Leonard Person Jr. has experienced plenty of success in his career, and is grateful for how far he’s come in just a few short years in the real estate and credit industries. But, even with all of his professional success, there’s nothing he’s more passionate about than giving back to others.
Leonard has taught countless people the nuances of real estate investing for free, has bought homes for his parents, donated money and clothes to those in need, and has even loaned money to friends and family expecting nothing in return. He’s done his fair share of giving back in recent times, and he’s still more than willing to help someone to this day.
Leonard’s business also gives back to the community in a tremendous way. He is the CEO of MyHouseGram.com, a firm that specializes in teaching strategic real estate investing methods including quiet title litigation, wholesale acquisition deals, buying and selling non performing notes, and the basics of flipping homes. His firm also offers credit repair services and business lines of credit as a service, helping clients secure the funding necessary to take action on his real estate teachings.
His company’s ability to offer so many financial and investment services under one roof gives them a massive advantage in the industry, as his company’s core values have its client’s best interests in mind. His company’s services allow customers to create multiple streams of income through owning properties without mortgages. This, Leonard says, is the key to true financial success.
Leonard is also the author of “Hood Estate The Manual”, a book that gives the urban community an idea on how to flip properties for massive profits and build real wealth by leveraging credit. He dives into his experiences flipping houses and how he’s learned along the way, including how he was able to flip one of his first properties for 180,000 in profit after taxes.
Leonard has also learned to become incredibly smart with his money, and is able to write off as many expenses as he can to keep his taxes down. But, he knows all too well that the IRS still needs to collect taxes from everyone regardless of the industry they’re in, and constantly reminds his clients this as well.
Leonard Person has learned more information on his own about investing and money management than most people do throughout the entirety of high school and college. Now, he is more than willing to pass this information onto the next generation and give back to his community.