How To Choose a Real Estate Market – Video Transcript Hello, investors. My name is Joe Torre. I’m a Investment Counselor with RealWealth. Today we’re going to do a quick video on how to choose a real estate market to invest in. Here’s a common scenario our investors have. They want to invest in real
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Webinar Description Last year’s headlines warned of a major housing crash coming this year. Not only has that not happened, but home prices are back up at their all time highs, in spite of soaring interest rates. What’s happening? Kathy Fettke, RealWealth Co-Founder, has become a little obsessed with answering that question by studying housing
How Out-of-State Real Estate Investing Works, Video Transcript Joe Torre: Hello investors. My name is Joe Torre. I’m an investment counselor with RealWealth, a real estate investment firm. Today we’re going to do a quick video on out-of-state real estate investing. This is a question that comes up a lot. Here is a scenario, you
Imagine riding a tandem bicycle around the world, inviting strangers to join the journey, fostering intercultural friendships, and promoting world peace, one rider at a time. This audacious vision became a reality through Peace Pedalers, an 81-country expedition. What’s more remarkable is how this dream evolved into the Purpose in Expenses (PIE) movement, inspiring businesses
What happened to cash flow? If investors are still buying, where are they buying? And are home prices going to drop if we go into a recession? Get answers to all your top questions in this webinar.
In the world of finance, the year 2023 feels like a roller coaster ride, with interest rates soaring to breathtaking heights, reminiscent of the late 2000s, before the global financial crisis. The Federal Reserve’s seemingly unrelenting tightening measures have been led by a series of federal funds rate hikes — 11 increases within 12 meetings, to be precise — propelling the target range to a staggering 5.25-5.5 percent.