Welcome to Episode 14 of The Kings Table Podcast, a captivating new show hosted by Ashish, Mike, Aaron, and Matt. Join us for an unfiltered, authentic experience as we gather weekly to delve into the raw discussions that drive our lives, businesses, economics, and the world.
Meet the hosts:
1. Mike (The Sage) Ayala is an accomplished investor, speaker, and podcast host, who stands at the helm of Investing for Freedom, guiding busy professionals and entrepreneurs toward the path of genuine liberation and optimal living.
2. Ashish (Hostess with the Most-est) Nathu is a founder and CEO, entrepreneur, real estate investor, triathlete, and host of the Rich Equation Podcast.
3. Matt (Hero of Hospitality) Aitchison is a distinguished real estate investor, captivating speaker, and committed philanthropist.
4. Aaron (The Trend Spotter) Amuchastegui is a seasoned real estate virtuoso with a remarkable track record of over 1,000 house transactions, predominantly acquired through astute foreclosure purchases at courthouse auctions.
In this episode, we delve into multifaceted discussions, starting with the anticipated future home of The Kings Table Podcast and traversing through economic reflections on real estate, with a particular focus on opportunities and municipal bonds. The conversation unfolds to contemplate the absence of potential bailouts this time around and the intricate implications for the commercial real estate sector. A nuanced exploration of the growing preference for suburban living over city dwelling ensues, alongside strategic considerations like buying at a fraction of replacement cost. We also reflect on the potential impact of lowering the Fed rate on the housing market.
00:00 – Ashish kicks off the episode
00:41 – Discussion around the future home of TKTP
12:34 – Economic discussion on real estate and opportunities
13:11 – Municipal bonds stats
22:00 – Why we will not potentially see bail outs this time round
33:17 – Thoughts on bail outs potentially trickling down to the commercial estate industry
44:37 – Growing preference of people on suburban living vs city living
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