Are you ready to become a Deal Maker?
In this video, Sherman Ragland, the Dean of the Realinvestors® Academy talks about becoming a Deal Maker is no different than any other learned skill. The best part of becoming a Deal Maker is that the best way to become one is to hang out with other Deal Maker’s and learn while you earn. This is (one of) the secrets of the “21-Days to Real Estate Riches!”®️ system. In fact, we actually have a LIVE weekly training session called “The Deal Maker’s” workshop that goes along with your ownership of the 21-Days system and will get you up to speed as a Deal Maker in no time.
Sherman Ragland is a Founding Member of the FORBES® Real Estate Council, and an Amazon® best-selling author of several books including “7 Simple Steps For Getting Your First Home!” and “Real Estate Investor Secrets”.
He has been called “America’s Real Estate Mentor!” by ABC-Television, and “America’s Wealth Creator!” by Think Realty Magazine”.
He is the creator of the “21-Days To Real Estate Riches!®” system, which shows new investors (step-by-step) how to get their first deal in ass little as 21 days.
Upon completing his MBA at the Wharton School of Business (UPENN), Ragland served as the CFO for XEROX Realty Corporation’s Lansdowne, VA development. A 2,300, acre development along the Potomac River in Loudoun County, VA. Ragland left Lansdowne to become a Development Manager for the Oliver T. Carr Co., where he was responsible for several developments around the King Street Metro, including several association headquarters buildings and the initial phases of development of Carlyle, the US Federal Courthouse for Eastern Virginia, and the US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) near the King Street METRO in Alexandria, VA.
In 1993, Ragland founded Tradewinds International Holdings, LTD, an investment advisory firm directly responsible for the disposition and privatization of over $21.0 Billion in Federally owned real estate assets. Significant achievements included: The NEWSUEM development on Pennsylvania Avenue (Representing the DC Government), the disposition of defaulted government-held mortgages for the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) and US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); Advisor to the US General Services Administration (GSA) US Public Buildings Service (GSA-PBS); and creating and managing the US Radio Spectrum Auction Program for the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Ragland and his team also manage the private jet facility at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).
In 2001, shortly after the birth of their second son, Ragland and his family suffered a catastrophic financial loss related to the events of 9/11. Needing a new source of income, Ragland turned to wholesaling and flipping houses in Prince George’s County, MD. Within his first year, local real estate investors from around the D.C. region began asking him to mentor them and in 2003, Ragland formed the Realinvestors® Academy, the nation’s only real estate investor school approved by a state board of higher education (MHEC).
In addition to running the Realinvestors® Academy, Ragland is involved in several real estate projects in downtown Baltimore and Prince George’s County.
He holds an MBA from UPENN, a Masters in Urban Planning from the School of Architecture of the University of Virginia is a Certified Commercial Institute Member – CCIM® and is a Full Member of ULI. Ragland is an adjunct faculty member of the Business School of Bowie State University, and a member of the Board of Visitors of Towson University.
To Contact Ragland please go to: https://www.ShermanRagland.com
For more on real estate investor course please go to: https://www.realinvestors.com
For more information on how to get your first real estate deal done please go to: http://www.21DaystoRealEstateRiches.com
To join a local REIA in the Greater Washington, DC region please go to: https://www.dcreia.com
For more on Bowie State University please go to: https://www.bowiestate.edu
For more on Towson University please go to: https://www.towson.edu/
For more on the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) please go to: https://mhec.maryland.gov
For more information on FORBES please go to: http://www.forbes.com