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Callum James B.A., B.Ed., M.A., CDEI has over fifteen years of experience training Canadian financial advisors and North American real estate agents and brokers about professional continuing education issues. He is a licensed teacher and instructional designer but is not licensed to sell REITs or any other securities. Prior to dedicating his career to professional education, Callum sold life insurance and mutual funds in Ontario, Canada. Disclosure Statement: Callum James owns real estate in the form of direct property, REITs and mutual funds.
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