From Doctor To Real Estate Tycoon

Dr. Mark McKenna is not only a licensed physician, but he is also an aggressive entrepreneur that has a passion for community and patient advocacy. He is originally from beautiful New Orleans, LA. He is a graduate from Tulane University Medical School. This great doctor is licensed in Medicine, as well as Surgery by the Georgia State Board of Medical Examiners, as well as Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners.

While Dr. Mark McKenna earned his degree, he came to his conclusion that it would be hard to make a huge amount of money being a doctor. He had practiced medicine with his own father whom was also a physician for a small period of time. However, soon he realized that the real estate was where his passion was. He then began to build a real estate business.

Dr. Mark McKenna was led to launch a company for mortgage during the early stages of his real estate career, and it ultimately gave him ground to obtain a small title firm. Over these years, he became the CEO and was the founder of McKenna Crescent Investments, Uptown Title, as well as Universal Mortgage. He is a business tycoon. From doctor to real estate giant, Dr. Mark McKenna can attack any passion that he has and bring it to life on a large scale. This is even after he survived and rebuild Hurricane Katrina.

In the year 2005, Mark had lost millions of dollars literally overnight. His own employees were scattered throughout the United States., and his cash flow went from huge to zero. His properties were gone and he was very much underinsured on most of them. However, he had returned to New Orleans in order to rebuild his company and he helped the relief efforts while doing so.This shows that he is not only strong, but he is strong willed and determined, as well as focused.

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