The Ask James Wise Show | 101-150

Touring a D-Class Neighborhood in Detroit | Ask James Wise 115

Detroit is one of the most popular cash flow markets for out of state investors. Detroit housing is so cheap that investors from all over the country flock to the area to try their hand at buying dirt cheap houses for pennies on the dollar. Thing is, when you are investing in rental properties in Detroit it's incredibly important that you understand the type of neighborhood you are investing in. Detroit neighborhoods are commonly graded on an A to F scale amongst Detroit real estate investors. A-class neighborhoods being the least risky, but most expensive and F-class neighborhoods being the cheapest, but most risky. During the 115th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, Section 8 investing expert James Wise & the folks over at Logical Property Management are taking viewers on a tour of a D-Class neighborhood in Detroit, Michigan. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about real estate investing in the Detroit real estate market.

 

 

 

Why I Disagree with NerdWallet's Real Estate Investing Guide for Beginners | Ask James Wise 114

NerdWallet recently published a guide for new real estate investors. The aim of this guide was to teach new investors 4 of the best ways to get started in real estate investing. During the 114th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, real estate investing expert James Wise explains why he disagrees with NertWallet's real estate investing quick start guide for beginners. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, education and entertainment.

 

 

 

2024 Study says Real Estate still beats Stocks, Gold & Crypto | Ask James Wise 113

Despite low inventory and high interest rates, Americans still consider housing to be the best long term investment. During the 113th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, real estate investing expert James Wise explains why real estate beats out stocks, mutual funds, gold, savings accounts, CDs, bonds and cryptocurrency as the best long term investment. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, education and entertainment.

 

 

 

Widespread Section 8 Discrimination in Milwaukee. Racist or Justified? | Ask James Wise 112

Despite a law that forces them not to discriminate against Section 8 tenants, the majority of landlords in Milwaukee refuse to rent their properties to Section 8 renters because they believe Section 8 tenants are the worst. During the 112th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, Section 8 investing expert James Wise explains whether or not this Section 8 discrimination is racist or justified. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, education and entertainment.

 

 

 

Eviction Moratoriums Banned Across Missouri | Ask James Wise 111

Rouge progressive city governments can't get away with their woke b/s in the state of Missouri anymore. During the 111th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, real estate investing expert James Wise discusses the recent statewide eviction moratorium ban in Missouri. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, real estate education and real estate investment opportunities.

 

 

 

BREAKING It Now Takes 2 YEARS to Evict a Tenant in New York!!! | Ask James Wise 110

Renting a house or apartment in New York is very difficult for landlords. Rent control and a long eviction timeline are just two of the frustrating aspects of being a landlord in New York. The eviction process in New York has historically taken up to a year from beginning to end. Now, that eviction process has timeline has doubled. During the 110th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, rental property expert James Wise is discussing how New York's new Attorney General, Letitia James has doubled eviction timeline to two years. It can now take up to two years for a landlord to be able to evict a tenant in New York. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, real estate education and real estate investment opportunities.

 

 

 

New York is Targeting Landlords with a Scarlet Letter | Ask James Wise 109

The city of Elmira is the latest city in New York to jump on the anti landlord trend. This New York city is targeting landlords with a public list akin to a scarlet letter. During the 109th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, rental property expert James Wise is discussing how un-American it is to have cities target a certain class of citizens. Having differing sets of rules for building codes because of who the owner is a slap in the face to those who value private property ownership rights. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, real estate education and real estate investment opportunities.

 

 

 

Seattle Squatter Protest: Tenant Stole $80,000 & City WILL NOT HELP! | Ask James Wise 108

Renting a house in Seattle is horrible. Being a landlord in Seattle is extremely difficult given how tenant friendly the Seattle real estate market is. During the 108th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, housing expert James Wise is explaining how a Seattle area landlord was forced to hold a protest outside of his own home because the city will not allow him to evict a squatter who has stolen over $80,000 from him. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, real estate education and real estate investment opportunities.

