Kathy Fettke, co-CEO, Real Wealth Network

Kathy Fettke is the co-CEO of Real Wealth Network. With more than 37,000 members in her network, Fettke continues to improve investors’ intelligence and create real wealth. Her company has raised more than $300,000 for charities, including Habitat for Humanity and Operation Smile.

Fettke is also the host of “Real Estate News for Investors” and “Real Wealth Show”, which rank No. 1 and No. 3 on iTunes in Real Estate News. Fettke‘s podcasts are often in the top 10 for Real Estate Investing on iTunes. Between her two shows, her podcasts have been downloaded one million times, a testament to her engageing topics and interview skills.

Fettke also continues to be asked for speaking engagements across the country, most recently speaking with some of the biggest names in real estate on the Investor Summit At Sea Cruise hosted by the Real Estate Guys. She has been interviewed and spoken extensively on the real estate market on such networks as Fox News and CNBC.

Fettke sees that we can get more out of life by creating real wealth through real estate investing, and she wants to share that with others. Whether it is through her podcasts, live events, syndications or speaking engagements, Fettke is out there making sure people are being lead toward a greater life through real estate investing.

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