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All right. And so today, Steve, we’re gonna talk about some things that’s gonna be really urgent because there’s a lot of urgent things that we need to talk about. So what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna talk really fast the entire episode because we have a lot that we that we’re about to get to. Are you ready to go?
I’m ready to go. . Hey man. How you doing? Doing good. Good. So today we are gonna be talking about having a sense of urgency when it comes to your real estate portfolio. Steve and I had both separately. Once again, this happened all the time. We both separately had conversations with people and had almost the identical conversation, and we were in the office the other day and I was telling him about my conversation.
You were telling me about your conversation and that caused you to recall a conversation you had with your brother. Uh, or brother-in-law or somebody many, many years ago and I thought, Boy, we’ve gotta jump on and we need to talk about this cuz we are getting questions every single day. And we continue to get ’em is, should I be buying now?
What’s going on? Our interest rates going up, Is the bubble gonna pop? Is there a bubble? What’s happening? And we wanted to jump on and say, listen. We always tell you that the best time to buy real estate is now the second best time or the best time to bought real estate was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.
And so we always know that buying real estate is important. But Steve, there are things that are happening right now that I think have created a larger sense of urgency for more people than we’ve seen in a really, really long time. And so today we are gonna talk about that urgency and what it means to you if you’re out there, Listen.
Yeah, and we’re gonna relate this to real estate, but, but you know, to go back, like literally, it was probably 25 years ago, my brother-in-law and I, we were having a kind of a philosophical conversation, right? Um, we were sitting outside of my little two bedroom apartment. I just graduated. He had just graduated and we were talking about our up and coming careers and what, what we were planning on doing and so on.
And he’s very entrepreneurial minded. He’s into real estate as well. And, and I was doing, you know, a lot of similar things. So we were talking in just philosophizing, right? And he shared with me a quote, I think maybe it was his father that, you know, shared it with him. And he said, If you are getting after life, if you’re getting after your career, if you’re getting after whatever it is that you’re interested in, With a sense of urgency, you tend to be in the right place at the right time to have the right conversations with the right people to make things happen.
And call it coincidence, call it luck, call it whatever you want. But if you’re getting after something with a sense of urgency, good things tend to happen. And I think that having a sense of. Is different than moving for the sake of moving so often in real estate, in business, in life, we as people, we mistake movement for achievement, right?
That’s not what we’re talking about here. We’re not talking about just doing the bare minimum and going just, you know, we, Okay, I’ll take it back to this seminar industry, right? So the seminar industry, for those of you out there, you know, that you’ve been to seminars. I mean, this is, it’s like a, there’s some really good stuff out there and there’s some good people that you may wanna work with, but for the longest time, I felt like the aspects of the seminar industry were like a plague on society, right?
And here’s what I mean by that. People will pay money to go to a seminar, to go to an event. To go because they say, I wanna learn, I wanna grow, I wanna make money, I wanna do whatever. And they go to event after event after event. They may even buy coaching after coaching, after coaching. And they mistake the movement of attending the event.
And even making it an investment in education or coaching as actual achievement, we are saying hold the phone. That is not moving with a sense of urgency that is moving because you’re just trying to get outta the way of whatever’s coming at you. It’s different than saying, I’m going to act. With real grit, with a real sense of urgency, understanding the importance of the moment.
And for me, that’s really where urgency takes its form, is understanding the importance of the moment. And there’s a difference between being in a hurry and acting with a sense of urgency. Definitely right? Being in a hurry. Sometimes you make bad decisions, sometimes you do things, you take shortcuts and this and that and the other.
That’s not what we’re talking about. We’re not talking about being in a. A sense of urgency is the concept of you are staying engaged. You consistently over a long period of time, get after something and you’re, you’re learning and you’re growing, and you’re taking steps, right? And you’re, you’re taking action on a regular basis to get you closer to where it is that you want to go.
And so there’s a big difference between being in a. And just acting with a sense of urgency. And so the reason this came up, Steve, is because you and I had both had conversations very recently with clients or potential clients who were like, Okay, I’ve been sitting on the sidelines for too long, and so here’s the conversation I had, and then I wanna hear about the one that you had.
