My thoughts and reaction to this and more.Read more
Here’s a throwback to one of the most popular episodes from my Real Estate 101 series: When Is The Right Time To buy?
The answer remains the same.Read more
A ruling of a Missouri case against the National Association of Realtors has the potential to affect the entire industry. Here is my reaction and take on it the N.A.R.’s recent Op Ed on USA Today.Read more
John Casmon launched Casmon Capital Group to help busy professionals invest in real estate without taking on a second job. We’ve helped families invest in over $100M in multifamily apartments to create passive income, reduce their tax obligation, and foster generational wealth.Read more
John Cruikshank is President & CEO of JMC² Civil + Structural Engineering, a company that was established in 1996 and is located in San Pedro and Santa Ana, California.
I ask John what the public needs to be know about SB 326 as the compliance deadline approaches.Read more
Not everything makes it over to the podcast. Make sure you’re subscribed for more content on Rumble and YouTube!Read more
Californians were tricked into voting for Proposition 19. Not all aspects of Prop 19 were bad, but the majority was. Here is the opportunity for you and your fellow California resident to help repeal the bad aspects of Prop 19 so homeowners can save the generational wealth they’ve created!Read more
Rent Control has been a topic repeatedly addressed on this program and rightfully so. It’s constantly brought up as a solution to address skyrocketing rent. Truth is that rent control has failed every time it's tried. And once again, Californians will be asked to vote on strict rent control measures being proposed under the guise of renters assistance. Andres lays out how the statewide rent cap work, what a rent stabilization ordinance actual is, and fact-checks the Justice For Renters Act.Read more
Siyamak sits down with Christine Epperly, a licensed civil engineer and building designer with over 30 years in business. She discovered a state-run plan called the “15 Minute city”, that is changing the landscape of California.Read more