Garnet Valley, PA, October 10, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Joe Neilson was a guest speaker at the Diversified Investor Group (DIG) Chester County Sub Group meeting on Thursday, October 3, 2013 held at the West Chester Diner, 1147 W Chester Pike West Chester, PA 19382. As the guest speaker this month, Joe talked Real Estate, explaining in detail how he financed over 70 rental properties!
Joe has other speaker engagements booked for 2013. For those that are interested in attending you can contact him through the website therealestateprofessorbaby dot com. There you can sign up for the newsletter and view his latest videos. You can find Joe in all the usual places, Facebook, Twitter and You Tube.
About The Real Estate Professor:
Joe Neilson is an author, educational speaker, entrepreneur and landlord based outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 2005, Joe was 61 years old, without a job or pension and social security was still 5 years away. Joe needed steady monthly income! Joe poured his heart, sweat and blood into the corporate world and refused to go back to climbing the 30 year corporate ladder. He didn't have time for that!
So Joe started investing in rental houses and it was the best decision Joe ever made. 8 years later Joe has 70 houses earning $22,000 a month in profit and has 3.5 million in equity that he operates under Delco Home Rentals, Inc. located in Boothwyn, Pennsylvania. After purchasing the houses and producing remarkable cash flow Joe shares his experiences to success along with his mistakes and failures and how he did it! He demonstrates a proven system in his book "Buy& Rent Foreclosures" to build cash flow and wealth.
As a graduate of William and Mary University Joe has used his education to teach for many years and proves to be a dynamic speaker. Joe understands the reality of teaching and the need to communicate precise information and provide real numbers with real talk. Joe provides real information about how to purchase, finance, renovate and rent properties in order to generate positive monthly cash flow.