How Using Real Estate As a Hedge Against Inflation Really Works

By Rent To Retirement | March 6, 2022

You’ve heard the phrase “real estate is a hedge against inflation” over and over. But has anyone ever actually shown you how it’s true? Adam Schroeder takes a deep dive into the numbers that show how this saying ACTUALLY works, with real numbers and a story about a real life family dealing with the runaway…

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Building Generational Wealth with Life Insurance

By Rent To Retirement | March 3, 2022

It may not be the most exciting investment opportunity out there, but life insurance can help build wealth over multiple generations. Doing so, however, requires doing some due diligence and making sure you’re getting into the best option for your family life situation. Adam Schroeder talks with Chris Reid, a financial fiduciary who specializes in…

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Current State of Inflation, Interest Rates, and GDP Growth

By Rent To Retirement | February 28, 2022

Inflation is here. Everyone knows it; everyone’s having to deal with it. So what does it mean for investors, and what impact is it going to have on our mortgage rates for investment properties, appreciation, and rent growth? Adam Schroeder and Zach Lemaster get together to put the current inflation, interest rate, and GDP growth…

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The Ins and Outs of 1031 Exchanges with Dave Foster

By Rent To Retirement | February 24, 2022

When you own rental properties, eventually you’re going to sell them. When you do, there’s a beautiful tax rule that allows you to exit and deploy your money again without being taxed. That beautiful thing is called a 1031 tax deferred exchange. Adam Schroeder and Zach Lemaster talk with 1031 expert Dave Foster about how…

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2022 Housing Prices, Rising Interest Rates & Population and Rent Growth

By Rent To Retirement | February 20, 2022

Many people see continued growth in housing prices in 2022, but some real estate professionals are starting to ramp up their expectations. Zillow has changed their valuation expectations from 11% to over 20%, and they’re not the only ones. Plus, we’re still seeing an incredibly low supply of housing and we’re still seeing population booms…

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How to Choose the Insurance That Will Protect Your Investment & Your Cash Flow with Bill Brewer

By Rent To Retirement | February 17, 2022

Home insurance isn’t the most exciting part of your due diligence, but it’s an absolute necessity. You’re spending a large chunk of money on the property, you need to spend a little bit per year to protect that investment. But you don’t need to go overboard doing it. Adam Schroeder and Zach Lemaster talk with…

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Cape Coral New Construction Case Study with Trevor

By Rent To Retirement | February 13, 2022

The build to rent construction going on in Cape Coral is an incredible opportunity at the moment. The cash flow and equity play is unlike anything else available in real estate. Trevor is one of the people who got in early and is excited about the impending closing of his build. Listen in as Adam…

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The Difference Between DEBT and LEVERAGE with Tardus’ Tanisha Souza

By Rent To Retirement | February 9, 2022

Two words you hear a lot in real estate investing are debt and leverage. Many people use them interchangeably, but not Tanisha Souza. To her they’re polar opposites. Adam Schroeder and Zach Lemaster talk with Tanisha about how she treats both, and how you can utilize leverage to be a successful investor. Check out Tanisha’s…

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The Basics of Wholesaling

By Rent To Retirement | February 6, 2022

Wholesaling is a section of real estate that can be tough to break into effectively. Many people have fallen prey to gurus who sell them large, expensive packages to “help them get started”, only to see them fail. But, done properly, it can be a lucrative business. You just have to treat it like just…

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Investing in Medical Office Space with Doc Properties’ Trisha Talbot

By Rent To Retirement | February 2, 2022

Investors tend to move from single family into multifamily or commercial properties as they grow their portfolio. Covid hit a large chunk of commercial real estate fairly hard. One area that has done very well through the pandemic, and looks to have a lot of runway left, is medical office space. Adam Schroeder and Zach…

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