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As one of the very first podcasts on iTunes, Kathy Fettke has been interviewing real industry experts since 2003, sharing advice on how anyone can build enough passive income from cash flowing real estate to quit their day job if they want. This life-changing, real-world education is similar to Rich Dads Robert Kiyosaki, Loral Langemeier, Dave Ramsey, Jim Cramer, Motley Fool, Peter Schiff, G. Edward Griffin, Suse Orman, Gary Kellers Millionaire Real Estate Investor, and Bigger Pockets wealth building strategies. Learn how to building passive income outside the stock market, not just from flipping homes or wholesaling but through buy and hold strategies using 1031 exchanges, self-directed IRAs and 401k, private money, conventional loans and creative financing. Kathy Fettke is an expert in market cycles, and will share todays hottest real estate markets for turnkey rental property. Youll learn strategies for making money in any market using 1031 exchanges, private lending, commercial property, office, retail shopping centers, apartments, multifamily, industrial, self storage, condo-conversion, syndications, CRE, and investing via your self-directed IRA. Also learn to avoid common and costly mistakes on this free podcast!


  • U.S. Economy: When Will We Return to Normal? What Will it Look Like?

    U.S. Economy: When Will We Return to Normal? What Will it Look Like?

    07/05/2020 Duración: 21min

    Are we looking at another foreclosure crisis? Or is all this government stimulus going to save the economy? Will the jobs come back? Will demand grow for rental housing? What's the upside for real estate investors? Our guest today is a leading economist and recognized authority on personal finance, U.S. housing, and economic trends. Cristian deRitis is Deputy Chief Economist at Moody’s Analytics and was named on two U.S. patents for credit modeling. He created loss forecasting and stress testing systems for financial institutions. He joined Moody’s in 2008, after serving as a director with Fannie Mae. He was also an adjunct professor of economics at Johns Hopkins University.  

  • Rental Market: Some Good News for Real Estate Investors

    Rental Market: Some Good News for Real Estate Investors

    02/05/2020 Duración: 25min

    How would you like a little good news on real estate today? Goodness knows we're inundated with plenty of bad news these days. And it's not surprising. We’re navigating through a very unusual situation right now. And the "unknown" is generating a lot of fear and creating a lot of questions about when we’ll bounce back economically, and how the COVID-19 bug will change the way we do business and lead our personal lives. As real estate investors, we must also be prepared for changes in the housing industry and the lives of our tenants. Will the economy recover quickly? Will the housing market hold up? Will the jobs come back? What will tenants want and need in a work-from-home world? What about single-family rentals, Airbnb, and housing for students and seniors?   There are a lot of moving parts, but our guest today joins me with years of experience in real estate and business strategy. Rick Sharga is the founder of consulting firm CJ Patrick. He’s also had high-profile positions at, RealtyTrac,

  • CARES Act: Impact on Self-Directed IRAs

    CARES Act: Impact on Self-Directed IRAs

    25/04/2020 Duración: 11min

    The Federal government's $2 trillion CARES Act rescue package has something for just about everyone, but it's not always obvious what applies and what doesn't. There may be several ways that each person can benefit, and today, our guest will talk about how the CARES Act impacts people with self-directed retirement accounts. Kaaren Hall is the founder and CEO of UDirect IRA Services in Irvine, California. She started the company in the midst of the Great Recession after the stock market crashed. She's been helping people move their retirement funds into self-directed IRAs since then, so they can invest in things like real estate, land, startups, and more. Before that, she spent 20 years in mortgage banking, real estate, and property management.  

  • COVID-19: Being an Early Adopter is Vital in Todays Changing Economy

    COVID-19: Being an Early Adopter is Vital in Today's Changing Economy

    01/04/2020 Duración: 44min

    Today's guest works in a much-needed but highly-challenged industry -- residential assisted living homes. He was very early to see the impact the coronavirus could have on his business and the economy in general -- even when most people, including world leaders, called it a hoax or a bad flu. Where did he find the information he needed to make critical business decisions when so many others couldn't see it, and fought hard against the bad news? Loe Hornbuckle was making good money running a car dealership, but was not fulfilled. He started to learn about real estate investing as a business, and eventually chose residential assisted living as his asset class of choice. He is now CEO and founder of Sage Oak Assisted Living and Memory Care which he calls“the boutique assisted living company” with 5 locations in Dallas and a total of 40 beds. Has has two developments in TX and Louisiana, totaling 300 beds and an estimated value of $45M. I've personally been very impressed with how quickly he learned about th

