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PLP-130 The Fourth Cure For A Small Account Balance

“Guard your wealth against loss by investing only where your principal is safe, where it may be reclaimed if desirable and where you will not fail to collect a fair rental. Consult with wise men. Secure the advice of those experienced in the profitable handling of money. Let their wisdom protect your wealth from unsafe investments.”

PLP – 129 Jill Underwood On How Various Market Cycles Of The Past Shaped Today’s Real Estate

PLP 129 | Market Cycles

Looking back at history is always a great way to discern how we got into the present. Joining Keith Baker to reflect on the previous market cycles of real estate is Jill Underwood. Together, they discuss the implications of the different crises and crashes the country has faced. Jill explains how the platforms of US Presidents directly affect the growth – or decline – of the real estate market. She details how the nation’s debt plays a role in keeping rates low, which is pretty clear with today’s pandemic-hit society. The two also discuss the new tax credit policy rolled out by the Federal Reserve System and the right approach to these free money situations.

PLP-127 The Third Law of Wealth

How to passively invest in real estate without liabilities, tenants, toilets, or termites. Discover how to protect your wealth and make it multiply by seeking advice from wise handlers of money.

PLP – 126: Avoiding Huge Debts In Your Equity Contracts With Matthew Sullivan

PLP 126 | Equity Contracts

Buying a new home is truly exciting, but every owner dreads one thing: debts. Most homeowners who want to get their hands on equity contracts turn to credit or reverse mortgages when acquiring a new property. Unfortunately, these only push them deeper into debt. Thankfully, Matthew Sullivan found a solution to this problem while boosting property ownership. Joining Keith Baker, he explains their work at QuantmRE that gives homeowners access to a portion of their home equity. Therefore, they are not only saved from debt but also tedious monthly payments and interest. Keith explains how this helps homeowners more than just saving money, innovating real estate transactions today.

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