So I had had a conversation with the guy who talked to us a year ago. Right. Heard us on the radio a year ago. It was awesome. And, you know, we had, had a great conversation and, and, and he was excited and he wanted to move forward, but he just didn’t move forward then. Right. It was kind of like, uh, there’s still some uncertainty.
I’m not sure. I don’t know what to do, what’s gonna happen with the market. And while he was sort of anxiously engaged in the idea of investing in real estate, The sense of urgency was not such that it compelled him to take action. See, urgency, I think, takes form when we understand the importance and then we take metered measured, but very intentional and significant action.
In the moment, right? I think that that’s really what happens with urgency. It’s this idea of becoming very present and sort of like, y you know, me, I, I always love sports analogies. If you ever watch football, you watch wide receivers. If you ever wondered what makes the difference between the really good wide receivers and the just okay.
Wide receivers you ever wondered, uh, no. , you could say speed. You could say their ability to catch a pass, right? But the reason maybe why I’m interested in this is the greatest wide receiver of all time is a guy died by the name of Jerry Rice, who played with an unbelievable sense of urgency. And what separated him from his competition was how he wasn’t the fastest guy.
He didn’t always have the best hands, especially initially, he wasn’t the biggest guy. But his relentless dedication to running perfect routes. See, football is a game of inches, so is basketball, right? When you make an extra movement, that seems insignificant. It can put your defender on your heels, right?
You open up just a small, minuscule amount of space between you and your defender if you can run the right route, right? Or if you run it with urgency. Um, you guys know I’m a big 40 Niner fan and there’s a guy that had a great rookie season for the 49ers. Uh, back in, We’ll see. We just got done with the 2122 season, so the season before when he came into training camp this last season.
He didn’t even get targets in the game, like they weren’t even passing to him, and the, the coach said there was no urgency, right? So when this kid would show up to practice, he wasn’t running his routes hard. He wasn’t showing up before everybody else. He wasn’t leaving after everybody else. He was just going through the motions.
He. And as a result, he wasn’t getting targets, he wasn’t getting passes. He had a really lackluster start to the season, but something switched in a mid season and the urgency came. And when the urgency came, the work came with it, and all of a sudden, the importance of the moment began to manifest itself.
And when he ran that route, it was an extra burst. It was an extra move. It was just, Extra amount of effort that created separation between he and his defender. Just a matter of inches enough for a good quarterback to zip a pass in. See, we forget that. You know, we look at, in football, we look at yards, right?
We look at yards and we look at passes that were completed. We don’t look at how many inches were there in order for that pass to be completed. We don’t rate the passes in that way. But if you were to go and watch a precise game, you were to go and watch a precise quarterback like Joe Montana or like.
Tom Brady, or my personal favorite, Steve Young, if you were to go and look at that, and you were to look at what they do and how they see the field and the minuscule windows that they have to zip a pass in, and then for the wide receiver that minuscule just amount of space in running their route, that dedication, that urgency, the importance of the moment that allowed them to do just a little bit extra in order to get their hands on the ball.
We don’t look at the game in that way, but the thing is, the game. Those efforts without acknowledging those efforts, the game of real estate will reward the small efforts without acknowledging them, right? Meaning if you have urgency, if you have urgency, you will take that extra step. You will ask that extra question.
You will not wait on the sideline and just hope that things are gonna go your way. Act, understanding the importance of the moment, and you will act in a way that is an intentional way of taking real action. And when you do that, there may be thousands of things inside of any given transaction that your portfolio may not acknowledge individually, but your portfolio in a larger way.
With the way you’re able to grow your portfolio over a certain amount of time, it. Be rewarded by those little things, by that urgency without acknowledging those individual urgent actions. I think, Kevin, you touched on a principle that’s really important. It’s this concept. To act and not be acted upon.
Totally. And it’s just this idea that you are gonna be proactive, That you’re not gonna wait for somebody to show up and, and like spoon feed you everything that you need. Like you’re gonna make the calls and you are gonna ask the questions when you are waiting for somebody to get back to you, cuz they’re gonna get you some information if it’s past the time in which they said they were gonna get, get back with you and they haven’t.
That you’re reaching out to them again, and in, and in so doing, they recognize that sense of urgency in you and they tend to give you more attention than maybe somebody else who’s kind of just kinda hanging tight and just waiting and, and not, you know, pressing to move things forward. So that, that concept of sense of urgency is, is huge.
