Along with my blog, I am going to record some audio discussions where I talk about Real Estate Investing. When I do I will be sure to put a blog entry up also to talk about the Podcast.

Currently there are five Podcasts for you to listen to. Click on one of the titles below to listen.

Note: You will have the option to listen to it right now, or save it. Either way it will take a couple of minutes to download before you hear me speaking.

  • Purposeful Planning (21.30 minutes 19.6 MB)
    According to Jeff Brown of Brown & Brown Investment Properties, “if you know where you are now, knowing where you want to go becomes more real.” This podcast gives you an explanation of what Jeff calls The Purposeful Plan and how it relates to real estate investing.
  • Grandpa Economics (14.28 minutes 14.2 MB)
    Jeff Brown coined the phrase, “Grandpa Economics” not long ago to describe the method of retirement saving that was popular for most of the 20th century. There are different opportunities available today. Listen to this podcast to learn what you really need to know about real estate investments for the 21st century.
  • Negative Amortization (17.11 minutes 15.7 MB)
    Listen to this podcast to understand 1031 Exchanges and how to defer taxes on your investment property. Jeff Brown explains what a negative amoritization loan is and how to use this tool to accumulate properties significantly faster than traditional methods.
  • Close to Retirement (13.07 minutes 12.3 MB)
    This is the fourth in a series on investments by Jeff Brown. Between the age of 55 and 64 many people panic about retirement because the average person has only $55,000 saved. Jeff has a solution to supplement your IRA with real estate investments and following what he calls a Purposeful Plan.
  • More on Purposeful Planning (18.41 minutes 17.5 MB) In this podcast, Jeff Brown talks more about Purposeful Planning and the appraisal process he goes through when he works with new clients. The plan is different depending how old you are, how much money you have in savings, when you want to retire, etc. He discusses some of the history of the real estate market and how he overcomes objections people may have.

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