Than Merrill is one of the most successful real estate investors in the nation. Founder and CEO of FortuneBuilders and CT Homes, Than Merrill has bought and sold hundreds of properties nationwide during his investing career. Than founded FortuneBuilders with the simple idea of sharing his knowledge and passion for real estate with aspiring investors. As a graduate of Yale University and a former NFL player, Than attributes his success in sports, business and investing to coaching, education and systems.
These values were the driving force behind FortuneBuilders and the key to his student’s rapid success in the franchise-like systems he helps students set up within their business. Than Merrill is truly passionate about real estate and entrepreneurship which is why he is dedicated to guiding investors towards financial freedom and teaching them the principles of investing strategically.
Than starred on A&E’s Flip this House, a popular house flipping show and he is also a highly sought after speaker, having shared the stage with some of the top speakers in the country including former first lady Laura Bush, Tony Robbins, Sarah Palin and Robert Kiyosaki.
Than Merrill is also active in philanthropic efforts and started a non-profit charity with his wife Cindy (the brains of the operation) called Equal Footing Foundation. In addition to his own charity, Merrill spearheaded the creation of FortuneBuilders Gives; the company’s philanthropic initiative to provide opportunities for employees and students to give back to their communities.
Than Merrill’s FortuneBuilders Story
Learn about Than’s rise from the NFL to becoming a successful entrepreneur and founder of FortuneBuilders. For more videos of Than Merrill, visit his Youtube Channel.
Than Merrill – Contributor & Thought Leader
A bestselling Amazon author, Than’s book “The Real Estate Wholesaling Bible” continues to be a trusted guide for those looking to get started in real estate investing (visit the Than Merrill Amazon page).
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Additionally, you can stay in touch by following Than’s contributed articles on the following sites:
- Than Merrill on The Huffington Post
- Than Merrill on The Street
- Than Merrill on Inman News
- Than Merrill on Seeking Alpha
- Than Merrill on Modest Money