  • Real Estate:  Protecting Yourself, Your Assets from COVID-19

    Real Estate:  Protecting Yourself, Your Assets from COVID-19

    17/03/2020 Duración: 22min

    On Thursday, March 12, 2020, the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average had the biggest one-day percentage drops since October of 1987 — and the Nasdaq joined the Dow in bear-market territory, which is commonly defined as a drop of at least 20% -- as fears of the coronavirus grow, coupled with oil wars and uncertainties around the 2020 Presidential election. Friday, March 13th, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus in the US. Soon after, stocks started to rally in late trading. These are scary, volatile times. What does it mean for real estate investors?  The record-setting 11-year bull run for stocks has come to a screeching halt. Is the party over or is this just a temporary hiccup? Or cough? Today's guest has been on the Real Wealth Show before sharing his insights on the strongest U.S. markets for residential and commercial real estate. John Boyd is Principal of The Boyd Company, which was founded in 1975,  and provides real estate and

  • Health Watch: Coronavirus Facts with Chris Martenson, Peak Prosperity

    Health Watch: Coronavirus Facts with Chris Martenson, Peak Prosperity

    13/03/2020 Duración: 20min

    "What's all this nonsense about? People are freaking out over nothing. More people die from the flu and no one freaks out about getting the flu. I'm hosting my event anyway. The strong can attend, the weak can stay home. I'm going to live my life as normal. I'm definitely still taking that trip." These are a just a few of the things people are talking about on Facebook. There's a lot of talk out there. A lot of confusion. A lot of people spreading false information. False cures. False conspiracy theories. Like the idea that COVID-19 was made in a lab, that it was created as a political attack against Trump to bring down the economy and wipe out his voter base, and that the powers that be wanted an excuse to reset the economy... I was one of those people in denial about 2 weeks ago.  I was flying across the country, going to large events with 700+ people, shaking hands, sharing food and drinks... and now I don't want to even leave my house. In fact, this morning, Friday the 13th, I woke up like I was in a ho

  • Real Estate: CoreLogics Frank Nothaft on the 2020 Housing Market

    Real Estate: CoreLogic's Frank Nothaft on the 2020 Housing Market

    06/03/2020 Duración: 29min

    Analyzing the housing market can be complicated. There are so many opinions on issues that impact investors including which are the best markets, single-family versus multi-family investing, housing inventory, demographic shifts, renter preferences, mortgage rates, the strength of the U.S. economy, and so much more. Today’s guest is an expert on housing data and will help answer a lot of these questions.    Our guest today is CoreLogic’s chief economist, Frank Nothaft. He leads a team of economists who analyze and forecast trends in global real estate, insurance, and mortgage markets. He’s also held leadership positions at Freddie Mac and the Federal Reserve. He recently received the NABE Outlook Award for the most accurate macroeconomic forecast for 2018. He has also earned the Certified Business Economist designation from NABE, and holds a PhD from Columbia University.  

  • Rental Income: Benefits of a Military Mindset

    Rental Income: Benefits of a Military Mindset

    28/02/2020 Duración: 19min

    If you are preparing for battle, your strategic plan better be solid. It's a life or death situation. What if you could have such a well-thought-out plan for your real estate investments? Our guest today has used the lessons and skills he learned in the military to build an extensive due diligence plan for his properties. And he's here to share all that wisdom with us here on the Real Wealth Show. We are honored to be interviewing Scott Lewis of Spartan Investment Group on the Real Wealth Show.  

  • Housing Market: What’s in Store for 2020 Investors

    Housing Market: What’s in Store for 2020 Investors

    21/02/2020 Duración: 22min

    What will the new year bring for the housing market and real estate investors? Who will be buying and who will be renting? What changes will we see for single-family rentals and the build-to-rent market? What can investors expect from the economy in the coming year?   Today’s guest is real estate consultant John Burns. John and his team offer research and market analysis for building industry executives and their investors. They help clients make informed decisions based on homebuyer and renter demands. John is the co-founder and CEO of John Burns Real Estate Consulting and co-author of “Big Shifts Ahead: Demographic Clarity for Businesses.” He has a B.A. in economics from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA.  If you're interested in participating in John Burns Real Estate Consulting's Single Family Rental or Investor Survey, send an email to They will email the survey results to you and as a bonus will send you some demand supply and risk metrics. Your participation

