Bruce Glenn has been in the Birmingham real estate scene for decades. In this episode, we hear how he built his flipping house business on the side and now shows others how to do the same.
David started his multifamily career from humble beginnings. He started as a broker out of school selling small four-unit deals and now has a team selling and investing in multi-million dollar deals.
Brian Trippe entered the Birmingham real estate community with one goal in mind – connect with as many people as possible and help them grow their real estate business. In this episode, Brian shares his best advice for the investor looking to expand in the Birmingham market…even if you have no experience.
Rob played football at Duke University and turned his toughness towards the Birmingham real estate market. He’s built his portfolio to over 30 units and it continues to grow. A local realtor, he’s passionate about data and good deals.
Walter Baker has done it all when it comes to Birmingham real estate. He’s done flips, wholesale deals, coached individuals, and holds a lot of rentals today. Listen in as we learn the secret to his real estate success.
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