Richmond, VA: Ugly House Seminar

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Date(s) - 06/01/2013
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Embassy Suites Hotel Richmond & Executive Meeting Center


Real Estate Investor Training is one of the fun things I do across the country.  I am excited to be presenting another Ugly House Seminar in Richmond, VA with my friend, Moe Mathews.  The Ugly House Seminar is an eight-hour educational event where I teach about buying houses, and running a real estate investment business.

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The Ugly House Seminar is a one day real estate investing seminar I teach.  I am excited about heading to Baltimore in May to share what I know.

We will start the day promptly at 9:00 AM, and will be done no later than 5:00 PM.  Lunch is served at the hotel, and used it as a networking opportunity.  Here is what I cover:

  • Mindset and Expectations
  • Personalities and Team Building
  • Back Office Set Up
  • Asset Protection
  • Title Considerations
  • Real Estate Investor business areas and disciplines – Exit Strategies
  • Money for Deals
  • Motivated sellers
  • Advertising Methods and Concepts
  • Lead Conversion
  • Running the Numbers

You can register for this event at

This is an interactive workshop style day.  If you have any questions, feel free to ask them below.

Here is a quick video from the February Event

If you are interested in more, here are some training videos I recorded:


This real estate investing class is designed for beginners and intermediate level investors.  I like to focus on starting with the end in mind.  My favorite part of the day is teaching the lead conversion aspect of real estate investing.  Learning how to be a real estate investor is as much about understanding supply and demand, as it is about having money.

This event features me as a speaker.  Now, we will have a couple of sponsors talk to you, but they are trusted vendors of mine (don’t forget they are buying the coffee, cookies, and most importantly lunch!) that I do business with regularly.  We also bring in one of our local franchisees, to put a local, ACTIVE  full-time investors spin on it.

I draw on my experiences from the last 11 years, and over 1,000 houses.  I am also lucky to leverage the experience of all of the franchisees in the HomeVestors network.  In 16 years our network has bought more than 50,000 houses.


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I started at the bottom, worked hard and am now one of the top Real Estate Investors in the business. I learned from some of the best, excelling early as an acquisitions manager and then moved on to partner with other skilled investors to create my own portfolio of productive rental properties and later to mentor others to do the same. I am still actively involved in Real Estate, giving a current awareness to the training I share. My wife, Jennifer, and I live in Rockwall with our sons, Alex and Will.

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