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Lane Kawaoka of Simple Passive Cashflow is back on the show today to help us learn more about what’s really happening in the marketplace, what he’s seeing as an investor, and what factors may or may not affect your investments this year. Key Talking Points of the Episode [01:36] Invest with Secured Investment Corp! [02:20] What are we talking about with Lane? [04:23] What has Lane been working on recently? [07:19] What’s happening to interest rates today? [10:04] Are housing prices ever going down? [13:41] What kind of deals does Lane do today? [15:24] What is the game of investing all about? [19:25] How can you make sure you’re buying good deals? [21:00] Where can you learn more about Lane? Quotables “I focus on stabilized, workforce style housing, so these are rents in the $700-$1200 range, so lower-middle class.” “We kinda catch this bell curve coming at us, therefore, in recessions, it performs pretty good.” “It’s harder and harder to find these deals that you just can’t sit in cash flow. You can’t just be a super lazy investor anymore.” “Maybe it’s just like a college education - the prices are never gonna come down!" “The more profitable you are, the higher the value of that apartment building.” “We always look for some value-add types of projects because that’s where the returns get juiced.” “They make good deals better and they make bad deals worse.” “Interest rates are indicative of a good economy. A good economy is when rents go up - skyrocket, in some places 10-12%.” “There’s always gonna be that gap between interest rates and cap rates, and that’s what investors take advantage of.”