Most people want to invest in real estate, but don’t know how to get started. Is there a right time? Is there anything you can do now?

You can absolutely start now. Even if you have no money, no credit, and no experience. Watching videos like these will help you know where to start. When you get knowledge, and take action on it, you’ll get results.

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Kris Krohn & Nate Woodbury

Becoming a successful real estate investor is easier than most people know… as long as you have the right Mentor and the right system. Click here to learn your best options:

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Video by Nate Woodbury (The Hero Maker)

Here’s my story of skipping college, pursing real estate sales at 18 years old, and becoming a millionaire by the time I turned 26. While this video mainly focuses on my successes, it wasn’t easy and it came with many sacrifices along the way – but thankfully it all worked out in the end. Enjoy! Snapchat / Instagram: GPStephan

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The Millionaire Real Estate Agent:
Your money or your life:
The Millionaire Real Estate Investor:
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Colleen Couse ( epitomizes integrity, energy, hard work and remarkable customer service in every detail of a real estate transaction. Shear Realty is extremely proud of Colleen for being a top producer year after y\ear and achieving 1 Residential Sales Volume for the third year in a row with closing over 16 million for 2015. Colleen also was ranked 1 short sale specialist in four consecutive years. Colleen is passionate about the needs and goals of her clients, and specializes in bringing peace of mind to sellers and buyers. She has made a high level of commitment to her real estate career and has received the distinguished award “Realtor of the Year” for her outstanding leadership, dedication and service to the High Desert Area.

Only days after President Trump signed the new tax bill into law, homeowners are already scrambling to take advantage of current deductions and prepay their 2018 property taxes before the new rules take effect. Brenda Flanagan of New Jersey Public Television reports, then Mark Steber of Jackson-Hewitt Tax Service joins Hari Sreenivasan to explain how the new tax code will impact high-tax states.

Former Reagan economic adviser Art Laffer gives his take.

We Serve Moms is a 501c3 Nonprofit Organization in Orlando, Florida that accepts land donations all over the United States to help homeless single parents and their children. Please Contact We Serve Moms at 858 529 5014 to donate.

We Serve Moms also accepts commercial, residential, land, office, nonperforming assets, condos and more for donations.
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Be on the lookout for a We Serve Moms branch in your area coming soon.
If you would like to help us, please tell everyone that we accept donated real estate all over the United States and send them to We also accept cash donations

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New executive order seeks to freeze assets of those involved in international trafficking.


Another Step Forward in the Fight against Human Trafficking


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ABC’s “The Business” reports on the slowdown in the growth of the Australian property market as Chinese investors pull out due to tighter regulations, and concerns of a housing decline.

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During his first year as president, Donald Trump has spent about a third of it at his personal properties or golf clubs. On Tuesday, the president’s visit to Trump International Golf Club in Florida, marked his 85th day at one of his golf establishments since taking office. The trips have been met with backlash from critics who say that a considerable amount of US taxpayer dollars are being spent on Trump’s frequent travels to-and-from his properties.