Between 1994 and 2007 Scott accumulated a portfolio of eighty-four properties and nearly $1 million in cash. He was close to hitting his goal of owning 100 properties and then retiring to live a life of true freedom.
That’s when the real estate crash happened.
His income streams evaporated overnight and he lost millions in equity. Fifty of his eight-four properties were lost to foreclosure. Even worse, because of the recession, many of his tenants were perpetually on the knife’s edge of missing their payments.
But Scott is not the type to just give up.
Fast-forward to today, he owns seventy-four properties right here in the Hampton Roads Area. That number isn’t the eighty-four it used to be but don’t let that fool you. His business is actually far more robust than it was before the crash. Risks are low (he won’t be losing everything overnight because of brain-dead central bankers or corrupt politicians) and cash flow is outstanding (he can spend more stress-free time with his wife, Lisa, and son, Vince).
That’s why he is holding this free seminar. He wants to share what he has learned and help other investors avoid his mistakes and copy his successes.
As he puts it: “I feel better when one of my students get a $10,000 check than I do when I get a $50,000 one.”