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Financial Freedom is NOT Debt Freedom with Keith Weinhold
9th December 2021 • The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast • By Russ Morgan & Joey Muré
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#219: If you’ve been listening to our podcast, then you’ve probably heard some of our guests talk about how real estate has turned them from ordinary 9 to 5 people, to earning 7-figures with passive income. They’ve shared multiple ways to start, even when you don't have money for capital. Today's guest shares how to ethically get other people's money to work for you and that you don't have to start HUGE; you just have to start. He started his first investment by buying a fourplex, living in one unit, and renting out the rest. Then continued to multiply what he had. 

In this week's episode, Russ and Joey interview Keith Weinhold, Founder of Get Rich Education and host of the Get Rich Education podcast. Keith has been an active income property investor since 2002 and a member of Forbes Real Estate Council. In addition, he is the author of 7 Money Myths That Are Killing Your Wealth Potential (Amazon #1 Bestseller). 

 

Top 3 Things You’ll Learn: 

  1. How to ethically get other people's money to work for you
  2. The big difference between being a real estate investor vs. being a landlord
  3. Learning to let go of tasks that are not serving you and allowing an expert to do it for you

 

About Our Guest:

Keith Weinhold, Founder of Get Rich Education, has been an active income property investor since 2002 and a Forbes Real Estate Council member. He is the author of 7 Money Myths That Are Killing Your Wealth Potential (Amazon #1 Bestseller). Keith also hosts the Get Rich Education podcast

Keith started real estate investing even before he was ready and learned from there. He bought a fourplex, renting out three units while living in the same property. Keith learned how to deal with tenants until he could find a property manager. He then moved on to investing in more properties, and he now teaches wealth-building strategies to others. 

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