Real estate investor Kosi Stobbs launches online course on

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Richmond, Canada, July 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) –

Entrepreneur and real estate investor Kosi Stobbs has launched his first online course called “Mastering the Canadian Real Estate Investor” so anyone can become a real estate investment mogul like him.

Stobbs, who is already a young entrepreneur and accomplished author, writing his first book “F $ CK BROKE: Let’s Get Rich”, is now looking to expand his real estate investment portfolio and offer his expertise to the public. He wants the average person to understand the opportunity available to them in real estate investing, so he provides the tools to be successful.

The course is a “6 week hands-on training where you will learn how to invest in Canadian real estate and live off your income without going bankrupt”. It is aimed at anyone looking to gain knowledge about expanding their real estate and property portfolio, whether they are a seasoned buyer investing in a vacation home or a first-time buyer immersing themselves in the real estate industry. ‘real estate for the first time.

The course is divided into four different sections and reviews the terminology and key strategies needed to become a successful real estate investor. The course can be viewed on their website, http://www.kosistobbs.com/.

Upon completion of the course, a former real estate novice can become an accomplished real estate investor.

About Kosi Stobbs

Kosi Stobbs is a first generation Canadian who made a name for himself by saving, investing and spending his money wisely. He owns several seven- and eight-figure companies through Property Owl Group Of Companies, is a real estate investment mogul and serial entrepreneur, was named one of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 and Vancouver’s Forty Under 40 in 2020, and is now the author of his first Millionaires Manifesto, F $ CK BROKE: GET RICH.

For more information on Stobbs and his real estate investing course, visit his website: http://www.kosistobbs.com/


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