Investor University was established as a real estate investment training company to allow investors an opportunity to move their property and make thousands in the process. Investor University specializes in pre-foreclosures, foreclosures, rent to own and renovations. Our company provides solutions for all of your training needs. We are established in GA, VA, WS, TN, IL, SC and NC.
Our mission is to provide students with "solid" and "sound" Real Estate Investor Training. Investor University focuses on building a knowledge base that allows students to be successful in real estate and life. Investor University's objective is to become the premier source for Real Estate Education, Consulting, Mentoring, and Coaching in the country.
Antonio V. Carr
Enterpreneur, Realtor, Speaker, Investor, Motivator
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Financial literacy is the ability to understand money and how to manage it, in order to build true wealth. It is vital that each person takes the time to know and understand how your money is working to achieve your financial goals. The ability to manage money is important, but building wealth takes knowledge, discipline and determination. Don't depend on the news to keep you informed, most financial institutions don't have your best interest in mind. Take the time to learn and understand what can truly benefit you and help to achieve financial success.
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Define Success in Your Own Words
How do you answer these questions?
Originally posted on Gela Guiuo:
Let’s begin by simply asking yourself, “What success means to me?”What is success
Or you might need some famous quotations from successful people to help you give the meaning of your own success.
Here are my top ten favorite success quotes:
“Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.”–Winston Churchill
“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” –Maya Angelou
“Let no feeling of discouragement prey upon you, and in the end you are sure to succeed.” –Abraham Lincoln
“As long as you’re going to be thinking anyway, think big.” –Donald Trump
“Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.” –Benjamin Franklin
“If you are going to fear anything fear success. Think about what you are doing and when you succeed what life you will have” –Brandon Chalmers
“Success is not so much…
Is Money Smart?
Why the government—and the banks—don't want you saving money
Like most people, you were probably told growing up that saving money was a smart financial decision. Our culture is filled with positive little sayings about saving money like, "A penny saved is a penny earned," "Rainy day fund," and "Another day, another dollar." Our culture is also filled with phrases like, "Broke the bank," "Cleaned out," and "Money burns a hole in his pocket."
The truth is that for a culture that seems to value saving money, we don't show it in our actions. According to Zero Hedge, the U.S. personal savings rate was around 2.6% going into 2013, down from a high of over 14% in the 1970's. It's not a coincidence that around the time the personal savings rate started declining was also the time that the U.S. dollar went from being on the gold standard to being a commodity.
Even our government doesn't save, as we all know well after the last couple weeks of government shut down and stalled talks on increasing the debt limit.
Yet, still our leaders pay lip service to saving money. In 2009, Obama said, "Even before this recession hit, the savings rate was essentially zero, while borrowing had risen and credit card debt had increased. More broadly, tens of millions of families have been, for a variety of reasons, unable to put away enough money for a secure retirement. ... We cannot continue on this course."
The Millionaire Mentality
is a state of mind that embraces a positive attitude, desire and commitment, and the courage and persistency to succeed.
The Millionaire Mentality® emphasizes that the making of money should not be your primary goal in life. Money or financial success will not buy happiness. It may, however, allow you the opportunity to do things that will bring you happiness and contentment, if you so choose.
You have to work for something that you believe in, something that you love, and success will follow. The Bible states "cast thy bread upon the waters and it will be returned to you seven fold." When you do good (because it is the right thing to do) you'll find peace in your heart, an uplifting spirit and a Millionaire Mentality®.
It has often been said that an individual works for fun or for profit. The truly happy individual works at something he genuinely enjoys. He has fun working and he makes a profit at it. A good example is the professional athlete who is paid to play sports. Getting paid for doing something you really enjoy would be the best. So, what is the answer?
The first step is to define your goal or objective. What would you really like to do if you could. Once you define your goal or objective, devote all your energy to it. You'll find that working will no longer be dull, boring or tedious, rather, it will be challenging, exciting and fun.
Assume you realize your goal. What makes a professional athlete a star commanding everyone's attention?
Frequently Asked Questions
Investor University (IU) is a dynamic and progressive training program with a strong commitment to real estate investment training excellence. IU focuses on building a knowledge base that allows students to be successful in real estate and life.
At Investor University, we take great pride in our ability to teach, consult, mentor, and coach the finest quality of students.
IU's program is designed for individuals who wish to obtain a "solid" and "sound" foundation in Real Estate investing.
IU's curriculum is designed to teach you how to master the skills necessary to be successful in the lucrative world of Real Estate investing. Whether the property is a small rental house or a big shopping center, you will be taught specific skill-sets and terminology that will facilitate your success in real estate investing. Completion of IU's program will enable you to comfortably "talk the real estate talk" with potential clients and investors. You will also be able to evaluate properties and negotiate deals that will serve you throughout your entire real estate investing career. IU's Real Estate Investor Training Program will increase your real restate investment confidence and open your eyes to many new opportunities.
Yes. Couples and partners receive a discounted rate.
IU's Real Estate Investing Training Program costs $1,299.00 per person. It costs a discounted $2,000.00 for couples or partners.
Three consecutive days of intensive training for four (4) different sessions per year.
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