Jim Toner is no stranger to the potential stress and discord involved in the high-level investment real estate game. He has experienced his fair share of hard knocks and come full circle on a true rags to riches story which he now hopes to use in an effort to help others formulate a winning business strategy. As an author, creator of podcasts, and downright wealth of information, Jim Toner can apply his knowledge to lighting the way for investors who wish to tackle the real estate investment business.
Toner is living proof that the markets can be accessed in a productive manner to yield a healthy income. To that end, he intends to make real estate investing a practical endeavor for those who wish to jump in and he is actively sharing brilliant tidbits of information to streamline the process through benefit of his expertise. In fact, he recently penned a book, “The Consumer’s Guide to Investment Real Estate: How to Profit In Today’s Market Using History’s Greatest Wealth Builder” which is a variable how-to guide on navigating the ins and outs of real estate entrepreneurship.
It is indisputable that real estate endeavors have created more affluence for investors than any other singular endeavor. Knowing that level of reward exists, one must take extra caution to fully recognize the logically associated risk, which is where Jim Toner (@thejimtoner) comes in. His expertise can help select a wonderful market to effectively get a new investor started, cut off time in several aspects of the purchase, renovations, and sale of the properties, and so much more.
In addition to all he has accomplished over the past 25 years in the real estate investment business, Jim Toner is also a philanthropist. He actively works with our nation’s Veterans and the homeless, service for which he has received national recognition. He is also a member in good standing with Frank and Nilsa McKinney’s Caring House Project Foundation. In addition to these efforts, he continues to maintain the advisory board chair on the Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Salvation Army. He is on Facebook, follow him here.
If you want to know how Toner survived the real estate game, check out this post.