Serial entrepreneur Ken Wimberly started his real estate career back in 2002. In his first year as a commercial real estate broker, Ken took home a “substitute teacher’s salary,” just under $22,000. The very next…

Real estate markets are starting to slow down, but do agents’ sales really have to slow along with them? Today’s guest, Peter Hernandez, doesn’t think so. He’s been in real estate since 1970 and has…