Welcome back to “The Finance Cowboy Show”! We’re excited to bring you another episode with a special guest, Sam Flamont. Sam is a real estate investor and entrepreneur with a wealth of experience and knowledge in the industry.
During the show, Sam shares his inspiring story of transitioning from a career in baseball and coaching, to the world of real estate. He spoke about the challenges he faced and how he used his mindset to overcome them. It was fascinating to hear about his journey and how he managed to turn his passion for real estate into a successful career.
We also talked about the importance of having a line of credit when investing in real estate. Sam gave us some great tips on how to manage it effectively and how it has helped him make millions.
Finally, we discussed the importance of knowing your community when investing in real estate. Sam shared his experiences in building relationships with local communities and how this has helped him create successful investments that benefit both him and the community.
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