Scott FladHammer of Real Estate Investors Association (R.E.I.A.) graciously invited me to a conversation with him about real estate investing and real estate management in times of crisis.

I’ve been in the real estate business for decades now, and I have seen many regional, national, and some world crises. I’ve lived through them, and I’ve noticed there are things that are common to them.

The first thing that is common to them: Things do get better.

Scott recorded our conversation, and he made it available to everyone. (Thank you, Scott!)

Black background with red graphs indicating a downward trendWe talked about things I’ve learned from previous crises and some things I have done to keep the lines of communication open with my tenants. During our talk, I stressed the importance of cash flow and creative ways to get cash if you don’t have much right now. In addition, we touched on self-directed IRAs, lease options, and seller financing. Another topic we discussed was the Section 8 program.

This interview has meaty information in it for you. I do believe you’ll find something . . . probably several things . . . valuable in this audio recording about management in times of crisis. Please give it a listen.

You may click on this link and playback our interview using any web browser on your desktop or mobile device. You can download the link too if you’d like to save it.

To your success!

Mr. Land Trust®

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