail stores to appeal to baby boomers' urban desires.

Chief Demographer, Chris Porter at the John Burns Real Estate Consulting firm says that 80% of early, or older, baby boomers still own their own homes. But he says an analysis of homeownership trends indicate that even among older baby boomers, a percentage of them will transition from owning to renting.

The U.S. Census Bureau says there are 8 million people ages 55 to 74, who are currently heading their households. So even a small percentage of that number transitioning into rentals, could have a substantial impact on the rental market.

Some researchers say that most seniors would probably "prefer" to stay in their homes but are having a tough time holding on to them. According to Rolf Pendall of the Urban Institute, he's noticed a decline in the number of senior homeowners since about 1990 with a big drop during the financial crisis.

He says seniors who own their homes will continue to outnumber seniors who rent, but the number of older renters will likely accelerate over the next 15 years. He and his colleagues are anticipating a growth of senior homeownership from about 20 million in 2010 to 33.7 million in 2030.

For senior renters, they predict a rise from 5.8 million in 2010 to 12.2 million in 2030 - that's double the number of senior renters today.

This data is very important for builders and real estate investors. If their prediction is correct, the nation will need 6.4 million rental units to accommodate this rental demand among aging seniors.

Why would a senior choose renting over owning?

Several reasons:

Tight credit standards and mortgage underwriting are a few of the issues that could prevent Baby Boomers from buying property. Rising rents and stagnant wages are a few more possibilities. And for seniors on a fixed income, keeping up with a hot housing market may be next to impossible.

Plus, if a 60 year old Baby Boomer buys a home on a 30 year fixed rate mortgage, he or she would own the home free and clear by age 90. The only benefit at that point is being able to provide a home in inheritance.

That’s not quite as enticing as buying a home at age 32 - the typical age for buying one’s first home.

May 27, 2016

Middle-class families living in the San Francisco Bay Area could be heading for the exit in droves. High home prices are the biggest culprit along with traffic, taxes and a high cost of living.

A recent survey shows that 1/3rd of the people living in the Bay Area are thinking about moving away in the next few years. Surveyors for the Bay Area Council say that people are fed up with the lack of affordable housing and high prices in general. They are also tired of sitting in traffic.

Real estate investors can profit by understanding where people are moving, so as to meet rental housing demand in those areas.

Visit www.NewsforInvestors.com for a list of the best markets today for high cash flow and potential appreciation due to job and population growth.

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May 25, 2016

The Census Bureau just released a new list of fastest growing cities in the U.S., which is timely because June through August tend to be the busiest months for a move.

This data shows the most popular destinations from 2014 to 2015... and the state that is getting most of those transplants is Texas. The Lone Star state had 5 cities on a top-ten list.

Two cities in Florida also made #1 and #2 on Realtor.com's migration list.

Get the details at www.NewsforInvestors.com or text the word "NETWORK" to the number 72000.

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May 24, 2016

There's a new app that will take the guesswork out of rent pricing. It's an auction app that lets prospective tenants bid on the rent. It could be a good tool to determine market value, but it's already ruffling some feathers among housing advocates.

The new "Rentberry" app launched in San Francisco and New York on May 17th. Those are the nation's two priciest cities for rentals so it's not clear how much of a bidding war you might create...

www.NewsforInvestors.com

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May 24, 2016

This was a historic month for businesses who hope to raise money from investors. Security laws that have been in place for more than 80 years were replaced with modern, new rules. These changes will also affect how real estate investors raise capital for deals they find.

New crowdfunding rules kicked in last week on May 16th that make it possible for small businesses and start-ups to raise money from nearly anyone.

Find out how you can raise $1M for your real estate project.

www.NewForInvestors.com

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May 21, 2016

IMN's 4th Annual Single Family Investment Forum took place in Miami, Florida this week, where the industry's largest hedge funds met along with midsize and small funds, to discuss the state of the rental housing industry.

I had the honor of attending this event as a panelist for the second time, and found it so information-packed, I wanted to share the highlights with you.

Main thoughts: it’s the ground floor of an industry. These Wall Street funds are committed to growing and are planning to buy about 1,000 homes this year.

But don't worry. The panel reminded us that the institutional funds are less than 2% of the industry and they are very targeted in what they buy. Individual investors can actually do much better and get much higher yields because of their flexibility.

If you'd like a list of done-4-you rental property providers in the strongest markets, join the network. It's free!

For the full transcript, go to: www.News4Investors.com

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May 18, 2016

One of a handful of Wall Street firms that offered financing, to investors who own rental properties, is now out of business and 30 employees are now out of work. What happened?

Firstkey Mortgage, LLC started offering financing to landlords 3 years ago to help fund investors that were taking advantage of the opportunity to buy distressed property at historically low prices with historically high cap rates. But according to Bloomberg News, the volume of loans being made wasn’t large enough to justify the infrastructure costs.

Higher home prices may be to blame. U.S. home prices have climbed more than 30% from their 2012 low, making purchases less attractive for some investors. The share of institutional buyers in the housing market - those that acquire at least 10 homes in a year - fell to 2.6% in the first quarter, down from 3.4% a year earlier. That marks the 11th consecutive decline, according to RealtyTrac.

