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Ramon Martinez used to work for people, now he teaches people how to work for themselves. Let go from corporate America, Martinez went from breeding English bulldogs just to make ends meet to running a multimillion-dollar wholesale real estate company. Now, he’s giving back by helping others achieve the same success he has.
This week, Martinez will share the stage at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown with some of the nation’s biggest names in wholesale real estate during his signature event “Wholesale Sharks Present.”
More than 700 people have already registered to attend where they will learn proven strategies and tactics to earn better returns from investments in real estate. Additionally, Martinez and the sharks will share personal success stories to prove that with the right guidance, anyone can become a successful real estate investor.
This isn’t Martinez’s first time speaking on his success in the wholesale real estate industry. He’s attracted large crowds at previous events and on his Instagram account, Ramon Wholesale Sharks.
Martinez will be joined by Flip2Freedom.com founder, Sean Terry, a former U.S. Marine with a cumulative real estate investment transaction value of more than $120 million and Max Jimenez, co-owner of Max Cash Offers, who overcame a challenging childhood to become a respected leader in the Phoenix wholesale real estate market.
Other speakers include Zak Kepes, Anny Draginova, Jacob Blank, Ricky Morgan, Rodrigo Martinez, Ruben Valdez, as well as a surprise special guest.
Wholesaling is widely considered one of the top short-term investment strategies to date. Since it does not require significant capital or professional licensing, it is a great way for all individuals to get involved in the real estate market.