Jim Toner is a renowned and experienced businessman who has been in the real estate investment game for more than twenty-five years. He started his career doing small wholesale deals without any credit or money and has worked his way up the ladder currently finding himself on CNN for giving veterans debt-free homes.
Real estate entrepreneur Jim Toner thought his journey to success began when he, together with some of his clients, were selected by a guru who was well known nationally. This guru was in charge of a well performing real estate company in Phoenix. They were included on FOX news on a weekly basis and had lots of professional athletes as clients on their recommence. These didn’t go so well for Jim Toner since he lost a tremendous amount of money during this time and he embarked on working with entrepreneurs on increasing their portfolio through celebrity positioning. He also published his book called “Send in the wolves” which was ranked position one on Amazon. Within no time, Jim Toner was back in the game after persuasion by a friend. With their team, they decided to invest in five markets. They started at Akron and advanced to other markets after that.
Jim Toner’s goal together with his team is to ensure that they build their portfolio in every city they set foot in alongside having their real estate training investment company ranked position one in the whole world. They purchase as many deals as they can and invest, and this has seen the company grow extensively. The company has a goal of spending on over five hundred homes within five years. For the past years, he has ventured into commercial real estate, real estate, local businesses and medium and small businesses markets. Jim has worked with several famous and wealth personalities including Bill Bartmann, Frank McKinney, Napoleon Foundation and many others. He has appeared on FOX, CBS, ABC and many newspaper and magazine formats. Jim is a philanthropist who has couched thousands of entrepreneurs through his 101 creating wealth system. Jim Toner believes that even the good guys can thrive in the dirty business oriented real estate world and he has been a high reference point in the past twenty years. See Toner’s documentary video on Vimeo.