Mentor Financial Group Benefits From Synergistic Mixing of Experience and Skill

October 29th, 2011 - Posted by Admin

Peter Conti and David Finkel were the original co-founders of Mentor Financial Group. They formed the company in 1997 in order to get involved in real estate investments. David Finkel was someone who has experience with marketing and knew how to create step-by-step teaching systems. Peter Conti was a former auto mechanic who was also familiar with the real estate investment industry. Over the next ten years, Peter Conti and David Finkel worked together and their respective strengths became the strengths of the other partner too.

Eventually, Peter Conti bought out David Finkel and chose to run the company by himself for a while. He did this for five years before recently joining forces with Jerry Norton. Together, they aim to make Mentor Financial Group a company that specializes in the flipping of commercial and residential properties.

Jerry Norton has literally never worked in a healthy real estate market. He only got involved in real estate investments in 2005. However, over the last three years he has flipped over three-hundred properties. He clearly has a skill for crafting deals that has proven itself effective time and time again. It will be interesting to see how Peter Conti and Jerry Norton’s skills work together and how Mentor Financial Group benefits from that synergistic mixing of experience and skill.

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