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Ironfish Review: My First Experience in Property Investment

Ironfish Review: My First Experience in Property Investment

I have always been intrigued by the prospect of property investment, but my interest in pursuing this sort of investment strategy never seemed to be appropriately timed. When the real estate market took a downturn and there seemed to be a wealth of properties available for well below market value, I still had the bulk of my funds tied up in other investments. When I cashed in on those investments and began looking to re-invest my earnings elsewhere, the real estate market had rebounded to such a degree that it didn’t make much sense to invest in a property while it was at the peak of its value.

Seeking to deepen my understanding of the best practices for successful property investment, I came across an Ironfish review that discussed a company that specialized in assisting investors like me build a diverse portfolio of investment properties. With the help of a mentor and a step-by-step investment system, I was able to quickly develop a portfolio of properties that I felt would yield a nice and sizable return on my initial investment. Once I had my portfolio in place, I was able to repeatedly call on my local property strategist for further assistance and guidance regarding how to best achieve my personal investment goals.

Perhaps the most beneficial outcome of working with Ironfish was the fact that I learned such a great deal about how to properly leverage my investments to generate the greatest possible return. The education was incredibly valuable and I am absolutely certain that I will be able to apply the principles shared by Ironfish to continue to enjoy the success I’ve already achieved through property investment.

Halden Zimmermann is a Truthworthy Friend and Mentor

Halden Zimmermann is a Truthworthy Friend and Mentor

I had another recent run in with my dear friend, Halden Zimmermann while going into downtown. Have you ever had a moment when you see someone you haven’t seen in awhile and you’re suddenly locked into an engaging conversation that seems to fast forward through time? That’s exactly what kind of connection Zimmermann and I have, no matter if we see each other every day or if it has been months or years since we have had our last run in with each other. There is always a conversation that never stop growing.

We all know someone who loves to gossip and these people along with the conversations with these people leave us feeling unfulfilled, sketchy of that person and other people and empty. It’s not that way with success minded people like Halden Zimmermann. Successful people talk about idea and future events, unsuccessful people talk about other people and that’s something I learned from my business mentors years ago. Mr. Zimmermann has a way about him that makes you think because he raises your expectations, expands on your ideas and dreams, improves on your thought process and he asks questions.

You know what the problem is with being an adult? We don’t ask good questions. We would rather accept something as true rather than ask the most powerful question that is asked by a 4 year old everyday: “Why?” Halden Zimmerman has always encouraged me to ask questions, rather than accepting something I didn’t understand and believing I would be percieved as foolish or unintelligent because I asked a question. Zimmerman’s motto has always been, “The only stupid question is the one you withhold from asking.”

When I retired from business in 1994, I thought I had left all my mentors behind, but Zimmermann has proved to be not only a good friend and loyal ex business partner, but also a trustworthy mentor not only in business, but in life as well. Everyone needs a Halden Zimmermann. If you have one, hold tightly to them and don’t let them go.