WHO IS JACK BOSCH?

Jack Bosch is an immigrant from Germany. He came over to the US from Germany in 1997 with 2 suitcases and a bunch of student debt. Prior to the year 2000 Jack had never been involved in Real Estate and did not know anything about that subject. Jack started in Real Estate investment in 2000 and over the course of 3 years developed and perfected an investing system that allowed him to do over 3,800 deals, becoming financially free in a short time.

What’s special about his program is that it deals with an asset class that most people overlook yet that you can buy often for 5% to 25% of market value (so a 75% to 95% discount off market value) and use multiple creative selling strategies to create “no hassle”, truly passive cash flow from real estate without having to talk to banks or qualifying for loans.

He has done deals all over the U.S., without even looking at most of these properties. His students are now doing deals in the US while living all over the world.

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Jack Bosch is an entrepreneur, nationally recognized speaker, and wealth mentor who became a cash and Forever Cash millionaire through real estate investments and online businesses. A German immigrant, Jack left his job after a corporate downturn in search for security and the American dream of wealth. Within 18-months he reached his goal by discovering and implementing the “Forever Cash” Wealth Philosophy.

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Jack Bosch has been a well-known figure in real estate investing circles for several years now, and his investment programs and seminars have helped tens of thousands of people to learn more about making money even in times of recession. Jack recently decided that it was time to go even further and to share his wealth creation expertise with the whole world. On September 10, 2013, his revolutionary financial education book Forever Cash was released.


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