Women of Inspiration™ Podcast EP23 – Frank McKinney – SupportHER – Real Estate Artist, Best Selling Author, Philanthro-Capitalist, Aspirational Speaker, Founder, Caring House Project Foundation | @FrankMcKinney | @FrankMcKinney (Insta)
In this episode, we chatted with Frank from his Treehouse in Delray, Florida about the women in his world. From humble and rugged beginnings, growing up with four sisters, Frank grew an appreciation for women! He shares growing up surrounded by women gave him a unique advantage and respect for women! We talk about his proudest moments as a hands-on father, his journey to success, marrying the life of his life to giving back with purpose building villages in Haiti.
Meet Frank McKinney, a true modern-day Renaissance man: Real Estate Artist, 6x International Bestselling Author (in 5 genres), Philanthro-Capitalist, Ultramarathoner, Actor, and Aspirational Speaker, founder of Caring House Project Foundation building homes in Haiti, who sees opportunities and creates markets where none existed before.
Upon attending his 4th high school in 4 years (he was asked to leave the first 3), Frank earned his high school diploma with a 1.8 GPA. Then, with $50 in his pocket and without the benefit of further education, Frank left his native Indiana for Florida in search of his life’s highest calling.
Now Frank creates real estate markets where others fear to tread. He has built oceanfront spec homes (homes built without a buyer) valued in the tens of millions of dollars, shattering price records with each new project. Frank started with a $50,000 fixer-upper, and climbed all the way to a $50 million oceanfront mansion – on spec!
Frank’s latest creation? His FINAL $14M Masterpiece, VIEW 3492 South Ocean, that he just unveiled!
Learn more about, the Caring House Project Foundation. Building self-sufficient villages in Haiti. Caring House Project can build a concrete home for a family of 8 who were living in a mud shack with palm fronds for a roof covering dirt floors with rodents the size of cats running across them, gnawing on the children’s fingers and toes as they slept for $4,800 per house!