USING SHARED HOMES TO BUILD COMMUNITIES,

GET TREMENDOUS CASH FLOW, CHANGE LIVES AND BUILD WEALTH

BY FRANK AND SHERRI CANDELARIO, PH.D.

HOW YOU CAN START A SHARED HOME?

We have met 1000s of people who want to have an impact with their investments and make money.We train people on how we use a single-family home to build passive income and impact people.   Your Investments define you.

We know that having a system for investment that is profitable is the fastest way to wealth.

What if you could have both?  Social Impact and passive cash flow?

The secret is knowing national accreditation standards and implementing these standards.   The National Alliance of Recovery Residences is our expertise.

Seven years ago, Frank and Sherri Candelario, Ph.D. created a national model for shared housing using a single-family home.  They found that they could co-house 8 or more people in a home, get paid by the BED and make two to three times the typical rent.

Together, they controlled millions of dollars of real estate in a short time. They have completed 20 housing remodels and rentals in the past five years. 

Frank and Sherri are national leaders in shared housing models and won national recognition for their concept of shared, transitional homes in escalating neighborhoods to serve the underserved.

We house veterans, foster kids aging out of care, disadvantaged men and women, the justice involved, drug court members and people in recovery from substance use disorder.Our residents include older people who cannot afford their own home and like the security of a shared home.

We house teens and women who experienced trafficking.   We need your help.

The federal government has billions of housing dollars for people in need.

Can you help others and build an appreciating real estate portfolio?

We can help you learn how to use real estate to build your community and financial legacy, while you build real wealth for yourself

We can show you how you can invest in others who want to build a real estate portfolio for shared housing.

Is every house a good home for a shared home?  We have determined the specific requirements for the housing investment that is an ideal shared home.   Join us to learn more.

This workshop will help you prepare to start shared housing and transform your community and your life.

We have trained 1000s of People to
Invest in Real Estate and End Housing Insecurity

If your mission is to serve the greater good, starting and operating a nonprofit is a noble way to do just that.
It is also another type of entity that real estate investors and business owners can use to protect their
assets and save on their taxes while serving that greater good.

YOUR SHARED HOUSING FOUNDERS AND SPEAKERS

Frank Candelario, Ph.D.

Is the co-founder of Kate’s House Foundation® and Shared Housing Solutions™.  Frank has expertise in luxury branding and was the spokesperson for television and radio for an international firm.   

Frank created a certification program for three Fortune 500 companies.  His expertise in quality control led us to standardize the shared housing model that we teach throughout the US.

As a real estate broker in Washington state, Frank has identified and rehabbed numerous properties for shared housing and was named Broker of the Month.

Frank wrote and teaches Real Estate 101 to guide people interested in shared housing on how to buy or rent a single family home for this purpose.

Frank is a musician, song writer and creates music videos to promote Kate’s House residents.

Sherri Candelario, Ph.D.

Is the co-founder of Kate’s House Foundation®,  the first nationally accredited sober living homes in Washington state.    Frank and Sherri brought national standards to Washington state as members of the founding board of the Washington Alliance of Quality Residences (WAQRR).

Sherri earned her doctorate in pharmacology from the University of Washington Medical School. Sherri is an expert on how opioids work in the brain.

Sherri is a federally registered patent counsel and founded the patent practices in several pioneering biotech companies in Seattle and California.

After experiencing sober living recovery homes with a family member, Sherri and her husband, Frank said “we can do better” for all people with housing insecurity. “We will own the real estate in great neighborhoods and provide a launching pad for people with housing needs”. We developed a model of charging by the bed for homes in great neighborhoods. The outcome was superior housing, federal and state contracts and people regaining their lives.

Special Guest Speakers

Toby Mathis

Toby is an attorney on a mission to help investors and business owners keep and grow more. A founding partner of Anderson Business Advisors, Toby helped Anderson grow its practice from one of business and estate planning to a thriving tax practice and registered agent service with tens of thousands of clients nationwide. In addition to advising clients and investing in his own real estate projects throughout the United States, Toby is a member of the Forbes Real Estate and Finance Council and has authored several books, including Tax-Wise Business Ownership (now in its fourth edition) and 12 Steps to Running a Successful Business.

 

Karim Hanafy

Karim is a nonprofit attorney with over 20 years of experience forming nonprofit organizations, obtaining 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, advising with ongoing compliance, and assisting with annual tax reporting. Karim previously worked in the Tax-Exempt Division at the IRS, and he uses his IRS experience to advise nonprofit organizations on the application process and ongoing compliance. His breadth of experience includes all types of nonprofit organizations, public charities, and private foundations.

Changing state laws to provide funding for recovery homes

Frank and Sherri Candelario, Ph.D.

ONLINE WORKSHOP Itinerary

JANUARY 29, 2022 & FEBRUARY 5, 2022
8:30 AM PST – 4:30 PM PST

  • Housing with purpose: providing shared homes for veterans, justice-involved, people in recovery, and foster adults who have lost housing
  • Billions of dollars in funding. How do we access it?
  • What are the expenses for a shared home? Less than you think.
  • How do you get your home financed?
  • How to get double to triple rent from the government or your residents
  • How we used our nonprofit 501c3 for accreditation and grant funding
  • Why invest for social impact? What are the financial trends in investment?
  • What is the National Alliance of Recovery Residence (NARR) standard and why does it matter?
  • Who will you house? What is your Mission?
  • How do you choose residents?
  • How to train and use house leads to be a hands-off owner
  • What is recovery capital and why does it matter?
  • The 10,000-hour rule and how it provides your expertise
  • How to have branding and marketing that will entice the housing specialists
  • The Oxford House Model contrast to the Kate’s House Model
  • Real estate 101 – Frank’s way. Powerful ways to use a single-family residence for a shared home
  • Medical School 101 with Dr. Sherri
  • Special guests: House leaders, house residents and the team you need for success
  • Fair Housing and Not In My Back Yard (NIMBY) – why the neighbors will love and welcome you
  • What are the physical features of the right home for your shared home
  • How to get active investor funding
  • How to be a long-distance owner
  • How to find the highest paying clients
  • Using pensions and IRAs for down payments for your home
  • How the federal CARA actis providing funds for recovery housing
  • What are the tools you need to open a home?
  • Private financing and other sources of money
 
8:30 AM PST – 4:30 PM PST 
JANUARY 29, 2022 & FEBRUARY 5, 2022 
 

Toby Mathis, Esq.

Founding Partner Attorney

Toby is an attorney on a mission to help investors and business owners keep and grow more. A founding partner of Anderson Business Advisors, Toby helped Anderson grow its practice from one of business and estate planning to a thriving tax practice and registered agent service with tens of thousands of clients nationwide. In addition to advising clients and investing in his own real estate projects throughout the United States, Toby is a member of the Forbes Real Estate and Finance Council and has authored several books, including Tax-Wise Business Ownership (now in its fourth edition) and 12 Steps to Running a Successful Business. Toby teaches extensively throughout the US to groups of investors and professionals, with many of his courses certified for continuing education credit for legal, accounting, and real estate professionals. He teaches a popular bi-weekly webinar, Tax Tuesday, where business owners and investors can ask any tax question and get answers LIVE on-air.