In Case You Missed It: The Benefits of Using A Land Trust to Hold Title to Your Real Estate Investments

Since purchasing his first rental house in 1969, Randy Hughes, aka “Mr. Land Trust” and creator of the Land Trusts Made Simple website, has bought over 200 houses. His primary goal now is to teach others how to break the cycle of poverty. Randy teaches real estate investment courses throughout the United States. He has written Privacy and Asset Protection books as well as home study courses. Randy’s most popular publications are his Land Trust Made Simple home study courses and live seminars. Randy has written extensively for local and national real estate publications. He has taught real estate classes at the University of Illinois, Parkland College and Elgin Community College. Randy has been a licensed Continuing Education Instructor for the Illinois Association of Realtors for 20 years. He also speaks to real estate investment clubs throughout the United States. He also teaches land trust law and administration, authors the only Land Trust Newsletter and Blog in the country, is the founder of the Land Trust University. [Read More]

How to Leverage Other People’s Money





Larry is the Founder and CEO of the revolutionary senior living facility Tuscan Gardens®. Prior to founding the company in 2010, he was the Founder and CEO of a private equity development and management company focused on starting, developing and growing business enterprises. He has served as Chairman or Board Member for many of those investments. He has created some 80 businesses in his professional career selling over $1.5 billion of goods and services, employing several thousand employees and generating half a billion dollars of investment capital. Over the past 30 years, Mr. Pino has transacted numerous real estate, stock, and investment ventures for himself and his clients exceeding $10 billion in value. Larry is also a commercial litigation attorney specializing in business and investment law. In the last 30 years, Larry has conducted some 5,500 speaking engagements, speaking to over one million people and appearing on 140 radio and television talk shows. In addition, he is the author of eleven books. [Read More]

Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund






When Lance Edwards launched his new book As It Should Be, he agreed to donate 200 percent of the proceeds generated on its first day to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, a top non-profit that serves America’s veterans. He has currently donated $10,000 to the organization. The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund serves United States military personnel experiencing the Invisible Wounds of War: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS). When our Servicemen and women return from the battlefield, we help them fight The War Within, by building “world class”, advanced treatment centers providing the best TBI and PTS care, enabling them to continue to serve on Active Duty and enjoy a productive life. [Read More]

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