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Armando Montelongo capitalizes on the fact that his personal experiences in real estate investment is a modern day rags-to-riches story. In no more than five years he went from being a man with nothing more than ambition on his side to a self-made millionaire, a feat obtained though mastering the art of flipping—buying a run down cheap house, renovating it, then putting it back on the market.
His success at flipping 30 to 40 houses a month led to him hosting the popular TV show Flip This House on A&E Television. Today Armando Montelongo runs a real estate adult education company that is one of the top 19 entrepreneurial companies in America.
He is presently on tour in America addressing a series of Mega Millionaire Events. In these events, he teaches as many people as he can about the secrets to success in the real estate investment field.
During these events Armando covers such subjects as how he made money flipping houses during flat periods as well as when things were better before the Global Financial Crisis (GFC). Although the GFC wrought havoc in the American real estate industry, Armando Montelongo insists his system will still allow property investors to make a profit.
People who attend his current series of events will learn how to find the right properties, how to arrange funding (so that it costs you nothing), how to carry out renovations and finally how to flip the property at a profit. He confidently claims it can all be done on your computer in your own home, or down on the beach during vacation.