How to Prepare for a Recession as a Landlord & Investing w/ High Rates

How to Prepare for a Recession as a Landlord & Investing w/ High Rates

Episode #981

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High interest rates are stopping you from investing, so what do you do? Wondering how to prepare for a recession if one hits soon? Should you sell your rentals and pocket some cash, or will you regret dumping your performing properties to secure some short-term safety? These tough questions can’t be answered by just anyone, so we have our expert investors David Greene and Rob Abasolo on to help you navigate through the most financially puzzling parts of real estate investing.

In this Seeing Greene, we’re tackling topics like how to prepare for a recession as a landlord, what to do when high interest rates kill your deals, and whether you should build an ADU (accessory dwelling unit) or simply park an RV on your land and rent it out instead. But that’s not all; a contractor wants to know how to work with investors while making even more money. Is he barking up the wrong tree, or is going the investor instead of the residential route a better choice for those trying to grow their contracting business?

Plus, how long a tenant turnover should take and whether your property manager is moving too slowly. All that, and much more, is coming up in this Seeing Greene show!

00:00 Intro

01:37 How to Invest with High Rates

07:24 Renting Out an RV?

14:00 Questions from the Comment Section

15:41 Sell Rentals to Recession Prep?

23:56 What Contractors Must Know

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