Nov. 22, 2022

Next Level Income with Chris Larsen

With the market still not in good shape these days, nothing is really certain. Most are in panic mode, if not anxious, about what's to come, especially where your investments are concerned.

But for your peace of mind, investing in recession-resistant properties will help you sail through turbulent times and come out strong.

Chris Larsen is the founder and Managing Partner of Next-Level Income, through which he helps investors become financially independent through education and investment opportunities. Chris has been investing in and managing real estate for over 20 years.

In this episode, Chris shares which properties he invests in keep him and his business afloat during hard times. Not only that, but he also shares the clever tactic he employs in all these asset classes he invests in that keeps on raking in good income despite the times.

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What you will learn from this episode for 19 minutes:

  • Determine which metrics you have to be looking at in evaluating recession-resistant properties to buy
  • Find out investment asset class that helps you strongly sail through economic downturns
  • Discover a tactic to use with your asset-class investments to keep you afloat during hard times


Topics Covered:

01:33 - Metrics to watch out for when evaluating properties to buy and where the market is headed at this time

06:05 - What is it about the stock market peaking this year?

08:31 - Recession-resistant property asset classes you can invest in

11:33 - Understanding the 'Warren Buffet Investing Strategy'

12:31 - An even more recession-resistant investment portfolio

14:31 - What makes this a low-cost maintenance investment strategy

15:45 - Another investment strategy that helps ride you through the market downturns

Key Takeaways:

"I talked about multifamily, but I really talked about a value-add strategy."  - Chris Larsen

"We just take our strategy [value-add], how can we apply this to other assets as well, and repeat the same."  - Chris Larsen

"The cool thing is, and this is our strategy, what we do is we go in, and we use much technology these days, and we can save a lot of money."  - Chris Larsen

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