Ken Van Liew is the #1 international bestselling author of the Modern Wealth Building Formula, educator, engineer, public speaker, and a world-renowned authority on Real Estate Investment and Development.
Ken is a titan in the world of real estate. He is known for his passion for real estate and how he loves assisting people to thrive in the real estate business. According to Ken, venturing into a real estate business and being successful requires intelligence, hard work, perseverance, integrity, and a never give up mindset.
He is responsible for over a billion dollars of construction across dozens of projects in New York alone which has helped change the New York skyline. His contribution to the building trade with the completion of more than $1.5 billion in high-rise construction has been recognized internationally hence the name "King of Skyscrapers." Ken regularly speaks on stages, including NYU Real Estate Institute and the College of Engineering at Rutgers University
He recently recorded a national documentary as a featured guest with Dennis Quaid, Viewpoint Project on Real Estate Today, Keys to Investing, that will be aired on 60M households on CNBC, Learning, and Discovery Channels. He has also been seen on NBC, ABC, CBS News, and Fox.
One of Ken's most recent accomplishments is approving the largest project in Franklin County, NC history. He's developing a 45-acre mixed-use development project that includes a wellness center, medical office, hotel, retail, self-storage, 75 residential mid-rise units, and 149 luxury townhomes.
He created the Modern Wealth Building Formula Coaching Program and the Global Real Estate Investment Enterprise, the world's highest real estate education and training level. He sincerely helps people achieve their financial goals and freedom, business success, real estate, and their dreams in life.
Ken's life is a true definition of "when life gives you a lemon, make lemonade." He had learning disabilities in grammar school and started a pre-engineering college program with a $10/week allowance. He then got financial aid and was able to graduate six years later. It was during this time that he began his professional career with a civil design engineering job. Shortly after, Ken and his wife had twins and were underpinned by a six-figure debt and his burning desire to serve others.
Sixteen years later, he cut the ribbon on the development of a $17M, 72,000 square feet, 113-bed assisted living facility. He parlayed this success into a Staten Island waterfront development and began a mastery journey with Tony Robbins. While attending Tony Robbin's Life Mastery event in Hawaii, his waterfront development was terminated due to the World Trade Center tragedies, which forced him to come home to lead, never give up, and always keep his dreams alive.
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