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I'm Orlando

As a real estate investor, business owner, and finance expert I have always wanted to share what I experience in the world of investments and business. I have run my business for 15 years and invested in real estate for 10. I have done well for myself and believe now is the time for me to share my successes, failures, and experiences with whomever wants to listen.


There’s a huge issue with money, investing, & with people understanding their finances.

20% of Americans don’t save any of their annual income.
50% of American households live paycheck to paycheck.
Only 32% of US families maintain a household budget.
Americans hold a total of $1 trillion in credit card debt.

I’m here to help change that!

90% of the world’s millionaires have been created by investing in real estate. For the average investor, real estate offers the best way to develop significant wealth

Unfortunately, there is a lack of financial education out there; which is another reason why I started this venture.


I can’t remember a time when I or someone else learned about money in school. Schools don’t teach you the fundamentals of money. They don’t teach how to invest your money nor do they teach how to operate in the positive and negative.


What is the risk of not knowing what you’re doing?




” Orlando is great he answers questions I have and gets back to me in a timely manner. I have learned so much from him”



“Orlando is very knowledgeable in real estate. He has helped me get started in real estate and hopefully go further and further in real estate.”



“Orlando has taught me a lot about investing and finances. He explains everything in a way that makes it easy for anyone to understand.”



3 Ways to Make the Most Money Real Estate Investing

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The 2021 Housing Market- Homebuyers’ Secret Weapon

You may have heard that the housing market is very much a sellers’ market right now. There is an insane competition for homes in many cities, and a lot of prospective buyers are forced to take certain steps that they may not have had to do in the past. The Current Housing Market Because of…


Best Property for a 1st Time Buyer- Real Estate Investing Basics

When you’re first getting into real estate investing, you know the general outline. Find a home that is a value-add, or in a good neighborhood that can generate strong cash flows. But this leads to the next question, what is the best kind of property for beginner real estate investors? In this series of Real…


Real Estate Investing Basics- How to Find the Best Realtor

Navigating through real estate investing is challenging. You have to spend a lot of energy finding the best property for you to invest in, and you have to thoroughly research the markets. Building your team is another really important part of real estate investing. This article will describe some tips and tricks on what you…

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Real Estate Investing Basics- Buying Your 1st Property

We often hear about how we should consider investing in real estate- it’s a relatively low-risk investment and the returns can be great. We’re going to talk about the unfiltered truth about investing in real estate, starting with what’s typically the first step- buying your first property. Here are some important things to know: Cash…


Rentometer Review- Pros and Cons

If you’re a landlord or tenant, you know that finding the market rate can sometimes be very difficult. It’s sometimes hard to tell what the going rate is, and whether or not you are over or undercharging your tenants. Rentometer was created to address this problem What Is Rentometer? Rentometer is a software program that…


Are Credit Repair Companies Worth It?

Credit is such an important aspect of our financial lives. It determines if we can extend our credit limit, it impacts our ability to purchase cars and homes, it qualifies us for better options, and so much more. Despite it being such an integral part of our lives, there’s sometimes little information on how to…

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5 Reasons To Avoid Fix and Flip Real Estate

When a lot of people think about real estate investing, they’ll think about owning a rental house, investing in real estate investment trusts, and fix and flip real estate. Many people are exposed to real estate through shows like “Fixer Upper” or “Fix and Flip”, and when seeing the profits you can gain by flipping…

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How to Make Money Online in 2021

One thing that almost everyone has in common is that they want to make more money. But typically, to make money requires money. Here are five businesses that you can start up with $100 or less. It does seem impossible, right? Only $100?! Here are some ways to get started: Youtube channel Digital products Freelance…

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How To Get Into Real Estate With No Money Down- Hard Money and Gift Money

Getting into real estate investment has its many challenges. It can be hard to acquire and save up the money needed for a down payment. Is it even possible to finance a property without any money down? Yes, it is possible with hard money and gift money. There are various ways to buy your first…


Stocks vs Real Estate- The Truth About Which Is Better!

When deciding how to invest our money, it’s common for most people to look to the stock market as their primary option. However, real estate is another very viable investment option, with lots of opportunities for great returns. When deciding which to invest in (or when considering both), here are some things you should pay…


5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Buy Cheap Properties

When you’re getting into real estate as a beginner, cheap properties seem like an attractive option. You want to start investing for the lowest amount you can. After all, a $30,000 property isn’t nearly as much as a $90,000 investment; there’s less equity,  less debt, and it seems a lot less scary. However, there are…