There are a few people who create a success story that can inspire many people. People can learn a lot just by reading their stories.
Benjamin Mallah, who is now known as Ben Mallah, is one such example, he is now a celebrated real estate tycoon of Tampa Bay who started from almost nothing and then worked his way through until he finally achieved an exciting net worth number.
A self-described “self-made millionaire,” he rose from the slums to his present-day wealth by flipping houses and commercial real estate.
He puts forth a lot of effort to ensure that his ambition is a reality for him and also his family, working relentlessly to keep his fortune and constantly pursuing more.
His wife and kids frequently accompany him on vacations to the Caribbean and Florida, hiring boats and generally living the good life, which is a far cry from the upbringing he received.
Ben’s appearance and physical presence might be incredibly daunting to someone who has never met him. Imagine how intimidating it would be to offer him a $500,000 marketing campaign given his 6’3” height, 400-pound weight, and $200 million net worth.
Ben grew up in Rockaway Queens, New York, a project where he was born and reared. He acquired the ability to hustle and advance in life there, and he now applies this approach to his business.
After 25 years, he is still doing the same thing, only with big hotels, housing complexes, and shopping malls. He currently controls more than 500 employees and owns real estate valued at over $200 million.
Ben Mallah was born on 29th October 1965 and was raised in Queens, New York. Ben claims that growing up was one of the worst things he is ever done, and maybe the worst thing someone could ever conceive of.
He did not have it easy, even though that notion is a little exaggerated. In the 1960s and 1970s, he resided in a home in one of the worst slums in New York City.
He was inspired to achieve greatness while exploring New York’s affluent districts. When he tried, he could see how good it could be. After coming to that conclusion, he was driven by a strong desire to succeed and earn a lot of money.
At age 14, Ben stopped attending school and started taking odd jobs in an effort to support himself. He worked at the office and ran messages back and forth, but his life in the New York slums was limiting him. The fact that his uncle had been found guilty of distributing heavy drugs did not help.
At the age of 17, he recognized the army as his chance to escape the city since he detested being poor.
Ben joined the army and served for a while, he knew it would not get him where he wanted to go, but it strengthened his character and taught him to appreciate the genuine changes that hard effort can bring.
Ben had considered a career in real estate for a long time, but it was not until he was employed by a real estate agent after serving in the army that he learned there was much more to the field and that property flipping might be the key to his success.