Student Success Stories: Tim and Melody

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Tim and Melody started real estate investing to create a better life for their daughter. They shared their story for our Student Success Stories series.

We love featuring our talented students on the blog, and this month we are sharing Tim and Melody’s story. Here’s the Texas couple’s amazing story and why they decided to become real estate investors. WHY DID YOU START REAL ESTATE INVESTING? I can’t say that our original plan was to be real estate investors. We did know that we were … Read More

Student Success Stories: Brian and Pauline

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This month’s Student Success Story features Brian and Pauline from Texas. Here’s the inspiring story from Brian of how his life was completely transformed because of real estate investing! BRIAN AND PAULINE’S SUCCESS STORY I started investing in real estate because I saw a Carlton Sheets infomercial when I was 19 years old. I knew immediately that was what I wanted … Read More

Student Success Stories: Bryan and Maira

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Student Success Stories was created to feature our amazing students. Read Bryan and Maira's story to get inspired to start real estate investing.

We are excited to announce our new post series, Student Success Stories, featuring YOU! Once a month, we will be sharing the stories of our many successful students and how Success Path Education has made a difference in their lives. Our first post features Bryan and Maira from California, who started flipping houses in 2014 and they haven’t looked back … Read More

What is the Best Way to Start Building a Real Estate Network?

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One of the best ways to kick-start your real estate investing career is by attending real estate networking events during the year.

As you probably already know, the real estate business is all about reputation and relationships. As you’ve started to grow your real estate investing business, you’ve created and built relationships with real estate agents, contractors, wholesalers, and others in the real estate investing industry. With each new person you meet, you get access to even more people in the business, … Read More

Success Path Provides Quality Real Estate Investment Education

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Success Path provides quality real estate investment education to individuals, entrepreneurs, and small business owners aimed at improving their lives.

March 17, 2017 Success Path is a paid advertiser of Sonoran Living. Success Path’s mission is to provide quality real estate investment education to individuals, entrepreneurs, and small business owners aimed at improving their lives. The Success Path seminars and programs provide great value through both free seminars as well as paid educational programs at a very competitive rate when … Read More

Why Should I Take the Success Path Real Estate Investment Workshop?

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The Success Path real estate investment workshop is the only program endorsed by Tarek El Moussa and Christina El Moussa.

Success Path Education is the premier real estate education investment program developed in conjunction with real estate investors and television reality stars Tarek El Moussa and Christina El Moussa. Using the El Moussa’s own real estate investment methodologies and systems, the Success Path Education Program is one of the most in-depth and comprehensive training programs available in North America & … Read More

Do I Need a Business License to Begin Flipping Houses?

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While a business license for house flipping isn't always necessary, you will need to get one if you decide to get serious with house flipping.

A lot of new house flippers tend to be confused about business licenses, but for good reason. The world of business can be overwhelming, especially when you aren’t sure what direction you are supposed to be going in. Consider this. Are you planning on flipping one or two houses a year while still holding on to your full-time job? Or … Read More