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DONALD J TRUMP The Start-up Financing of What Became Real Estate Empire Charles Creek Entrepreneurial Finance Fall 2000 Donald Trumps road to fortune began the old fashion wayhe inherited it Unlike the million dollar overnight IPO successes of innovative mega moguls entrepreneurs in the current dot com era The Donalds roots had been firmly planted both fiscally and by practice in Real Estate by the generations before him The patriarchy of the development dynasty was Donalds Grandfather Fred Trump Sr One of many German immigrate to arrive at Ellis Island in the late 1800s Fred Sr quickly realize the true value of real estate investing in New York At the time of his death the senior Trump had amassed six property parcel in New York a large life insurance policy and held 14 mortgages In addition it is reported that owned the rights to 50 shares of preferred stock several outstanding loans and a number of other buildable lots The total value of Trumps Estate exceeded 36000 a small fortune at the timeBarrett 35 This amount would serve as the stepping-stone to the familys trade in real estate If Fred Sr was the spark that started the of the Trump real estate empire then his son also named Fred was the kindle wood that eventually set the fire ablaze It was from his father that Donald would learn the many defining practices that shaped his paradigms for both business and personal endeavors While possessing carpentry and construction skills Fred Jr never had any formal training or experience in the world of real estate dealings In fact prior to being forced into running local grocery store during the great depression Fred only had ever built three houses His rawness in the field however didnt slow him at taking his first major jab at the field of high price acquisition negotiation
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