Millennial Real Estate Investing Plan For Financial Freedom w/ Brantley Gunn

Enjoy this week’s Real Estate Success Podcast, with special guest, Brantley Gunn, as we discuss how a millennial can invest in real estate and find financial freedom.

“Jumping  outside your comfort zone forces your brain to rattle and find new opportunities”  – Brantley Gunn

 

Millennials and Real Estate Discussion points:

  • Facebook marketing, systems and virtual assistants
  • Brantley’s 5 year plan to be financially free at the age of 30
  • Being chained to desk with loads of student loan debt is not the path for all millennials
  • Why finding a good mentor can shortcut your path to success
  • Just do it!  Get out there an make a deal today!
  • Keys to buying foreclosures directly from the bank (before they are given to the Broker)
  • Bank of Brantley Deals
  • Why he loves being a 25 year old landlord

 

 “Desperation Is The Mother Of Invention” – Brantley Gunn

 

References:

BuyMyJacksonHome.com

 

 

About our guest:

 

 

 

 

 

Brantley Gunn is in the cash flow capital of Jackson, MS. He is a creative deal maker focused on his own pathway to total financial freedom by the age of 30. Being fired from a corporate job propelled him to acquire real estate through the use of private investors and business automation. Brantley implements automation through online systems and virtual assistants. Because of this, little effort is needed to acquire deals in his market. He is on track to accomplishing his financial free goal.

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