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How Jalal Abuimweis Became A Real Estate Investor And Landlord At 28-Years-Old

Nowadays, there is so much pressure on the younger generation. Society, and most of their elders, want them to achieve success and stability at an early age, something that can be challenging if people don’t have the right motivation for their actions. 

Age isn’t what aids people in their pursuit of success. It’s the experiences that allow them to handle new struggles and realize their full potential that makes a person well-equipped to rise above their current situations. 

So when Jalal Abuimweis achieved a lot at the age of 28, he owes it to the things he encountered in life and the lessons he learned from it that made him into the man he is today. Having accomplished great things early in his life is just a result of him leveraging his full potential with the right motivation. 


How His Journey Began 

Currently, Jalal works as a real estate investor and landlord of more than 50 apartments in Miami. In the last three years, he managed to buy and sell over 400 properties. 

But the road to his path didn’t start easy. He started in the real estate industry back in 2015 but he didn’t have any income. 

“I didnʼt have any income, it took me months to accomplish my first transaction and ended up sleeping in my car for months,” he said. 

Yet Jalal saw this only as a temporary setback and preserved it in his career until it bore positive results. This determination paid off when he accomplished his first and second deal, which helped him move to a better place and get his act together. 

Since then, he continued to grow in his career until he gained all the accomplishments that he now has. 


Helping Real Estate Investors And Agents 

“What I do is I buy distressed real estate from sellers that canʼt maintain their homes and need the cash to solve a problem they may have, and sell the real estate to investors in the area,” Jalal said. 

This results in helping people in need and improving the neighborhood by selling the properties to an investor who improves them before selling them to an interested buyer. 

Jalal has worked with around 400 clients who can attest to the quality of service that he provides. This is because Jalal also recognizes ethics in his line of business. While many people see the real estate industry as a great way to earn money, he makes sure to always do the right thing and go above and beyond to accomplish the sale to help everyone involved.

Learn more about Jalal Abuimweis on his Instagram account

US Army Combat Veteran turned writer helps people reach new levels of success and influence with personal brand building. Luis also writes for Entrepreneur magazine and runs TEDx events and TED circles online. Mentored by Mark Cuban his eye for business and potential growth has been trained at a billionaire level.

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