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My Life & 1,000 Houses: Failing Forward to Financial Freedom
This autobiographical tale is perfect for entrepreneurs and a must-read for anyone aspiring to be a real estate investor. Beginning with a handful of credit cards, he mastered the art of the purchase and sale of single and multi-family residences, small commercial properties, manufactured homes, raw land and lots, and eventually was honored by the San Antonio Real Estate I ...more
Paperback, 406 pages
Published November 12th 2008 by Booksurge Publishing
(first published February 2nd 2008)
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I read this book and then read it again. Then, I bought his course and began actually putting the concepts into motion. His website has over 100 hours of materials on it. I plow through more of it every single day and still have a lot to go. Not a day goes by that I don't learn several things. Mitch Stephen isn't a big "guru" like so many others out there. He's actually a real, live person who truly cares how the program is working for you and wants to see you succeed. If you demonstrated that y ...more
Mitch is a great story teller who writes with a passion for more than just real estate. The book is a must grab for real estate investors or enthusiast but do not expect it to be a "how to", as its more of a autobiography of Mitch Stephens life. Real estate investing poses challenges everyday, but this is not a story of someone who did it and got lucky, Mitch is a work dog and had to pound the pavement for years and years before he reaped any reward. Whats truly inspirational is how Mitch would ...more
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