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Peter Conti started out as an auto mechanic and began investing in real estate in 1990. Within three and a half years Peter had become a millionaire and has never looked back.
But what is the real scoop on Peter Conti – What makes him tick, why did he decide to become a real estate investor, how did he decide to become partners with Jerry Norton, what does Peter Conti like to do for fun?
Peter says that when he was a mechanic he was always looking for ways to improve himself. He read Think and grow rich, he listened to Tony Robbins self development audio tapes, and he kept an ongoing list of goals and things he would like to do during his life.
The problem was that Peter’s income as a mechanic wasn’t going to go very far. He said that in his best year ever as a mechanic he made $28,000. One of the books that Peter Conti read was “Nothing Down” by Robert Allen. This book planted a seed in the back of his mind. So while Peter was fixing cars, part of his mind was busily working away trying to figure out how to make the change from mechanic to real estate investor.
In march of 1990, Peter Conti finally made the jump and bought his first investment property. He remembers being so afraid at the closing that he was actually shaking. His Realtor, named Don, reached over and gave Peter a pat on the back saying “Don’t worry, everything’s going to be OK.”
Well, now that Peter Conti has become a multi-millionaire from real estate that’s easy to see. But Peter says he remembers what it was like to get started from scratch. “I’m always looking for more ways to make it easier and easier for the average person to make money with real estate.” Says Peter, “I know what it’s like to get going and in today’s economy, everyone needs all the help they can get.”
Peter became partners with Jerry Norton after Jerry called him up one day. Peter was so impressed with the types of deals that Jerry was doing they decided to test out working together initially on a project basis until they later became partners.
Peter used to race moto-cross and fly sailplanes, but now he enjoys running, triathlons, and riding his Jet Ski from the dock behind his house, which is on the Chesapeake Bay in Annapolis, Maryland.