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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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Airbnb is taking another proactive step to prevent house parties over the Fourth of July weekend. It launched a new campaign called “Summer of Responsible Travel” which bans one-night rentals and last-minute bookings for guests who don’t have a history of good reviews. The July 4th holiday is turning into what many feel is the BIG REOPENING after m…
 
There’s a new plan brewing to help delinquent borrowers and prevent another wave of foreclosures. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to extend the foreclosure moratorium through the end of this year and is currently asking for comments on the plan. But does the CFPB have the authority to do this? According to the Mortgage Bankers Associ…
 
Many investors work their way up from single-family rentals to larger multi-families, but in today’s episode, you’ll hear from someone who’s taking the opposite approach. Richard Woolley launched his personal investing career with the purchase of two triplexes but decided that single-family homes were the way to go. Richard has a Bachelor of Scienc…
 
Many investors work their way up from single-family rentals to larger multi-families, but in today’s episode, you’ll hear from someone who’s taking the opposite approach. Richard Woolley launched his personal investing career with the purchase of two triplexes but decided that single-family homes were the way to go. Richard has a Bachelor of Scienc…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending April 10th, 2021... an economic forecast from the International Monetary Fund, home price growth around the world, and a survey on having pets at work. Economic News We begin with economic news from this past week, and an upbeat forecast from the International Monetary Fund. The IMF raised its 2021…
 
Building a portfolio of rental properties can be your ticket to financial freedom. But it also exposes you to risks and the need for asset protection. One way to do this is by transferring your investment properties into an LLC, or another kind of legal entity, like a land trust. That topic inspires many questions among new investors including wher…
 
Building a portfolio of rental properties can be your ticket to financial freedom. But it also exposes you to risks and the need for asset protection. One way to do this is by transferring your investment properties into an LLC, or another kind of legal entity, like a land trust. That topic inspires many questions among new investors including wher…
 
Home buyers are making all sorts of sacrifices in today’s market. Without enough homes to meet demand, some buyers are eliminating contingencies and offering way more than the listing price. That may be a simple transaction if you’re paying cash, but for those getting a loan, a “gap” between the sky-high amount offered to clinch the deal and the ap…
 
Remote work has become a dream come true for many people. But, can it also become too much of a good thing? One UC Berkeley researcher predicts that cities will thrive again once the pandemic is under control. His arguments are compelling and support the idea of a metropolitan or suburban lifestyle with fewer days at the office and commutes that ar…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending April 3rd, 2021... an economic update from Fannie Mae, a surge in consumer optimism, and the return of the cicadas. Economic News We begin with economic news from this past week, and an updated economic forecast by Fannie Mae. The mortgage guarantee enterprise is expecting real GDP growth to hit 8.…
 
One of the best things about investing in real estate is the use of “other people’s money” or OPM. You can use OPM to pay for your deal while you get all the cash flow, appreciation and tax benefits. What do we need to know about the lending environment today? In this episode, we’ll hear from private real estate lender Brian Stark. Brian has more t…
 
One of the best things about investing in real estate is the use of “other people’s money” or OPM. You can use OPM to pay for your deal while you get all the cash flow, appreciation and tax benefits. What do we need to know about the lending environment today? In this episode, we’ll hear from private real estate lender Brian Stark. Brian has more t…
 
When the world shut down because of COVID-19, few people thought their work routine would change so drastically. It’s now more than a year since the virus forced people into a remote work environment, and with the pandemic threat diminishing, there are big questions about the best way to shift to a more hybrid model that combines workplace with wor…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending March 27th, 2021… the state of the economy from Treasury Secretary Yellen and Fed Chief Powell, what some see as a co-working rebound, and a new demand for golf course homes. www.NewsForInvestors.com Links: 1 - https://www.cnn.com/2021/03/23/economy/janet-yellen-jerome-powell-economy-recovery/index…
 
The push continues for a solution to lumber shortages and skyrocketing lumber prices. A large number of sawmills were shut down early last year, creating a major shortage of lumber for the construction industry. While there’s hope that sawmills will return to full capacity as people get vaccinated and social distancing mandates are relaxed, the Nat…
 
Individuals across the U.S. are getting a new round of stimulus checks worth more than $410 Billion. This is the third time the government has handed out money because of the pandemic. While many people are still suffering financially, the economy is also recovering, and that’s raising a lot of questions about whether people should save, spend, or …
 
This past year, we learned a lot about which states are more business-friendly than others. Some had mandatory shut downs, like California. The rules were particularly strict in Los Angeles where the city would turn the water and electricity off at businesses that defied the shut down order. On the other side of the country in Florida, the economy …
 
This past year, we learned a lot about which states are more business-friendly than others. Some had mandatory shut downs, like California. The rules were particularly strict in Los Angeles where the city would turn the water and electricity off at businesses that defied the shut down order. On the other side of the country in Florida, the economy …
 
In March of last year, the WHO officially announced COVID-19 as a global pandemic. And here we are, one year later. How has the pandemic has impacted the commercial real estate industry? And where we might be going from here? In this episode, we'll hear from John Boyd, Jr. of corporate site selection firm The Boyd Company. John's expert perspective…
 
In March of last year, the WHO officially announced COVID-19 as a global pandemic. And here we are, one year later. How has the pandemic has impacted the commercial real estate industry? And where we might be going from here? In this episode, we'll hear from John Boyd, Jr. of corporate site selection firm The Boyd Company. John's expert perspective…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending March 20th, 2021... why homebuilder confidence took a dip, why we won’t have a spring home-buying season, and superstitions that discourage homebuyers. We begin with economic news from this past week, and new assurances from the Federal Reserve about economic growth and inflation. While Fed officia…
 
New risk reduction policies at Fannie Mae could make it harder to get loans for single-family second homes and investment properties. The GSE sent letters to lenders saying it will impose a new 7% limit on the acceptance of those kinds of loans. Fannie is currently accepting a higher percentage. So what does that mean for investors? www.NewsForInve…
 
What happens when you dream of being a pilot but, after years of work in pursuit of that goal, you are told you don’t qualify? For one entrepreneurial woman, you take the skills that you’ve already developed and dedicate them to a new passion -- in this case, it was real estate. During her time with the U.S. Navy, Beka Shea earned her mechanical en…
 
What happens when you dream of being a pilot but, after years of work in pursuit of that goal, you are told you don’t qualify? For one entrepreneurial woman, you take the skills that you’ve already developed and dedicate them to a new passion -- in this case, it was real estate. During her time with the U.S. Navy, Beka Shea earned her mechanical en…
 
Dozens of New York City landlords are being accused of discriminating against people with housing vouchers. A housing rights watchdog group filed a federal lawsuit against 88 brokers and landlords after an undercover operation that involved recorded phone calls. The state of New York made it illegal to discriminate against tenants based on their so…
 
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