  • Real Estate: Separating Facts from Fiction on Social Media

    Real Estate: Separating Facts from Fiction on Social Media

    08/02/2020 Duración: 29min

    Social media has become a hotbed for real estate investors who want to promote themselves and their deals. Facebook feeds are filled with posts by people who appear to know everything. But just because they are good at marketing does not mean they are good at investing.  It’s important to separate facts from fiction when it comes to real estate professionals, and who you can trust with your money.   Today’s guest is a real estate investor who is sick and tired of seeing people boast on Facebook when in reality, they don't have the experience to back it up. And in some cases, are flat out breaking SEC law. Tim Bratz knows how to spot the storytellers because he really does have the experience you’d need to do that. He’s focused on multi-family deals right now, but he also has a background in the wholesaling of rehabs, single-family rentals, and turnkey properties. Tim founded Legacy Wealth Holdings in 2009, which currently owns more than 3,700 rental units in nine states. So he has something real to boast

  • Real Estate: Recovering from the Great Recession (and Preparing for the Next)

    Real Estate: Recovering from the Great Recession (and Preparing for the Next)

    01/02/2020 Duración: 18min

    Real estate can be a gold mine if you dig in the right places and you don’t get caught off-guard by something like the Great Recession. Many people didn't see that coming and lost everything. However, some people did see it coming, and positioned themselves properly for it. How did they do it? Today’s guest was one of those people who didn't see it coming and got hit hard. He was ready to exit real estate forever, and didn’t even want to have a mortgage on his primary residence. Thinking that the stock market could provide a good investing alternative, he started listening to investment podcasts to educate himself and stumbled on The Real Wealth Show. He avoided it for a while because it was real estate related, but once he started listening, he says he realized that “real estate stands head and shoulders above any other kind of investment.” He’s now well on his way to the gold mine he hoped to find more than 10 years ago now that he's armed with information on how to buy the right properties in the right a

  • Investing: Building a Real Estate Empire with Neal Bawa

    Investing: Building a Real Estate Empire with Neal Bawa

    29/01/2020 Duración: 24min

    Today’s guest started his real estate journey in 2003 when his boss asked him to build a custom office campus. He was terrified at the time, but it was the project that launched a lifetime passion for real estate investing and passive income. Neal Bawa now controls properties in 10 states worth more than $200 million and is the CEO of Grocapitus Investments. And he's here on the Real Wealth Show to share his experience and the lessons learned from both success and failure.  

  • Real Estate Investing: 21 Properties in 1 Year as a Nurse

    Real Estate Investing: 21 Properties in 1 Year as a Nurse

    25/01/2020 Duración: 23min

    Today’s guest has worked quickly to build a portfolio of single-family rentals. She works a full-time job as a nurse, and bought 21 homes in less than a year. But she isn’t just motivated by the thought of a secure future for herself. She is specializing in Section 8 homes that house single moms and their kids to be sure they have safe and affordable housing. She is also a former Dale Carnegie instructor, a group leader for InvestHER of South Florida, a member of Real Wealth Network and Bigger Pockets, and is mom to two millennial entrepreneurs. I’m delighted to have Rita Medeiros on our show today to tell us more about what she’s doing with real estate and how that’s helping her and those around her.  

  • Passive Income: Ditching the 9-5 Job for FT Real Estate Investing

    Passive Income: Ditching the 9-5 Job for FT Real Estate Investing

    18/01/2020 Duración: 19min

    Today’s guest ditched his 9-to-5 job 15 years ago, to became a full-time real estate investor. Augustino Pintus says the standard 40-hour-a-week job gave him a false sense of security about long-term wealth, and by giving that up, he’s been able to take control of his time, and his finances.  His motto: “Decide, Commit, Succeed.” He is currently in charge of strategic partnerships, capital development, and deal sourcing for multifamily investment firm Realty Dynamic Equity Parties.  

  • Rich Fettkes Focused Investor Preview: Creating Your 2020

    Rich Fettke's Focused Investor Preview: Creating Your 2020

    07/01/2020 Duración: 19min

    What better way to kick off the new year than with our annual “Focused Investor” workshop with Rich Fettke, Co-CEO of Real Wealth Network taking place via this Thursday's Webinar (January 9th) and our upcoming live event in San Mateo on January 11th, and Los Angeles on January 12th. This topic has been a crowd pleaser for 14 consecutive years, and is sure to “WOW” anyone looking to have a focused, productive, successful year. You’ll leave with a solid plan for the year and a vision for the next 10 years. Rich Fettke and Kathy Fettke share a sneak peek and some key take-aways of what he will be presenting later this week in this podcast episode.  

