In this episode, John and Kyle discuss a recent tweet by Robert Kiyosaki, the author
of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad," in which he claims that Airbnb will lead to a real estate
market crash. They analyze the statement and provide their own perspective on the
matter. While they acknowledge that there has been a correction in the short-term
rental market, they argue that it is not a crash and that Kiyosaki's prediction is
exaggerated. They emphasize the importance of clarifying such statements to prevent
misinformation from spreading.
Robert Kiyosaki's tweet about Airbnb causing a real estate market crash has gained
attention, but it is an exaggerated claim. The recent correction in the short-term rental
market does not necessarily indicate a crash in the overall real estate market. It is
important to critically evaluate statements made by well-known figures and not take
them at face value.
"The answer is no. Just no." - John Teixeira
"The reason why I was even apprised of this statement is because I had at least two
different people tell me about what Robert Kiyosaki is saying." - John Teixeira
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