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Taught over 100 pr-school children while working at day care in college. (Was called Mr. Joe)
Finance among other pubs ask for his real estate advice.
Controls over $21,000,000 worth of real estate.
Performed stand-up comedy at Gotham Comedy Club in NYC.
Raised over $1,000,000 from private investors for his first multi-family deal. (That ain’t typical)
Became a vice president of an award-winning New York City ad agency before 30th birthday.
Writing a book that gives tips on how to have a remarkable career.
Team captain of championship flag football team.
Attends more Third Eye Blind concerts than anyone you know (yes, they still tour)
Had a magazine article written about his career.
[service service_title=”I design my life so I can spend time pursing my passions and purpose.” service_icon=”–” service_content=”Nam liber tempor cum soluta nobis eleifend option congue nihil imperdiet doming id quod mazim placerat facer possim assum. At vero eos et accusam et justo duo dolores et ea rebum.” service_url=”url:%23|title:Google|”]And, my life’s purpose is helping people achieve financial success.
I believe when I help you achieve financial success; you too can use your time to pursue your passions and purpose.
And I believe that would have a crazy good impact on the world.
Because, if money were no object, how would you spend your time?
I’ve asked that question to over 200 of my real estate students and the common theme is “do more good.”
Everyone has a different way of saying “do more good” whether it’s spend more time with your kids, start a non-profit, pursue a career that’s more fulfilling (and therefore you produce more positive results) or any number of other things.
Whatever you answer, I bet you’d “do more good.”
So, that’s my focus. To help you be in a position to “do more good.”
But it wasn’t always this way.
In fact, I used to think I’d work at an advertising agency my whole life. But, after
climbing the corporate ladder from junior project manager to becoming a vice
president before my 30th birthday I decided it was time to leave the industry.[/service]
[service service_title=”I was working for the paycheck – and it left me unfulfilled.” service_icon=”–” service_content=”Nam liber tempor cum soluta nobis eleifend option congue nihil imperdiet doming id quod mazim placerat facer possim assum. At vero eos et accusam et justo duo dolores et ea rebum.” service_url=”url:%23|title:Google|”]Fortunately, I invested in learning real estate while working at my full-time job.
I went to seminars, read books, and received mentorship from people who had done what I wanted to do. By the time I left advertising in December 2012 I owned four single family homes that produced monthly income. It wasn’t enough to live off of but it sure helped out considering I no longer had a job.
I then created my real estate investing company, Fairless Investing.
After six months of intense/fun/challenging/emotional rollercoaster stuff, I closed on a 168-unit apartment community. For that deal I had to raise over $1,000,000 from private investors. There are 12 of them and no one is a family member.
I now control over $21,000,000 worth of real estate. I know what I’m talking about when it comes to real estate investing.
And, that’s probably why you came to this page – because of real estate investing.
But that’s not what I’m about.
Don’t get me wrong, the majority of our time together will be spent on real estate
investing. And my students take action with success – check it out here.
Ultimately, it’s about freeing up your most valuable resource – your time – so you can spend it however you wish.[/service]