  • Single-Family Rentals: Retiring on a Dance Teacher Salary

    Single-Family Rentals: Retiring on a Dance Teacher Salary

    14/12/2019 Duración: 21min

    Today’s guest is a successful dance coach, choreographer and competitor and he's also managed to build a rental portfolio of 11 properties nationwide. Let's find out how he did it. Kurt Senser is a long-time member of the Real Wealth Network. He joined in 2008 so I've personally known him for over a decade now! Kurt had already started building his real estate portfolio before we met, starting in 2004. And since he saved pennies for every down payment, he spent a lot of time researching before plopping any money down. His five-year goal is to have a total of 20 residential properties. I am delighted to have Kurt Senser on today’s show to share his real estate investing story.  

  • Rental Income: Building a Real Estate Empire

    Rental Income: Building a Real Estate Empire

    06/12/2019 Duración: 22min

    Call it dumb luck or brilliant market timing. Our guest today bailed out of the stock market right before the Great Recession, and gravitated toward real estate in 2009 with a pile of cash. Since then, he’s invested in single-family, multi-family, and vacation rentals. He has also invested in fix-and-flips, and more than 25 syndicated deals. He is currently part of the Investor Relations Team at Ashcroft Capital and has made it his mission to share what he’s learned with others. One of his favorite topics is how to create more time in your life or what he calls “time freedom.” I am delighted to welcome Travis Watts to the Real Wealth Show.  

  • Real Estate Empire: Rod Khleifs Rags-to-Real Riches Story

    Real Estate Empire: Rod Khleif's Rags-to-Real Riches Story

    27/11/2019 Duración: 33min

    If you're a podcast fan, then you've probably heard of today's guest. Rod Khleif has personally owned and managed over 2000 properties and has built over 23 businesses in a 40 year business career. And while that is all quite impressive, he came from very humble beginnings as an impoverished, young Dutch immigrant, and created incredible success in what he calls a rags-to-riches-to-rags-to-riches story, He has built several successful multi-million dollar businesses. But ask him what he is most proud of, and he will tell you about his work as a community philanthropist. Giving back to the community is a major passion for Rod. He is founder and long-serving president of the Tiny Hands Foundation which helps children from low income families. And today, he's back with us on the Real Wealth Show.  

  • Cash Flow: Building Wealth One Rental at a Time

    Cash Flow: Building Wealth One Rental at a Time

    22/11/2019 Duración: 27min

    This Family is On a Mission! We talk a lot about building wealth through real estate here on the Real Wealth Show. But there are lots of ways of defining wealth.  We define Real Wealth at Real Wealth Network as having both the time and the money to live life the way you want to, with the people you want to be with. Our guests today have their own definition of wealth.  Suzanne and Joel want to become financially free so that they can do what they loved to do the most -- to support a mission they love and to add value to the lives of others.  Their goal is to have 10 properties by 2023, and they are well on their way.   If you DESIRE to have income producing real estate, do your due diligence with FAITH, and take ACTION.  

  • Real Estate Investing: Five Benefits of Owning Rental Homes

    Real Estate Investing: Five Benefits of Owning Rental Homes

    16/11/2019 Duración: 20min

    Real Estate Investing: Five Benefits of Owning Rental Homes Our guest today is a former athlete and family man who built a career on the corporate side of the solar industry. Along the way, he saw the value of owning rental property, and now owns 16 single-family rentals in seven states. Nate O'Neil is a true believer in the financial power of long-term rentals and is here to tell his story on the Real Wealth Show. Show Notes: There are five really great benefits to holding financed properties over time: 1) Cash flow 2) Appreciation 3) Tax Shelter: $300 of monthly rental cash flow is like $460 of W2 income because W2 income is heavily taxed. This is significant over time, and with a number of properties. You can also depreciate the home over 27.5 years, which offsets taxable gains. 4) Mortgage Pay Down:   A rental home owner's net worth is credited every single month by the amount of principle their loan is paid. I look at is how much principle was paid down by the rent and how much my net worth increas

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