Like I just, the other day I was talking to a, a friend of, He came into the office a couple weeks ago and you know, he was sharing with me, he was like, Man, I’ve been thinking about doing real estate literally for five years now. I’ve got the money, I’ve got the credit, I’ve got everything I need in place.
But I’ve been kind of sitting on the sidelines thinking that maybe there’s gonna be some kind of a correction in the market that I should just wait and just hang tight as opposed to just having make the decision and moving forward. And oftentimes you can get analysis paralysis where you. You literally become paralyzed because you second guess yourself.
You second guess the market. You second guess the people who are kind of advising you and in this game. Real estate is not a game of, Hey, how did this property do for me in this moment in time? It’s like, what was cash flow like this month? You can never look at real estate as just a snapshot. You have to look at it with the perspective of what did it do for me over the course of five years?
Yeah. Or 10 years. And so really like, it just, it doesn’t matter a whole lot, like when you get in the game. As long as you’ve got your plan and your plan is to be active and engaged in it over the course of a long period of time where it’s like, I’m not gonna just get into real estate like one time and then I’m just, I’m done.
Right? Like this is, it’s an active investment where you’re continually an analyzing your assets so that you can maximize them over time. Like you might buy a property and in just a few short years, you may be in a position to pull equity out or sell it and turn, do a 10 31 exchange. But you have to be actively engaged with that property to make the most of that property and the opportunities that that one property may present you over the course of many years.
You said something that’s so important, which is this, It doesn’t matter when you get into real estate. Oh my gosh. Could we, we could do a whole episode just like it doesn’t matter. Just go. Just get in. Now. Here’s when it matters. It matters if you freak out when the market dips. That’s when it matters. If you got in at the peak of the market and the highest possible interest rate.
Or whatever, and then you freak out after a couple months and you’re like, It’s not working. And then you run for the hills with your hair on fire, then you are a bad investor. The investment wasn’t bad, right? That’s the key is that sometimes bad investments, at least in this world, right? With with now, and let me be clear, there’s tons of ways to make bad investments.
There’s tons of ways to not do research, Do not mistake. Urgency for irresponsible action regardless of consequences, right? Because now, but the beauty in this environment, Steve, is because we try to do what we do at Dun for real estate. That means there’s lots of vetting, there is lots of people, there’s lots of eyeballs, there’s lots of stuff going on.
We are not telling you to potentially or encouraging. To look at investing in a property or moving forward with the property if it has not gone through multiple, uh, layers of analysis and, and, you know, and, and I guess just research, right? So, so in that environment, there should be no lack of action.
There should be only, Okay, what’s next? And the reason why I say that is I had that conversation with this potential client a few weeks ago, and the response was, Man, I’ve been thinking about this for a year. And my initial thought was, Wow, what is your opportunity cost? Right? How much equity have you missed out on?
And how much interest extra are you now going to have to pay? Because back then you maybe could have done it at a little over 3%. Now you’re gonna have to be a little over 4%. Still an amazing interest rate on an investment property. However, what’s your opportunity cost? And so often we don’t view the world through the lens of what our opportunity cost is.
But we always try to time the market. We always try to be smarter than the market. The problem is the market doesn’t. Okay. The market doesn’t care when you act. The market responds to a whole variety of factors that you as an individual don’t control. So if you can’t control the market, the only thing you retain the ability to control is your choice to take action at the right and appropriate time once the appropriate amount of research has been done.
And, and so what’s key about. As we look at the environment right now, this is why we wanted to have this podcast is what’s happening right now. Um, we’ve recorded a couple other podcasts before we recorded this podcast that we’re postponing putting out there because this is the one that we thought, Boy, there needs to be such a sense of urgency right now.
And so Steve, I wanna talk a little bit about what is happening right now. This is not a fear based approach. Let me be clear. You guys should not be freaking out. You shouldn’t be scared. The only thing you should be feeling is an urge. Okay? It’s kind of here. You know what? Let’s use urine. Um, if we , how did I know you were gonna go there soon?
You said the word urge. No, but really? Okay. I remember one time. I went, Okay, you’re gonna make fun of me. I went and saw the movie Titanic four times in the theater four times. Okay? And look, it is not my proudest moment that I cried every time. But listen, I was like 18, 19. I love that movie. I mean, Jack and Rose, their love is eternal.
