Today, we got Mike Butler for you, who will be sharing a jaw-dropping story about a property he bought for $20K that still rents for $1,000.
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About Mike Butler
While working his full-time job as an undercover police detective, Mike Butler began his real estate investing career by buying fixer-uppers and renting them to make extra money.
Mike quickly exploded his real estate business by buying 2 rental properties every week. Then he knuckled down and developed his amazingly simple Investor Books Pro System™ to deliver true financial freedom for his family. His proven and unique system allowed him to safely catapult wealth for his family by investing in real estate.
Mike also authored the book “Landlording on Autopilot” and made the #1 Best Seller Business Books on Amazon.
Now, he enjoys training millionaires and future millionaires and is a much sought-after featured speaker and trainer at real estate seminars all across America.
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