206: Your Questions: Debt, BRRRR, Mortgage History Since 1935

Your Questions: Debt, BRRRR, Mortgage History Since 1935

by Keith Weinhold | Get Rich Education

Student loan debt vs. real estate investing. Where should you devote your dollars? You get answers. I tell you how to eliminate investing “uncertainty”. The “BRRRR” real estate investing strategy is discussed – pros and cons. It’s a hybrid between flipping and buy-and-hold. Turnkey vs. BRRRR real estate investing. I cover the history of mortgages from the 1930s to today. FDR and World War II had substantial impact. Fannie Mae was born in 1938. Freddie Mac didn’t begin tracking mortgage rates until 1971. 2000 was the last year that mortgage rates (30-year FRMs) exceeded 8%. The median 30-year mortgage rate since 1971 is 7.7%. Let’s meet in-person at the New Orleans Investment Conference.

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02:13 Student loan debt vs. real estate investing.
07:53 The BRRRR Strategy: pros and cons.
17:00 Turnkey vs. BRRRR real estate investing.
19:44 History of mortgages: 1930s to today.
26:33 The median 30-year mortgage rate since 1971 is 7.7%.
28:56 Let’s meet in-person at the New Orleans Investment Conference.

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Resources Mentioned: New Orleans Investment Conference | Mortgage Loans: RidgeLendingGroup.com | Cash Flow Banking: ProducersWealth.com | Turnkey RE: NoradaRealEstate.com | QRP: TotalControlFinancial.com | Find Properties: GREturnkey.com | GRE Book: GetRichEducation.com/Book

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