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The Jason and Pili Project

Aug 30, 2017

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HOW DID JEREMIAH GET STARTED: After an accident that left him unable to work... Jeremiah got his real estate license, studied, Listened to podcasts and found a Mentor at a weekend seminar in Denver. He worked Acquisitions for these local Real Estate Investors for three and a half years. He learned the business from investors that were in the business and doing it well.

(Note: This is a great way for any new investor who wants to break into the business. Go work for someone who is actively doing the aspect of real estate that you want to get into!)

BACK TO JEREMIAH: After Jeremiah brought his wife, Heather, to Flip Hacking Live last year in San Diego, they both decided it was time. Last November they decided to go out on their own. Jeremiah and Heather live in Denver Colorado but invest in Wichita, Kansas.

HOW TO FIND A GREAT MARKET: You won't find any market that is recession proof. Look at the trends. Look to the local real estate commission. Look at the census data to find out where the population is going... Facebook was also a really good tool in building out a team and building a buyers list.

BIG WHY: Financial Freedom. To have the ability to set the framework to be able to spend more time with friends and family... and the ability to help others to set themselves free.

VALUE ADD: Jeremiah is riding in the American Diabetes Association - Tour de Cure.

Tour de Cure is the premier cycling fundraising event of the American Diabetes Association and the nation’s largest diabetes cycling event. This event is a unique opportunity for businesses, clubs, friends and families to come together to form teams with the vision of a life free of diabetes and all its burdens.

For more information on Jeremiah's value add go to:


"Surround yourself with other people who are doing it."
"Have fun at what you're doing, If you're not then do something else."

ACTIONABLE STEP: "Find a local Realtor and go look at fifteen houses... maybe see if they can find a contractor to go with them. Put together some budgets. Come up with offers and then submit them."


Thank you for listening!