Income property, at least in some markets, is still affordable, with, in many cases, rental income that offers a far better and safer yield than bonds. However, there are risks associated with owning real estate, and with becoming a landlord. That is why I'm bringing in a landlord who started investing in income property at the age of 21 as my guest on this special show.
Over the last 30+ years, my guest has owned real estate in many different states. She has seen tenants and buildings and partnerships come and go. She's been up -- and upside down -- to the tune of multi-millions. She's removed auction notices from her door, while waiting for financing to come in and save the day. She's been forced to eat pate and crackers when her Neiman Marcus credit card was the only available currency. In short, she's seen it all. And, anonymously, she's willing to share her wisdom with you.
There will be a 10-minute Q&A for call-in questions toward the end of the show (at 9:50 a.m.).
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