John Schaub’s Predictions & Advice for Real Estate Investing in 2017

Topics: Market Trends
John Schaub

We spoke with John Schaub today to get his take on where he sees the market headed in 2017 and what real estate investors should do to stay ahead.  John is a real estate investor with 35 years of experience and is also the author of “Buying Wealth One House at a Time” which is […]

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Predictions and advice for real estate investing in 2017 (FREE Replay!)

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Topics: Market Trends
State of the Union

We had our annual State of the Union conference call last night and were joined by veteran real estate investors Dyches Boddiford, David Tilney, and Owen Irvine.  Each of these investors have many years of experience in a variety of economic and political climates. Each person on the call was asked to share their predictions and […]

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Is Your Financial Security At Risk?

Topics: Asset Protection, Market Trends

Today we’ve never had it so good, yet many readers seem worried about: (1) When the “housing bubble” will burst, (2) what will happen to retirement plans when employers file for bankruptcy, and (3)law suits.  In this month’s newsletter I’ll try to put these threats into perspective and suggest ways in which to deal with them.

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Fasten Your Seat Belts, It’s Going To Be A Bumpy Ride

Topics: Market Trends

Jimmy Walker once said that voters always get the politicians they deserve; and so we did.  Obama’s new programs create additional government bureaucracies staffed by thousands of employees that will initiate and supervise uncounted new regulations that will make doing business much more difficult and less profitable.  And you can bet that when he says “we’re all going to have to sacrifice”, he means we are going to pay higher taxes!  None of these changes will take place in 2008, but many new tax rate increases on both business and individuals will be put in place.  These could be made retroactive to January 1, 2009.  The point is, that if you want to take advantage of the current tax rates and benefits, you’d better do it before year’s end.  After that they could be gone forever.

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