What was I gonna do? Okay. I loved that movie, but I remember one time I went and it is a long movie. It is not a short movie, and I like to drink soda. And so I got a big soda and I would not, I mean this, I’ve gone to a lot of movies in my day, but this one stands alone because I was in excruciating pain because of how bad I had to use the restroom.
Okay? And listen. It needed to happen. Now why is that related to real estate? It’s not. I just wanted to tell that story. I’m kidding. We’re gonna loop it back. Here’s the deal. Look, if we really do wanna have a potty mouth for a second. You know, you could go and relieve an urge whenever you need to, right?
There’s no urgency that’s there. But when you wait too long, when you’re in a meeting, when you’re in the Titanic movie for the second or third time, and then all of a sudden that urgency compels. Action. And that’s what we’re talking about is the urgency you should have now should be compelling action.
It’s not a casual, uh, I could kind of do this whenever. I mean it’s gonna be there, when it’s gonna be there, but it should be compelling action because right now if we look at what’s happening in the market, and by the way, when you fill that, really set a crazy urge like I. In Titanic. It really wasn’t fear based.
I mean, it was like, I just gotta go and get some relief. It wasn’t like, Oh my gosh, I’m gonna die if I don’t use the restroom. And so with your real estate, we don’t want you feeling like, Oh my gosh, my life is over if I don’t take action today. But we do want you to realize that there are things happening right now that you shouldn’t be afraid of, but you should be taking action toward.
So that that sense of urgency will yield to a type of intentional and productive action. And that’s really what we’re talking about. So I think the first thing to talk about that we’re getting a lot of questions on Steve, is interest rates. What’s going on with interest rates? What should we expect to see with interest rates?
Yeah, I mean, the Fed is stated that they’re gonna raise, uh, their rate probably four times this year. And with that, and we’re already seeing it, mortgage interest rates are kind of creeping. We’re not expecting, you know, things to go well above 5% or anything like that. The, the, the consensus out there with, with many of the professionals who live in that world is rates could be, you know, between four and a half and 5%, maybe a touch higher.
And look, five and a half percent is still an incredible 6%. It’s like we have a lot of clients who bought at six, six and a half percent over the years. Yeah. I remember writing loans at over 7% when we started the company. Yeah. I mean, and it still works, but if you can get into a loan while rates are still lower, like you wanna try and do that, right?
Like that’s a big incentive to move forward and take action while, while rates are where they are like, Two of the four homes that I bought last year, I got it below 3%. That’s amazing. Like, it’s, it’s crazy. Now at, at the end of the day, it’s like, it’s not thousands of dollars a month, but it, it might be a couple hundred dollars, uh, that you know the potential difference in cash flow.
Or even just your ability to qualify, right. You know, based on, on payments and so on. So there, there is a sense of urgency from that standpoint because we don’t know ultimately what the Fed’s gonna do, what interest rates are going to do, but we do know that they are creeping up incrementally. So there’s a reason to move forward and to do what you can to try and take action sooner than later.
Well, and here’s the whole thing with interest rates, right? Why are interest rates gonna go up? Why is the Fed gonna have to do that? Because we are on, look truth, we’re on the, we’re maybe. On the bubble for a recession, right? There’s a real shot of it. You know, you look at the numbers and you look at what’s happening.
We may be there now. Again, that should be nothing. That should frighten you outside of, it’s a good time to do something. If the Fed is raising interest rates, it’s because they’re combating the negative, crazy inflation that’s taking place. But inflation is another reason why there should be a sense of urgency, because every day guys think about.
Every single minute. Every single day that your money sits in a bank account or a a, something that is not real large interest bearing, especially if it’s under seven, seven and a half percent, which is real inflation right now. If your money is sitting anywhere, every minute that it sits, it loses value every day that it sits, it loses value.
Well, Kevin, if you think about our clients, he bought real estate just in the last year. The value of their properties, It’s going up kind of dramatically. Yeah. Like on a monthly basis even. Right. Like it’s, it’s really phenomenal. And here’s the cool thing is like last year was, was incredible from an appreciation standpoint because real estate is keeping pace with, or maybe even a little bit ahead of.
