Self-Made Millionaire: Inequality, Police Brutality, and the Building of a Cash Flowing Real Estate Portfolio

published 7 months ago by Real estate investing news and tips with Kathy Fettke, best selling author of Retire Rich with Rentals, Co-CEO of Real Wealth Network and Host of the Real Wealth Show and regular guest expert on FOX News, CNN, and CNBC

These last few weeks have been very eye opening for many of us who saw a police officer murder someone in broad daylight, with cameras rolling and onlookers demanding he stop. But he didn't. This, of course, triggered riots and protests across the country. Our guest today is somewhat surprised at the reaction, because he says police brutality has been a way of life for centuries. But he says, it didn't stop him from getting out of rough neighborhoods in New Orleans, and building a successful real estate investing company in Indianapolis. I've spent the last 15 years interviewing people on how they built success from the ground up. I figure if one person can do it, and then show the way, more can follow. Well, today's guest is one of the most inspiring people I've met. He was raised in rough neighborhoods in New Orleans, where he focused on basketball. This earned him a scholarship to college which he later applied to buying and flipping real estate. Today, he owns a large turnkey company in Indianapolis, and a property management company, and he's here to share his story on the Real Wealth Show.  

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