⚡️ INSANE Market! 3 DILEMMAS for real estate ⚠️

⚡️ INSANE Market! 3 DILEMMAS for real estate ⚠️
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Ken walks through the 3 things that keep him up at night in this video. Join Ken live, at the Limitless Expo in June! Follow this link to sign-up: https://limitlessexpo.com

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0:00 Introduction
0:18 Interest Rate Risk
3:47 Price of Equity
7:19 Exit Cap Rates

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26 Comments

  1. The FED will do whatever it takes to fight inflation, except for what it may actually take to fight inflation.

    The FED must raise rates by 100 bps every month for at least 6 consecutive months to have any chance of stopping inflation.

    How high must interest rates go before strong inflation is broken? 10%, 15%, 20%? Look to history to see what happened. Paul Volcker raised interest rates to 20% to break inflation.

  2. CAP=(ADC×LTV)+(CCR×(1-LTV)); ADC=Annual Debt Constant; CCR=Cash on Cash Return.

    Picking an arbitrary Cap Rate (or price) without knowing your cost of funds and required equity yield is nonsense.

  3. A little birdie whispered in my ear again that the FED’s mindset is the same as CASH buying institutions, a plan to outmaneuver (using cash) small home buyers from attaining reasonable loans and combating orchestrated increasing rents. Little birdie whispered again that dreaming of a crash is imbecilic at this point in time, a buyers market won’t occur until after 2027. Some will believe little birdie is too conspiratorial, but many more will heed the little birdie whisperer.

  4. If only you were able to explain in a clearer connective manner, instead of idioms & jargons using generalizations…!
    Don't deserve a LIKE for being somewhat vague & hazy especially with the Cap rates concept…!

  5. I'll ALWAYS GIVE YOU MY THUMBS UP KENNY 👍 👍 FOR AS LONG AS I'M SUBSCRIBED TO YOUR CHANNEL I'LL ALWAYS GIVE YOU MY FEEDBACK WITH MY THUMBS UP 👍 👍 , THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH KENNY🤝☮️

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