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Scott’s never been one for the passenger seat. Whether he’s driving one of his high-performance sports cars on a race track, professionally racing his Trophy Truck off-road through a desert in the USA or Baja, Mexico or driving a smart real estate investment forward, he’s always most comfortable with his hands on the steering wheel. As a Real Estate professional, and publisher author, Scott started investing in Real Estate before he could legally drive.
Scott Yancey did his first Real Estate deal at the early age of only 14! He purchased a small second trust deed on a home in Studio City, California that earned 14% interest. While most kids his age were more focused on BMX bikes, video games and then cars as Scott was, he eventually used interest to help buy his. He also learned before most kids of his age that as a real estate investor, “Your money works for you.”
When Scott went off to college he got a job as a runner for a very successful real estate investment company. His boss, Walter J. Plumb III, told Scott something he has always remembered. Walter told Scott, “The last three runners that worked for me all became multi-millionaires.” Scott didn’t quite understand or believe what he said then, as Walter only used him to collect documents, maps, bank deposits and other odds and ends. Walter pulled Scott aside one day and suggested that he get his real estate license, take an apartment building he owned, convert it to condominiums and then sell the units with his real estate license. A suggestion was all that was needed, and Scott not only got his license but made so much money his first year that he quit his college career and focused on real estate full time.
Scott is still grateful to Walter who he no longer calls his boss, but now his friend, mentor and partner in Real Estate deals even to this day. Scott finds himself daily still saying and practicing what he heard for years from Walter. “Write an offer a day!” “What can we buy today?” “What are the jobs