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Mistake FREE Real Estate With Marck de Lautour

This podcast is for passive investors looking to listen in on others who've made the mistakes so they don't have too. 

Apr 6, 2023

Every quarter, my good friend Jimmy Vreeland and I sit down and talk about our experience in Collective Genius, a mastermind we are both a part of. In this episode, Jimmy and I are going to discuss what we learned from the presentations in the event, our biggest takeaways, and how we’re preparing our businesses for what’s coming.


Listen now to learn what happened during the last Collective Genius event and the golden nuggets we’ve picked up while we were there!


Key Talking Points of the Episode


00:00 Introduction

01:43 How does Collective Genius help us give back?

03:26 What are our biggest takeaways from the event?

06:53 What makes this recession different from 2008?

08:46 Where do we stand on inflation rates today?

12:44 How is inflation crushing the middle class?

14:38 How can real estate investing set you up for the future?

17:34 What is the greatest threat to every investor’s portfolio?

21:31 What does real estate value appreciation look like today?

23:32 Why should people take advantage of Fannie Mae loans?

26:42 What is happening in the new construction market today?

31:16 What are we experiencing in the turnkey market today?




“The government hasn’t curbed their spending, they’re not doing to make energy more accessible, so that’s gonna stay expensive.”


“Kiyosaki went on Oprah in 1990, everybody knows about this! They just don’t get involved, they don’t get started.”


“Strategic and systematically buy assets so that when there is the next disaster and the fed does blast lower rates, then you refi everything out.”


“Like I’d always say, real estate doubles in value every 20-30 years, I think I’m gonna stop saying 30 because consistently, we are seeing real estate double in value every 20 years.”


“If you’re gonna buy and hold these assets forever, for long-term, then the smartest thing you can do is lock in a 30-year fixed to get these things paid off.”


“Most home builders have not been aggressively scaling and growing based on what they fear could be a downturn.”


“Quite frankly, I think that inventory is still so shallow, especially in the big cities that are experiencing massive population growth.”




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