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About Eric Martel
Eric purchased his first apartment building at just 18 years of age. After graduation, in his position as an actuary, he was dismayed to see hundreds of company pension plans being rolled over into 401(k)s shifting the retirement risk to employees. This made Eric reconsider traditional beliefs about retirement saving and question his role as an actuary so he joined the lucrative technology industry.
A few years later, Eric lost a fortune during the dot-com crash of 2001. Then, he came back to real estate investing and formed MartelTurnkey . After just four years of rapid success, he was able to retire from his day job. Today, Eric wants to share what he has learned through his own experience so that we don't make the same mistakes he did.
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