REI Mastermind Network | Real Estate Investing Strategies & Mindset
EP075 - Damion Lupo - Your Mindset Can Lead to Financial Freedom
September 9, 2018
Damion Lupo bought his first rental income property with a Visa card and a $6,000 cash advance. He went to every seminar he could find and did everything the coaches told him and still ended up almost declaring bankruptcy during the 2008 crash. Damion’s role in the real estate industry today is as a lender where he can live the lifestyle he wants while building his wealth and advising the investors he partners with.

Damion Lupo’s real estate investing career began almost 20 years ago when he bought his first rental income property with a Visa card and a $6,000 cash advance. Damion went to every seminar he could find and did everything the coaches told him and still ended up almost declaring bankruptcy because he was doing the fun stuff, but not the hard work.

 

He flipped a switch, did the work it took to be successful and in the next 5 years built up a $20 million portfolio with 150 properties including houses, apartment buildings, and condos.

  

 

Damion’s role in the real estate industry today is as a lender where he can live the lifestyle he wants while building his wealth and advising the investors he partners with.

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