What's this episode all about?
If you’re listening to this show, then you’ve probably heard that real estate investing is one of the best ways to build wealth. But how can you get started when you don’t have enough money to buy your first properties? And what will you do if you run out of money? Today's guest, Roger Blankenship, will answer these questions and other concerns you may have about pursuing your path to wealth and leaving a lasting legacy. Roger is an author, educator, motivational speaker, business leader, and host of the real estate show “Flipping America.” He has personally flipped more than 2,000 houses. In addition, he has participated in hundreds of other real estate transactions. Roger also teaches the science and art of real estate investing through his mentoring program.
Top 3 Things
- How to “dip your toe” into real estate
- How to recover from temporary setbacks and not give in to despair
- Determining what impact you'd like to have on other people
Roger Blankenship is the “Flipping America Guy.” He’s the host of the nationally syndicated real estate show, “Flipping America,” heard coast to coast three times every week with over 1.5 million listeners. He is an author, educator, motivational and inspirational speaker, and business leader. He has personally fixed and flipped more than 2000 houses and has been a part of hundreds more real estate transactions. In 2020, he founded the Flipping America Real Estate Investors Association, which now has 31 local chapters across the country with over 12,000 members. This club holds weekly meetings throughout the year. Roger also founded the Flipping America Academy and Coaching Program, which teaches the science and art of real estate investing. His team buys property in more than 25 states in the US, develops technology products and analytical tools for investors, and conducts extensive market research. Learn more about all this at flippingamerica.net. --- Roger is also teaching the Flip Starter Course in January: https://flippingamerica.net/flip-starter/.