Making a Difference in Business AND Nonprofit Work
Gregg Cohen, Co-Founder of JWB Real Estate Capital in Jacksonville, FL, shares how his team runs a successful real estate investment business AND an incredible nonprofit.
Since Gregg was a writing client of mine, I’ve had the privilege of seeing behind the scenes into their JWB Cares nonprofit work. That’s why I knew he would be an amazing person to interview for the show. His team’s energy for making a difference in their community is contagious. They’ve done some incredible work in Jacksonville.
The JWB Cares’ biggest projects so far include building and giving away three homes to U.S. military veterans! They’ve joined forces with many other community partners to pull it off. Their own JWB team of 80+ employees also rolled up their sleeves to get their hands dirty – literally – to help with the homes. You can read the story here and watch the veteran’s thank you video here.
Listen in to hear how this team is creating a powerful company culture and making a big impact. You’ll walk away with inspiration for your own work.
About Gregg Cohen and JWB Real Estate:
As a founding partner of JWB Real Estate Companies, Gregg Cohen has seen the company grow from humble beginnings to serving over 1,200 clients worldwide with total assets under management of over $450 million.
JWB helps clients diversify out of the stock market by building a fully managed rental property portfolio for the client. Cohen and his team have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Inc. Magazine, The Jacksonville Business Journal, and The Florida Times-Union.
If you’d like to learn more about JWB’s investment strategy and how to deliver better returns for your rental property portfolio, please visit www.jwbrealestate.com or call their office at (904) 677-6777.
Download the free JWB Passive Income Guide to learn how you can invest in real estate as easily as buying and managing your stock portfolio.
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