Anthony Biagi has been helping people achieve their dreams for decades by providing financial and life advice to clients who have gone on to establish successful businesses, build financial freedom, and create improved quality of life.
Over the last 10 years, Anthony has been intimately involved in the real estate market and seen up close the overwhelming role the sub–prime loan crisis has played in rocking the U.S. economy. From his work as a real estate investor to his experience of going through foreclosure, his education transcends what he learned in college.
Anthony’s new company, Help with Houses uses the principals acquired through Rich Dad Education and a lifetime of paying attention to how money works. Help with Houses focuses on helping people solve their mortgage problems as well as anything in relation to real estate, including buying or selling.. In addition, they help people learn the successful and proven strategies for home ownership and real estate investing.
Help with Houses has implemented proven strategies for success including: Property Management Techniques, Property Acquisition Strategies, Property Flips, Long Term Hold Evaluation, Rehabilitation and Resale Projects, and a Lease with Option Program designed to help potential buyers with less than perfect credit.
Meanwhile, his most important project in life is watching his 3–year–old daughter learn how to swim with her first swimming lessons, seeing how high she can jump at her gymnastics class, and just being able to sit back, relax, and read her stories.
Where to find Anthony Biagi online
The Homeowner Blueprint: Navigating the Real Estate Storm
by Anthony Biagi
When the housing market began to collapse in late 2007 many, including professional investors, were unprepared for exactly what that would mean in terms of personal and investment properties.
The Homeowner Blueprint: Navigating the Real Estate Storm, is a guide for what your options are and steps you may take if you are in foreclosure, underwater, or both, and tips on how to improve your credit.
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