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At the core of land grabbing, politics, history and any form of human interaction lies economics. Jason Hartman is the founder and the CEO of Platinum Properties Investor Network, the Hartman Media Company and the Jason Hartman foundation. At the age of nineteen years, Jason embarked on a career in real estate while brokering properties for clients. His creativity hard work and persistence got him among the top one-percent of Realtors in the U.S and in quick succession, earned a number of prestigious industry awards and became a multi-millionaire.

Hartman has been involved in several thousand of real estate transactions and owns property in eleven states and seventeen cities. Platinum Properties Investor Network, Inc. is among his companies that helps people achieve the American dream of financial freedom by purchasing income property in prudent markets nationwide. Jason’s Complete Solution for real investors is a comprehensive system providing real estate investors with education, research and technology to deal with all areas of their income property investment needs.

Investing with Platinum Properties Investment Network

Jason HartmanThe index of real estate’s properties across the United States is updated on a daily basis by “Local Market Specialist”- Platinum properties investors. Are you an investor? New to real estate and don’t live in a market where the rent to value ratio is good at all? Having a passion for investment and cash flow? There are free learning material available especially in podcast form, resourceful investment counsellors, and knowledgeable market specialist and easy to research turn-key cash-flowing rental properties. Jason’s Creating Wealth Podcast on iTunes are a good idea that will expound your knowledge on real estate and its benefits that will lead you into growing your property portfolio more quickly. More on the effects of inflation on our current economy and how it eats away the loans.

Mortgages applications are down with new mortgage applications hitting a 14 year low. This correlates to the weak job growth and a slump in overall consumer confidence. The low mortgage applications are due to the new implemented Qualified Mortgage Rule’s higher standards that shut out many who might be buying houses. The other possible reason is the massive but little discussed ballooning of student loans debts, which may be keeping young buyers out of the market, and a stubbornly flat job market. Link up with Platinum properties investors who will literally walk you through financial freedom, and guides you through real estate investment.

Through our podcasts, educational events, referrals, mentoring and software’s to track your investments, our investors can easily locate, finance and purchase properties in these exceptional markets with confidence and peace of mind. We are at your service and that’s why you can visit www.jasonhartman.com where you will meet our Platinum Investors network that will provide your free portfolio makeover.


In the technical scenes, Smartphones and Tablets, iPhone, iPad and Android are the heirs of the home computer, making it possible to do business anywhere and everywhere. For the tech savvy people they will tell you there is an app for virtually every need, including investing and managing investment properties. Here is a rundown of five handy apps, mostly free from leading app stores for investors on the go.


This is made specifically for the landlords to keep track of the tenant’s rental payments and other expenditures. It provides updates on home price, property values and prospective tenants.



The users has the luxury to customize their own profile for their own interest and needs and have the advantage of tracking properties for rentals, property values and availability to purchase and rent.


It’s an efficient app that allows users to perform credit checks on the spot and tracks accounts over time. It’s free and thus has a lot of advertising but has a simple interface and repaid responses making it useful for screening potential tenants.


It’s available in both free and paid forms for Android, IPhone, iPad with most of its features being offered in its website. There is a provision for reading the latest business updates, listen to the podcasts and view trending financial and investing news.

  1. WSJ House of the Day

Wall Street Journal (WSJ) showcases new homes daily with details on architecture, furnishings and more.  The site has plenty of images and information about homes that range from the high end mansions to newly renovated vintage homes.