Marcos Engages in Dynamic Discussions about Real Estate on the Famous Interviews Show

Greetings from Marcos Jacober’s blog! Today, I’m thrilled to share with you a captivating interview from the Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino series. In this episode, we delve into the inspiring journey of Marcos Jacober, an Investor, Author, Speaker, Professor, and affectionately known as The Deed Hunter.

Marcos’s story is one of resilience and determination. Arriving in the United States in 1998 as a Brazilian immigrant with just $100 and a dream, he faced numerous challenges but never wavered in his pursuit of success. Working tirelessly in various jobs, Marcos saved diligently until he could venture into real estate investment.

However, like many, Marcos encountered setbacks during the 2008 financial crisis, losing everything he had worked so hard to build. Undeterred, he embarked on a transformative path, diving deep into the intricacies of taxes and deeds. Through perseverance and unwavering determination, Marcos emerged stronger, closing hundreds of successful real estate deals and solidifying his position as a prominent figure in the industry.

Today, Marcos’s portfolio boasts over 3,000 transactions, a testament to his expertise and dedication. Beyond his professional achievements, Marcos is a devoted father of two, exemplifying his commitment to family and community.

About Joe Dimino:

The talented writer and creator behind the Famous Interviews Show has been crafting compelling content since his college days at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, dating back to around 1993. With nearly 29 years+ of experience, Joe’s journey began at UMKC’s University News as a Sports Writer and has since evolved into a diverse array of expressive ventures.

From inventing poems to creating art, videos, and audio, Joe has always had a knack for exploring various creative avenues.

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