My Guest on the Show…
Real estate investor and co-host of the Weekend Edition Fox and Friends on the Fox Cable News Network comes on the show to talk about building passive income through turn-key real estate investment properties.
Believe it or not, Clayton and I record this episode one day after his farewell-to-television aired on Fox and Friends so he could pursue his true passion – showing people how to get started in real estate investing and building long-term wealth.
Clayton shares his story of how he jumped into investing in real estate before making it big in television, and how it has completely changed his life forever. During our interview, we talk about:
- Starting off in television and living below the poverty line
- His first rental property and the sweat equity required
- His major fail in the world of real estate and what to look for now
- The flight to New Zealand that changed his life forever
- Where in the country Clayton is currently buying and why
- What size home does he recommend for highest return on investment
- How he is currently helping others and generating income
- How to determine your “Freedom Number”
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Mentioned in this Episode
Clayton celebrates his last day on Fox and Friends [2:34]
Working in TV doesn’t mean you’re rich [5:24]
How you truly build wealth [8:09]
The flight that changed his life [20:10]
Determining your freedom number [46:43]