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In 2015, Cory Harelson had $0 in savings, $30,000 in student loans, and no financial knowledge.
After reading several books about money, he decided to invest in real estate.
He stumbled upon a mobile home park for sale and has since raised his net worth to $1.8 million.
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Cory Harelson, a structural engineer in Boise, Idaho, knew what it was like to feel trapped. In 2015, he was working anywhere from 60- to 80-hour weeks, overwhelmed with mortgage payments and bills, and balancing raising a young son. "It was like a race with no end," he says. But in just six years, he went from having $0 in savings, $30,000 in ...