Real estate investors can only get up to 10 conventional loans through Fannie and Freddie. If they want more property, they only have a few other choices.

For the full transcript, go to www.NewsForInvestors.com

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May 17, 2016

The Panama Canal’s long awaited $5.5 billion expansion is nearly complete, after nearly a decade since it’s approval. Ports on the East Coast of the U.S. have been gearing up for the new larger container ships soon headed their way. And all those new jobs are sure to affect real estate values in those port cities.

Last month, dozens of people gathered at the Panama Canal Authority's headquarters to see which ship would be chosen for the maiden voyage scheduled for June 26. Cosco, a Chinese shipping company, was the winner.

The Panama Canal expansion effectively doubles the canal’s capacity, allowing new mega container ships to make it through the canal for travel directly to the East Coast. These new ships are called Post Panamax ships and are nearly double in size.

Until now, supersize vessels could only fit in the ports of Long Beach, CA or Seattle, WA and then the cargo would be shipped across the country to the East Coast via trucks or trains. Or, the cargo would have to go on smaller ships that could fit through the canal. Now these goods can travel on one ship instead of two, which will save companies thousands of dollars in shipping costs.

As soon as the Panama Canal expansion was announced in 2007, port authorities from Miami to New York started racing to complete their own expansion programs. They hope to be the first to accommodate these new larger vessels by dredging deeper shipping channels, but at a very high cost.

It has all sparked fierce debate in Jacksonville, Florida, as port officials there fight to remain competitive.

For the full transcript, go to www.NewsForInvestors.com

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May 16, 2016

Listen up Bernie fans. This show is for you.

Big government with big promises do not work, no matter how lovely those promises sound.

Chicago, the nation’s 3rd largest city, is the perfect example. Government workers are demanding their full pension, even as the city heads toward bankruptcy. Each household now owes more than $61,000 in future taxes to pay down more than $63 billion in bonds and pension shortfalls.

In a desperate attempt to pay down the debt last Fall, Chicago’s City Council passed Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s $7.8 billion budget, which included a 72% property tax increase!

More people will be forced to move out of the city and into the suburbs.

There’s another reason why people will be moving out into the suburbs - they don’t want to be the ones who pay off the government debt!

This is exactly what happened in Detroit. Taxpayers fled Detroit for decades as the city’s tax bill kept growing while vital government services were slashed - such as public safety and quality education.

With increased debt and fewer tax payers, Detroit filed for Chapter 9 in July 2013. This allowed the city to restructure its debt, officially snuffing out $7 billion of debt by cutting pensions and payments to creditors.

Bankruptcy may be the only solution for Chicago now as well.

But Detroit’s problem was much smaller. That city has about one-third the population of Chicago. And Detroit’s retirement funding gap was $3.5 billion, with each resident liable for $5,100. Chicago’s is five-times that.

With all this information, is Chicago still a good market for real estate investors?

For the full transcript: visit www.NewsForInvestors.com

And consider coming to our live event on May 21st. Get the details here.

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May 12, 2016

The federal government is cracking down on financial advisors who may be skimming too much money off client retirement accounts. New rules will force them to act in the client's best interest, instead of their own. While that only sounds fair, some financial institutions are reacting, saying the new rule could backfire.

But it could save investors $18 Billion.

Get the full transcript at www.NewsForInvestors.com

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May 11, 2016

More government meddling in the private business sector is making headline news today and for good reason. Yesterday, a federal judge blocked the planned merger of Staples and Office Depot, citing antitrust concerns. While it’s certainly an interesting story, it will affect real estate values.

Get the full transcript at www.NewsforInvestors.com

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May 11, 2016

Home prices are soaring across the country, which the National Association of Realtors blames mostly on a lack of supply.  So why aren’t builders providing more inventory?

Simply put, new environmental protection regulations and municipal fees are stopping builders in their tracks.

According to the National Association of Home Builders, regulatory fees for new home construction have increased by nearly 30% over the last five years.

Unfortunately, those costs get passed on to the consumer. Local impact fees, storm-water discharge permits, and new construction codes have all increased in cost at approximately the same rate as the average price for new homes.

For the full transcript, go to www.NewsForInvestors.com

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May 10, 2016

Rents are continue to climb to historic levels in some markets while they are actually starting to soften in others.

Find out where by visiting www.NewsforInvestors.com

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May 7, 2016

This is a special announcement for my Real Estate News listeners. It's your last chance to sign up for Real Wealth Network's first Mastermind. It starts the week of May 23.

Napoleon Hill said in his timeless classic, Think And Grow Rich, that a Mastermind is "the coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose, in the spirit of harmony."

He continues…

"No two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible intangible force, which may be likened to a third mind."

It will be a 3-month process - meeting via phone or in-person. All we ask is that you give this show a rating and review. On iTunes, you just search for "Real Estate News", click on my face, and there will be 3 tabs at the top. Click on “Reviews" and you'll be able to click on the stars and then leave a review.

Send what you said over to info@realwealthnetwork.com and we'll register you for the Mastermind. Our rankings are based on your ratings. Thank you for your support!

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