Many are forecasting inflation, even run-away inflation as a result of massive government stimulus and money printing. Quietly, however, a growing number of economists are predicting deflation, including deflation of the residential RE market. In the legal segment, Spencer will examine massive hidden stimulus resulting from legal roadblocks to enforcement of lender and landlord rights, and why continuation of eviction, foreclosure and payment moratoriums may be signaling residential real estate deflation and a recession.
No interview this month in this abbreviated episode, with a special interview in our next Episode.
In our final segment, we will take a detour from our WHERE IS THE LOVE segment and will travel to the BIZZARO WORLD to look at just how far things have changed since the official onset of the pandemic last year.
Federal, State, Local and governments are increasingly regulating every area of life. When is the state overreaching and when is it acting legitimately to balance the rights between landlords and tenants? Examine increasing regulation of landlord and tenant relationships in CA, governing everything from rent control to a recently enacted law in 2021 requiring that landlords accept Section 8 vouchers or face discrimination law suits. Then join Spencer as he interviews Jon Seigel a well-known landlord counsel as they discuss these laws and the impact on Landlords and Lenders in CA. Key insights into real world issues facing lenders and landlords in court and how to respond to them. Finally, in our Where is The Love Segment, Spencer will examine some ridiculous laws passed over the years. He will compare them to even more ridiculous laws recently passed because of the state of emergency arising under the pandemic to see if there needs to be a more rigorous effort balance health and safety concerns with personal liberty in order to “Keep the Love”.
Episode 2: Anything can and will happen to lenders, landlords and investors in the United States Bankruptcy Court. Examine some of the most impacting trends, as Spencer takes you through the bankruptcy demolition derby and what you can do to avoid demolition of your rights. Then listen as Spencer interviews retired Bankruptcy Judge Alan Jaroslovsky and get Judge’s take on these issues along with colorful stories of his years on the bench. Finally, in the Where is the Love Segment, Spencer will examine the recent case of Martin v City of Boise. allowing homeless people to sleep or camp on public property and the potential for further devastating impact on the rule of law in this country.
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