Inflation and it’s anticipated when, you know, we, we subscribe to some data services and in the markets where we help our clients purchase real estate investment properties, the expectation that these data companies are setting is that for the next several years, that appreciation is gonna be in the high single digits and in some areas, even double digit.
Like when you think about an asset, a 250 $300,000 asset growing at 10%, like that’s $30,000 a year. What’s that divided by? By 12? That, I mean, that’s like over $2,000 a month. Yeah, it’s crazy 24 7 that this asset is working for you and it’s growing without you. Putting in any time or, or effort in terms of like a job, right?
It’s, it’s like it’s doing it whether you’re there or not. Yeah. I mean, so listen, it’s a real swing, right? The money stays in the account and maybe it’s subjected to inflation and it’s worth less every single day. You put it into real estate and that real estate is growing and producing cash flow and maybe to the tune of double digits.
I mean, now you are erasing the seven or so percent of Deval. That would’ve happened had it just kind of stayed where it is, or just in your coffee cans in the backyard or under your bed, or even, I mean, having it in a savings account is about the equivalent of having it under your bed at this point, right?
With the interest that they pay. So you could have it there losing value or you put it into real estate where it’s gaining value. Right. So inflation combined with interest. Both huge reasons. If interest rates coming up, don’t be scared about it. But the question is, would you rather look if you missed out on the 3% rates on an investment property, so what, Okay, it’s gone.
You can’t dwell on it. You should have maybe took action a year or two ago and you didn’t, but you could take action today. Would you rather buy a property at a 4% or four and a half percent or a five or a five and a half percent, Right? That’s the question. So you have to put it into that context and it should create.
That urgency should necessitate action, right? And with inflation, it’s the same thing. If the currency’s gonna continue to be devalued or at least continue to go down, and it might get worse and worse, wouldn’t you rather have it somewhere where it’s going to be growing and moving and trending in a positive direction as opposed to trending in a negative direct?
And then you compound that with the fact that you could be paying less interest on the money that you’re borrowing. And remember, you’re not really paying the interest anyway. Your tenant’s kind of paying the interest if you’ve got that rented out, right? So why, What should you care? As long as you’ve got your money in an asset that’s growing, all the more reason why that urgency should tell you take action now because it’s, you should be trending this money in the right direction.
So we’re seeing that now, but the what that leads to. It’s purchase price. It well. Well gosh, purchase prices are going up with all this equity you’re talking about purchase prices are going up. Sh Well, shouldn’t I just wait till home prices come back down? What would be your response? Don’t wait. Don’t wait.
Home prices is not coming down anytime soon is, is my opinion. And you know, again, all the indicators point to the idea that we are not in a bubble. All of the experts I’ve yet to. To read and there there’s probably some individuals out there who still think that, you know, real estate’s gonna crash or something.
I think the vast majority of individuals in the field recognize the situation that we’re in, supply and demand. We have a massive shortage of single family homes. You look at from the standpoint of even just building new homes right now, like they’re not building new homes for less than what it costs last year.
In fact, materials and supplies continue to increase dramatically. That’s right. Labor continues to increase dramatically. So at this point, the homes that are being built. Are not being built really cheap and then sold really expensive because that’s what the market will bear. It’s the price of homes, like new homes is going up because of the cost of materials.
And the cost of labor and the amount of, and the cost of capital in terms of how long it’s taking to get these homes done. What, what used to take three months is now taking six to eight months, right? And so the, the cost of capital has, has doubled, not because the cost, the actual, you know, percentage interest rates have doubled, but because you’re having to hold the loan, the construction loan on that property for a longer period of time.
And so from that standpoint, right, just the replacement cost or the cost to build a property’s going land continues to go up dramatically. There’s a, a little subdivision where I live, like I’m blown away what these lots, what they anticipate them selling for a third acre lot, $350,000 . Geez. Like that’s just a.
Yeah, I mean now mind you, this is in Utah, right? Yeah. And so price homes, the medium price home’s gone up, but it’s like, and then you gotta build the home on top of that, like the cheapest home in this little subdivision that’s like literally in my backyard. And I live in a kind of, I live in a middle class neighborhood.
