Grow Your Wealth in Real Estate Wholesaling Business with Zackary Boothe

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Learn Real Estate Wholesaling Business wih Zackary Boothe

Before Zack Boothe grew his wealth in the real estate business, he was a window cleaner. You can even find his window cleaning tutorial videos on youtube with millions of views. Although he achieved success with his window cleaning business, he always dreamt of being a real estate investor. Taking a leap of faith, he walked away from window cleaning, and within a handful of years, he was making over a million dollars per year from real estate investing. Zack founded Boothe Home Buyers, and DMD Mastery. Zack is passionate about sharing how easy it is to be successful once you implement a system that consistently produces discounted properties. When he isn’t helping people make money through real estate, Zack can be found spending time with his wife and two children and hiking the mountains of the Western United States.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Introduction  [1:48]
  • Zach grew up in the mountain of Utah [3:56]
  • At 17, he worked and started a window cleaning business  [10:40]
  • How he got into real estate business  [12:55]
  • Getting into real estate wholesaling  [15:31]
  • Zach helps students to make fortune in real estate [17:05]
  • System to consistently find properties  [20:40]
  • Deal Machine, real estate investing lead generation app  [24:16]
  • Learn how to automate processes and hiring coaches  [27:35]
  • He wants to change lives and put money into people’s pockets [35:04]
  • Grow wealth in real estate [40:50]
  • Best ways to learn more about Zack, his  program [43:05]

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