 

 

 

Los Angeles is Stealing Your Money & Your House to Solve their Homeless Crisis | Ask James Wise 107

If you hate living in Los Angeles, California because of LA's major homeless problem, don't you worry. Los Angeles has come up with a new plan to fix the homeless problem. During the 107th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, housing expert James Wise is explaining how awesome it is to have the homeless problem solved by the woke California government. The plan is for Los Angeles County to steal your money. They will then take your stolen money to pay for lawyers who are going to steal your house and give it to the squatters, thereby eliminating the homeless problem in California. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, real estate education and real estate investment opportunities.

 

 

 

The City of Chicago tried to Quadruple Taxes to Pay for Homeless Drug Addicts | Ask James Wise 106

Chicago's ultra progressive Mayor Brandon Johnson tried to take things a step too far to the left for Chicago residents. This time, the windy city's woke Mayor tried to increase the Chicago real estate transfer tax by four times the current rate. The reason for such a massive tax increase was to shake Chicago property owners down so the city could pay for their homeless problem. During the 106th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, James Wise is discussing why Chicago property owners rejected this woke housing policy. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, real estate education and real estate investment opportunities.

 

 

 

 

The City of Baltimore is Forcing Landlords to Sell their Homes to their Tenants | Ask James Wise 105

Housing rights took a big hit with a new progressive housing law signed by Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott. The new law, called the "Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act" forces landlords to sell their home to their tenant if the tenant decides they want to buy it. During the 105th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, James Wise is discussing how un-American it is to have a law that forces a landlord to sell their house to their tenant. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, real estate education and real estate investment opportunities.

 

 

 

80% of Section 8 Tenants Denied Housing in Texas | Ask James Wise 104

It's been estimated that as many as 80% of the Section 8 voucher holder in Texas have been denied housing by a landlord at one point or another. During the 104th episode of The Ask James Wise Show, James Wise provides insight into why so many landlords in Texas are not willing to rent their properties to Section 8 tenants. James Wise also discusses how landlord tenant laws in Texas are so different than the landlord tenant laws in a blue area like Washington DC where landlords can face a fine of up to $10 million for discriminating against Section 8 tenants. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more housing news, education and entertainment.

 

 

 

Little Girl Jailed because Her Mom didn't Pay Her Rent | Ask James Wise 103

Imprisoning a child because her mom didn't pay the rent is pure insanity. During the 103rd episode of The Ask James Wise Show, James Wise dives into the crazy story of the Kenyan landlord who imprisoned a small girl because her mother owed him rent. This guy is a shining example of why so many people hate landlords. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more real estate information, education, entertainment and investment opportunities.

 

 

 

Seattle Tenant Made Landlord Homeless | Ask James Wise 102

To say that renting a house in Seattle is tough is the understatement of all understatements. The landlord tenant laws is Seattle are so backwards that even landlords renting houses in the best neighborhoods in Seattle are at an extreme risk of financial disaster when the wrong tenant moves into their property. During the 102nd episode of The Ask James Wise Show, property management expert James Wise is discussing the sad case of Jason Roth. Jason was a Seattle mechanic turned landlord who was forced to live in his van after his tenant stopped paying rent. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more real estate information, education, entertainment and investment opportunities.

 

 

 

Supreme Court Overrules Insane Ban on Tenant Eviction Filings in Minnesota | Ask James Wise 101

On the heels of Covid and George Floyd, things got really strange in Minnesota. From riots to an eviction records ban that effectively prevented Minnesota landlords from being able to properly screen their tenants, Minnesota was going through a wild time. Luckily the Minnesota Supreme Court has stepped in and issued a ruling that should help get things back on track. During the 101st episode of The Ask James Wise Show, real estate investing expert James Wise is discussing the recent ruling by the Minnesota Supreme Court that has found that the state law that banned landlords and the public from accessing eviction filings was unconstitutional, thus allowing landlords the ability to begin proper tenant screening practices again. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more real estate information, education, entertainment and investment opportunities.

 

 

 

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