Ben Muresan was born in 1985 in Romania, at a time when the country was under communist rule. His family escaped before the revolution and landed in an Austrian refugee camp in 1990. After immigrating to Canada and eventually reuniting with his siblings, Ben developed a passion for life and a gratitude mindset. His parents’ sacrifice for a better life developed a deep sense of responsibility within him early on in life. He dreamt of building an empire: motivating, entertaining, and investing in other people. Today Ben has developed the largest private mortgage company in southwestern Ontario, with a mission to serve young families and make homeownership possible.
Ben is the Founder of CashFlow Tribe, as well as an author, mentor, musician and motivational speaker.
In this episode we discuss:
- Introduction [2:05]
- Ben had a discipline problem while studying music [7:57]
- Buying his first real estate property at 21 [10:50]
- Creating real estate deals from conversations [15:50]
- Major pain points in real estate marketplace [20:20]
- What is Humble brand [23:35]
- Developing scarcity, experiencing identity crisis [28:45]
- Overcoming scarcity and have abundance mindset [30:40]
- Cashflow Tribe, a free community of active real estate investors [37:15]
- How to get in touch with Ben Muresan and Cashflow Tribe [41:08]
Links to sources and tools:
- Connect with Ben Muresan on LinkedIn
- Join the Cashflow Tribe and learn real estate investing
Listen to other PTSS Real Estate Episodes:
- How to Make Fortune in Self Storage Real Estate with Joe Evangelisti
- Grow Your Wealth in Real Estate Wholesaling Business with Zackary Boothe
- Specializing Niches in Commercial Real Estate with Tanner Milne
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