How Financial Success Is Beneficial To Your Well Being With 15-year Real Estate Investor Leonard Person Jr.

Leonard Person Jr. talks about how he brings good to the world through financial education

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Leonard Person Jr. has been an investor for over 15 years. He’s also the CEO of and a Real Estate Expert that specializes and teaches strategic and creative Real Estate investing. Some things Leonard is known for include:

  1. Quiet title litigation (Receiving Properties Back Mortgage Free)
  2. Wholesale Acquisition Deals
  3. Buying and Selling Nonperforming Notes
  4. Basics Fix and Flips

He also specializes in Credit Repair in 90 days and Business Lines of Credit for startup companies where tax returns or proof of income isn’t needed. I wanted to learn more about the importance of being financially responsible. Here’s what he had to say.

As an expert in your field what are two financial tips you recommend for our readers?

  1. Invest in yourself by building your personal credit. It will give you credit worthiness to fund your ideas.
  2. Invest and establish a business, and also build up that business credit to use as leverage to purchase property and build a real estate portfolio.

How do you bring goodness to the world through financial education? 

Leonard: I’ve done great deeds and taught people for free, bought my parents homes, donated money and clothes, given loans to family, friends and people without money all while expecting nothing in return. I put out a book that has taught many people and helped them get successful by just reading my experiences. I’ve taken care of kids and raised two daughters which I had full custody of for over 8 years. I’ve done my great share and still willing to help someone in need to this day. I’m just grateful to heavenly mother and father that he/she continue to use me as they see fit!

What’s something most people don’t know about finances?

Leonard: Most people don’t know that money is a responsibility. Not just something you collect and that the IRS will tax you hard! So be responsible and give them their cut and you will be fine. Just try to Write-Off what you can but make sure you have a good surplus to borrow money.

How can our readers follow you on social media?

@myhousegram on instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. Our following is very good on IG so you can definitely follow us there.

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