150: Ken McElroy: The ABC’s of Real Estate Investing



My guest today is Ken McElroy. Ken is the epitome of the word entrepreneur. For over two decades, Ken McElroy has experienced massive success in the real estate world–from investment analysis and property management to acquisitions and property development. With over $700 million investment dollars in real estate, Ken offers a unique perspective on how to get the biggest return on investments.

Ken is the author of the best-selling books The ABC’s of Real Estate Investing, The Advanced Guide to Real Estate Investing, The ABC’s of Property Management, and most recently his book on entrepreneurship:  The Sleeping Giant.

As the Real Estate Advisor to Robert Kiyosaki of The Rich Dad Company, Ken and Robert have co-authored several audio programs including How to Increase the Income from your Real Estate Investments, How to Get your Banker to say “Yes!” and How to Find and Keep Good Tenants. Ken is also a chapter contributor in the newly released, The Real Book of Real Estate.

A champion and advocate for entrepreneurs and real estate investors, Ken has spoken worldwide at top industry events. With media appearances on television and radio, Ken also host Entrepreneur Magazine’s Real Estate Radio program, where he helps listeners navigate the financial and legal arenas of real estate.

Never taking life for granted, Ken is active in the community and has been the Chair two years in a row for the Autism Speaks Walk in Arizona. Ken has also served on advisory boards for Child Help, and AZ Food Banks where he conducted the largest food drive in the state of Arizona.

Interview Links:

MC Companies

Ken McElroy

Rich Dad Advisors

Ken McElroy’s Books on Amazon.com

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