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About Dan Brault
Dan Brault got into real estate in 2015 while working full-time. He started acquiring some rental properties and flipping some houses on the side. After a year, he decided to leave his safe and secure 6-figure job to go full-time in real estate.
In 2018, after one failed new business he found himself over $400,000 in debt and on the edge of bankruptcy. Consequently, he decided to focus 100% on wholesaling, and after 6 months Dan was able to generate over $500,000 in wholesale fees. It is now his drive and passion to help people avoid the mistakes he made and create massive change in their lives.
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