Investing In Real Estate Podcast with Clayton Morris Announces Its 250th Podcast Episode

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Morris Invest's Investing In Real Estate Podcast is slated for its 250th episode on educating the turnkey real estate space

Investing In Real Estate Podcast's Clayton Morris

The Investing in Real Estate Podcast with Clayton Morris will soon be celebrating its 250th episode! The podcast, launched last year, releases new episodes three times per week with the goal of helping investors learn and execute to buying rental real estate to build legacy wealth for their families.

Morris, a veteran news anchor, recently retired from an 18 year career as a television broadcaster once he hit his “freedom number,” the amount of passive income he decided that his family could live off of if he left his paycheck job. Morris hit his freedom number when he turned 40 and signed off the air at the end of this summer. He now puts his efforts into helping other people reach their goals too with his podcast, YouTube channel, blog, and more. You can download the podcast on iTunes, Overcast, Stitcher Radio, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Below is a favorite episode where Morris talks to veteran real estate icon Robert Kiyosaki about how to build a great team of advisors to help you reach your goals of financial freedom.

http://morrisinvest.com/podcast/2017/8/3/ep191-how-to-leverage-debt-to-build-wealth-interview-with-robert-kiyosaki

The Investing in Real Estate Podcast is a product of Morris Invest a turnkey real estate company, helping investors the world over to purchase rental real estate and find a great team to help them manage it with as little effort and disruption into their lives as possible. Morris and his wife Natali Morris have been investing in real estate for over a decade and share their experiences of acquiring over 30 properties to support their family of five.

To learn more visit http://www.morrisinvest.com

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