Real Estate Investment Specialist, Mike Conlon, Featured on Bravo
Mike Conlon, President and CEO of Affordable Communities Group, LLC, was recently seen on Bravo and A&E in major markets coast to coast as a guest on Hollywood Live.
Cary, NC – March 20, 2018 – Mike Conlon, Real Estate Investment Specialist, was recently a featured guest on Hollywood Live. The show, which filmed at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, California by an Emmy Award winning crew, was hosted by Jack Canfield, Best-Selling Author® and co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul. The show included guests from around the country who shared their expertise and stories of their success. Conlon was one of the guests on the show, discussing his company ACG and how he helps his clients with affordable housing.
Hollywood Live, filmed in Los Angeles, is produced by The Dicks and Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency®. The episode featuring Conlon recently aired on Bravo and A&E in major markets coast to coast.
Mike Conlon is President and CEO of Affordable Communities Group, LLC (acgmhc.com) based in Cary, NC. He currently owns 30 mobile home communities with approximately 5,000 spaces in the Midwest and Southeastern U.S. In addition, from 2002 until today, Mike has done 8 full-cycle (buy, rehab, sell) apartment deals and 16 full-cycle mobile home park deals, generating profits of over $20 million.
Mike is also a Best-Selling Author® of two books –Unconventional Wealth and Transform (both available on Amazon) and has been seen on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNBC, Fox, The Wall Street Journal and several other publications.
Mike is originally from Green Bay, WI (go Pack!). He received his law degree from the University of Minnesota in 1990. He was active in the financial planning business from 1990 through 2002 where he owned a financial planning broker-dealer that he grew from $1.6 million in revenue to over $40 million in five years and then sold to a large national insurance company. He also owned a large, full-service financial planning firm that had over $100 million in client assets, which he sold in late 2002.
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