Meet The Real Estate Den Power Team
This powerful team of real estate investors, all Dean Graziosi alumni, have achieved great success in real estate. Now they have joined forces in The Real Estate Den to pay it forward and help others achieve real estate success. The amount of real estate knowledge and experience combined in this team is unprecedented.
Over the past 10 years the members of this incredible Power Team have trained and mentored thousands of students around the country how to be successful in real estate.
Today they have joined forces here in The Real Estate Den with one mission… to help as many people as possible achieve financial independence through real estate.
About The Founder
When Carol Stinson started her real estate career in 2009 she was a stay at home mom barely getting by financially. Since then she has went on to achieve financial success in real estate.
Today she is on a mission to help as many people as possible achieve financial independence through real estate.
The Real Estate Den is the ultimate fulfillment of that mission.
The Real Estate Den is designed to provide all of the support, guidance, education and resources needed to achieve financial success in real estate.
Learn more about Carol and check out her website.
About The Den Contributors
Learn more about Jay and check out his website.
Mom, that was my name for a very long time. John’s mom. Can John’s mom make a cake for the kindergarten party? Elizabeth’s (then Liz’s) mom. Can Elizabeth’s mom handle the car pool to ballet today? Grace’s mom. Can Grace’s mom go on the field trip? Hannah’s mom. Did Hannah’s mom mean to have a fourth kid, at her age? (I most certainly did).
Of course, at the same time I was also Nick’s wife. Nick’s wife is a really good cook. What does Nick’s wife do all day? Hang out at pool with their kids? S’pose she would take ours along too?
Flashback to life before kids. (Dinosaurs had just gone extinct.) I graduated from Cleveland State University, didn’t get a teaching job and ended up working at IBM. Learned that the corporation is not your friend, and left for good as soon we had our first child. Never looked back. Never. I was happy, content even, being Mom. One child followed another. Blessings. Nick, my husband, bore the weight of bringing in the mullah while I manned (wo-manned) the home front. It was a good life. A very good life indeed. Exhausting. Satisfying.
Life has seasons. There came a point when I felt I needed to step up and walk through a new door. Two kids in college at the same time, another couple to follow. Home Equity Line of Credit growing uncomfortably large. I was teaching piano – gosh, lots of piano. Teaching piano is probably the best thing you can do to increase your patience! I loved it and I endured it at the same time. Music enveloped me for a decade and I was washed in its beauty. But teaching piano doesn’t pay for college tuition.
Then one late night on came an infomercial (did you know the Lord can talk to you through an infomercial?) and I heard I could be a real estate investor. Me! Wait, Me? Yes, me. I got educated and I walked with courage and fear through the door I saw cracked open before me. (Knock, and the door shall be opened.)
Fast forward a hundred plus deals later; I’ve been teaching real estate investment around the world. Quite a thrill for a stay-at-home Mom. Now the questions sound more like…Where did you say your mom was this week? New Zealand
The love of my life, my husband of 38 years, was able to leave his job and let me bring in the mullah while he basks in his new career as an actor. My son is my business partner. Life is miraculous.
I’d be honored to help you push open a door or two. Here we go.
Having grown up in rural Montana, I’m a farm girl at heart, I got transplanted to the big city after college.
The city of Denver is where I met my man Chip. A match made in heaven, we married and raise our son Caleb, who is about to enter adolescence. Watch out world.
I worked happily at a builder business, putting to use my marketing degree and communication/negotiation skills.
Chip and I began investing in real estate the expensive way – the way where you save by not investing in education, but spend more because of the mistakes made.
We got ourselves painfully deep in debt, then realized education was the answer and dug deeper still. Never to be denied, we worked tirelessly and not only got out of debt, but became successful investors – wholesaling, flipping and holding rental properties in multiple states!
Chip chose to continue in his professional career, while I chose to leave the J O B to invest and mentor in real estate full time.
This choice has given me time to exercise my passion for my community. I love my role as President of the local Kiwana’s organization and can be found in any number of volunteer roles, especially at Caleb’s school.
I have been able to complete hundreds of real estate deals and teach thousands of new investors around North America.
I love the opportunity to give back and can’t wait to get you started on the path to your own personal Time to Profit.
Learn more about Gena and Andrea and check out their website.
Mirza Ali is an entrepreneur who invests in technology startups and in real estate.
He is experienced in running IT consulting company in New York, private equity and technology startups, big data, coaching, product innovation, design, online e-com branding, social media and e-com marketing agency, digital marketing, real estate investing, equity partner and board of advisers at many JVs.
He is a Diversified Investor/Entrepreneur and is always willing to share his knowledge.
He became active in real estate investing in 2004 and specialized in purchasing and selling land.