Join Ken McElroy and famed economist, Peter Schiff, in a discussion about the future of the US Dollar, the old days of the gold standard, and what high inflation could mean for the world’s reserve currency.
I see this misconception happen all of the time. “Well my realtor says ____________ about the market.” That blank is always something like “Buy now or you’ll miss out” or “The market won’t go down anytime soon” or my favorite “This isn’t 2008.” Yet, guess what? Realtor’s were saying that in 2008 as well ha.
Return to Orchard Canyon follows three family members who are doing their best with what life has handed them. David, one of the protagonists, has recently lost his “secure” formerly lucrative day job when he brings his teenaged daughter to visit his elderly father in David’s hometown of Sedona, Arizona. David is so embarrassed by his job loss that he asks his daughter not to tell his father. Despite David’s worries at the outset, Return to Orchard Canyon is ultimately about transforming your path and using life’s setbacks to discover what you truly want to do
Join Ken as he talks with financial planner John MacGregor about getting clear on your financial goals. John has extensive experience with a wide range of clients about transforming your mindset to secure your financial future. Check out his website here: https://www.johnmacgregor.net/
A Vacant Unit is Better than the Wrong Tenant I see this all of the time. Tenant’s not paying their landlords and the landlords having to jump through the hoops of evicting them. Normally, when I get into the conversation with people I find they needed to fill their vacant unit so they lowered their […]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]To keep up with all of Ken’s latest activity be sure to sign up for his weekly newsletter at this link: https://kenmcelroy.com/podcast-listeners-newsletter-signup/ Join Ken and Michael Bailey as they discuss ways to use business real estate to its full advantage. To learn more about Michael, visit his website at: https://www.impactdogcrates.com/ [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Transcript: (00:01): Welcome to the […]
So much of real estate investing is about forming relationships. One relationship that can be invaluable, especially if you’re new to real estate, is a relationship with a mentor. A real estate investing mentor can help you by sharing their experiences and expertise, answering your questions, steering you away from the mistakes they’ve made, and […]
Not all leaders are created equal. Sometimes people find themselves in a leadership position and it’s not an instantly comfortable fit. They may experience some anxiety or imposter syndrome. The good news is that you can still learn to be a good leader even if you’re having those self-doubts. In fact, I’d encourage you to […]
Join Ken as he walks through a basic understanding of where the rich store their wealth.
One of your tenants goes out for the night and forgets about a lit candle in the other room. Another tenant is making dinner, gets distracted by a phone call, and only remembers the pot on the stove once the apartment is filled smoke. This is the everyday carelessness that can easily start a fire […]
Affordable housing is a legitimate concern in the real estate market. Not only considering when buying for yourself but also thinking of long term rental properties to own as well. Mobile home parks are a two sided coin. On one hand, they are usually fairly easy to obtain properties and most can be acquired for […]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Join Ken as he talks with Blair Singer about how he is approaching the uncertainty going forward. To learn more about Ken visit: https://kenmcelroy.com/membership-registration/ To learn more about Blair visit his website at: https://blairsinger.com [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Episode Transcript: Ken McElroy (00:01): Welcome to the real estate strategies podcast. I’m Ken McElroy and I’m here to give […]
When you’re looking for tenants to rent your properties, it’s okay to enjoy the process of meeting the people who file in and ooh and aah over your granite countertops, the view from the kitchen window, or any of the other touches that set your property apart. You can be friendly and outgoing, but keep […]
As parents, we try to do everything that we can to prepare our children for the future. Having practical conversations about money with your children will help them immeasurably. When you take the time to do this, you’re showing your child the importance of managing their own financial wellness. Below are four key messages that […]