About Brad Winget, The King of Real Estate

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Brad Winget is a former All-American College Baseball Player who was drafted by the Minnesota Twins out of Murray High School in 1994 but didn’t sign because of the strike. Since hanging up the cleats after college, Brad has now become a real estate expert and entrepreneur based in Salt Lake City, Utah. A Utah native himself, Brad has spent the last 25 years learning the ins and outs of the mortgage, real estate, home flipping, and vacation rental business building his own wealth in real estate while helping many others do the same along the way.   

His key to your success

Hard work, discipline, and being in the same business since graduating from college in 1998 has contributed to Brad’s success. The same attributes that helped him become one of the top 1% in baseball have also applied to his impressive real estate career. He has worked harder and longer than anyone he knows in his industry. Brad has learned multiple facets of the industry and holds multiple licenses, allowing him to take many educated risks and employ hundreds of people over his 25-year career. He is quick to pivot when he encounters change and he doesn’t make excuses—he just does whatever it takes to succeed. He also has incredible friends and mentors and has learned so much through all his successes and failures.

His upcoming goals for 2022

Brad wants to reach 1 million followers on Instagram and get the blue checkmark to show he’s verified. He wants to help others succeed like he has, as well as continue growing his personal brand and truly emerge as one of the best in his industry worldwide. He plans to meet other incredible people and experience things people only dream of. He also wants to grow his businesses and hire some of the most talented people around to help implement his ambitious vision and reach all his lofty goals. On a personal level, Brad wants to help his kids excel in everything they do and create a secure future for them to pursue any of their own dreams and ambitions.

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