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Episode Info: Get a market update. Next, I answer your listener questions: 1: How do I start if I know nothing about real estate? 2: What’s better: existing or new construction property? 3: How do I identify an “up-and-coming” neighborhood? 4: How do I raise the rent without losing the tenant? 5: What if there’s a recession?  I bring you today’s show from Anchorage, AK. Next week, we discuss four-plexes. The following week, declining interest rates and more Fed money-printing. 1) My FREE E-book and Newsletter at: GetRichEducation.com/Book 2) Your actionable turnkey real estate investing opportunity: GREturnkey.com 3) Read my best-selling paperback: getbook.at/7moneymyths __________________   Resources mentioned: Credit Score help: MyFico.com Neighborhood Research: NeighborhoodScout.com City-Data.com Mortgage Loans: RidgeLendingGroup.com Turnkey Real Estate: NoradaRealEstate.com eQRP: Text “QRP” to 72000 or: TotalControlFinancial.com JWB New Construction Turnkey: NewConstructionTurnkey.com Best Financial Education: GetRichEducation.com Find Properties: GREturnkey.com Follow us on Instagram: @getricheducation   Welcome to Get Rich Education, I’m your host Keith Weinhold.   It’s YOUR listener questions today; What’s The Best Guidance For Beginners, Comparing New Construction vs. Existing Construction Property, How To Identify An Up-And-Coming Neighborhood, How To Raise The Rent Without Losing Your Tenant, and How To Position Yourself In The Event Of A Recession.    All today, on Get Rich Education.  ______________________   Welcome to Get Rich Education! I’m your host, Keith Weinhold with Episode 265 and I’m answering your listener questions today.    First, let’s get you up-to-speed with our asset Class Whiparound.    The Fed lowered rates last Wednesday by a quarter-point again.   It IS their third quarter-point rate cut this year, bringing the upper bound of the Federal Funds rate down to 1.75%   Just before air time here:   Year-to-date, real estate is up 3.5% per the Freddie Mac Housing Price Index. The Case-Shiller National Home Price Index is at right about that same 3.5% appreciation rate.   Next, the Freddie Mac numbers show us 30-year and 15-year mortgage interest rates are just a touch more than 1% lower than they were one year ago.   Yes, your COST of money is cheaper now than it was either one year ago OR two years ago.   The stock market has been thriving. The S&P 500 Index is up more than 21% YTD. It’s flirting with all-time highs, as its over 3,000 points now.   Oil prices have not done so well, Down 17% year-over-year    Oppositely, Gold has thrived as it’s up 17% just since the beginning of the year.   Last week, the Commerce Department told us that GDP expanded at an annual rate of 1.9% through the 3rd quarter, falling slightly from 2% a quarter earlier.   The rate of dollar inflation is currently 1.7% YOY as measured by the Consumer Price Index, which is tracked and published by the gove...
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