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EP155: Cash Is Trash, Cash Flow Is King – Interview with Damion Lupo

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EP155: Cash Is Trash, Cash Flow Is King – Interview with Damion Lupo

Podcast: Invest In Real Estate

Book a call with our team: https://goo.gl/dezwHT This episode of Investing in Real Estate is brought to you by Harry’s. Harry’s offers high quality razors at half the price of drugstore brands. Harry’s is so confident you’ll love their blades, they’re giving you a trial set for free—you just pay shipping! Visit Harrys.com/realestate to get your free trial set! You’ve heard it here before: the key to building lasting wealth is cash flow. Here to share his perspective on this topic is Damion Lupo. Damion is an entrepreneur, a financial consultant, and a high-level real estate investor. On today’s show, Damion is sharing the highs and lows he’s experienced throughout his storied real estate career. We’re discussing the importance of cash flow, how to get your mind right, and so much more on episode 155 of Investing in Real Estate! “Investing in Real Estate has a laser focus on buy and hold rental properties in order to create passive income. Clayton shares tried and true methods for acquiring rental real estate, building net worth, and accelerating your financial freedom. This podcast utilizes expert interviews, case studies with normal everyday investors, and Clayton’s own methods for achieving passive income. Learn how to acquire turnkey rentals, discounted properties, passive income and true legacy wealth!” – Clayton Morris

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