And they’re gonna be 1.2 million is gonna be the cheapest property. And if they’re, if they’re at like any of the other lots that I’ve seen lately in the new homes popping up in Utah, you get that land and you get that home, and then you get about 10 feet of backyard. And that’s so nice. Well, these, these lots are about third acres, so they’re a little bit, they’re a little bit bigger, but, but, but still, like it’s land is going up and they’re not ma like, I don’t know if, if you know this or not, Kevin, Like, they’re not making more land except in Dubai.
Oh, that’s true. . But outside of that, outside of Dubai in the ocean, you know? Yeah. There’s not more of it. And so, you know, with with time it’s a, uh, It’s a resource that is, they’re not making more of it. I mean, I don’t know how to put any, any difference. No. So those are all totally true. Those are all upward, upward pressures.
Right. And so like back in 2008, 2009 when the market crashed, I mean there was a surplus of millions of properties. We have a deficit of properties. Yep. And builders are trying build as quick as they can, but it’s taking longer. And so this is not something that’s gonna be solved even in the next couple of years.
Yeah. I mean, I’ve heard. Thoughts that it could take five to 10 years, you know, to, to catch up, to get to equilibrium. Yeah. The market does have a, have a tendency of, of, of correcting itself and, and eventually overcorrecting and so maybe, you know, the momentum will, will swing and things go even faster.
Maybe, you know, it’s 2, 3, 4 years, but some estimates are as high as 10 years. Yep. So here’s the deal guys. Look, if you are sad cuz you missed out on the appreciation that’s happened over the last couple years, if you are sad because the interest rates are a little bit higher. You know what? Splash some cold water on your face and get over it.
Okay? Because the reality is it’s gone. You missed it. Cool. Many of you didn’t miss it. Many of you are right smack dab in the middle of it, but if you are ready to add your portfolio or you are finally waiting to jump in, there is no better time than right now. I mean, literally, guys, if your money’s gonna sit and it’s gonna lose value because of inflation, if you could go and put that into an appreciating asset, cuz we know we’re gonna see appreciation because of the supply and demand curve.
Wouldn’t it be better than having it? An account where you are just losing value and you add that to the interest rate concept, would you rather write a loan at a slightly higher interest rate than it was a year ago, or at a even higher interest rate where it’ll be in a year? Right? And by the same token, if you wait that long and you see additional equity increases, now you’re paying even more for homes, right?
So listen, if you’re unhappy that you didn’t do more before, Just do something now because then in a year from now, you don’t have to be unhappy that you didn’t take action right now. Right? Because that’s likely what would happen. You don’t want those regrets. You want urgency to compel you to intentional action.
And so the recommendation we would make is even with whatever economic uncertainty you feel that there. When we take a look at what’s happening in the market, we take a look at the property prices, we take a look at inflation, we take a look at appreciation. We take a look at interest rates. We take a look at supply and demand.
It all points to do something sooner rather than later. Like today, there should be no lack of action on your part if there is any sort of interest. And listen, if you don’t think you can qualify to buy real estate, if you don’t think you have enough money to go and do real estate, right. We are happy to jump on a call to have some sort of a conversation to help you know what steps you can take, because the reality is it would be better to take some sort of urgent action today than it would be to sit back and continue to wait and have regrets in the future.
So, any last words on this, Steve, before we conclude the episode? No, I, I think I’m good. It’s been a great conversation. The concept of urgency is, is a big part of what. Live our lives by, you know, in, in the company and in our, in our personal lives. And I. That over an extended period of time, living life with a sense of urgency really bears, you know, grapefru.
It does. I agree. You will be rewarded when you work with urgency, not out of fear. And there is a difference. When we act out of fear, we can act out of haste. We can make poor decisions. Urgency should be measured, should be metered, but should lead to real productive action immediately, right? It is a different mindset.
So we hope you guys find some benefit in that. We hope that this was helpful. I apologize. I talked about urine. Let’s just forget about that. Steve. Steve forgot about it, but then when I just said it, he remembered and I got the look that Braxton thought that I gave him during the basketball game of pure disappointment.
But we did. It happens. And now it’s gonna go down in history, but nonetheless, this was a good episode. Right. Fantastic. . All right, everybody, thanks so much. We’ll talk to you soon. Have a good one. Thanks so much for listening to Replace Your Income with Kevin and Steve. Do you have a question you want us to answer on the show?
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