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Oct 23, 2019

In today's episode, Curtis talks to a guest friend and mentor Rob Minton, the founder of Dividend Real Estate. Rob shares some of his experiences in business and where he started from. Dividend Real Estate is the outlet for Rob Minton, who is an active real estate investor in Cleveland, Ohio area. Rob started investing in real estate in the early 1990s and has owned several commercial properties, apartment buildings, single-family homes, and mobile homes as investments. Today he owns and manages a large portfolio of income properties. Stay tuned and enjoy this episode!


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Show Notes

  • How he started - 1:50
  • Loving Real Estate and being an agent - 2:45
  • What happened before the market crash? - 3:30
  • One of the big lessons that he learned - 4:48
  • What happens when the market crashes - 5:39
  • Being prepared for all market cycles - 6:07
  • Studying about markets and businesses - 7:14
  • What is a real estate investor? - 8:13
  • How to redesign your business - 9:18
  • Building his Real Estate company - 9:43
  • What happened when the market crashed - 10:27
  • Doing investor deals - 11:27
  • Apartment buildings and single family homes - 13:58
  • What he learned from the crash - 15:15
  • The Joy of Compounding book - 18:22
  • Understanding the book - 19:17
  • Look for common allies - 23:38
  • Books to read that will help you in your business - 25:44
  • What makes you an excellent investor - 27:47
  • What is living a good life? - 29:15
  • Never using his Real Estate license - 31:30


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