Many Americans lost their homes and their retirement funds when the recession hit. While the real estate market wasn’t necessarily bad, people were not making the best decisions when it came to loans and their purchases. People lost hope after the market crashed, but Jim Toner believes that there is a way to come back from it.
Real estate investor Jim Toner has been an entrepreneur who invests in real estate for the last decade and a half. During this time, he has had high points and low points in his career and life. Through hard work, he was able to come back from financial devastation to become the success that he is today. Jim Toner believes that we have entered a period where people can potentially accrue a great deal of wealth. As long as people are prepared, the next 5 years could be very profitable.
As long as someone is willing to take the risks involved and get past their fear, Jim Toner will share his financial advice. It’s important to maintain a certain attitude when it comes to real estate. Instead of taking responsibility for the bad decisions, people immediately blamed the real estate market in 2008 when we were experiencing a financial crisis.
Prices are low in the real estate market and there won’t be a better time to start investing in it, according to Jim Toner. It’s important to have knowledge of the market as well as maintain an attitude of opportunity. If you only see the obstacles ahead, you are setting yourself for failure before you even begin.
You are the best thing that you have available when it comes to investing in real estate. Jim Toner (@thejimtoner) has worked hard to obtain the success that he has today and doesn’t believe there is any sure fire easy way to go about it. When he realized that he had to make himself a valuable asset, he began working on his life mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. When Jim Toner’s health wasn’t doing well, he still tried to succeed but found that he kept failing multiple times. He knew that he had to get himself to a good place before he could change things financially. See this video documentary on vimeo.
Connect with Toner: linkedin.com/in/jim-toner