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Phil Pustejovsky

Husband to my incredible wife Monica, father to two precious children, Alexa and Blake and a Bible believing Christian, I live a very blessed life. My hobbies include stand up paddleboard surfing and fishing, reading and studying great people (see some of those people to the right). Life is complicated enough so I try to keep it simple. I'm usually in bed by 9:30PM (nothing much good happens after 10 anyways), up at 5AM (early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise). I eat mostly fruits, vegetables and whole grains. I'm basically a Vegan, although I do eat some types of fish. My favorite non-Biblical quote is...

If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours. -- Henry David Thoreau
I don't watch the local or national news, which drives some friends and family nuts because I rarely have any idea of top stories making headlines unless someone tells me about them (although I do stay up to the minute on real estate related news and changes). I love college football, my favorite team is the Vanderbilt Commodores. Go Dores! I was born in Texas, raised in Massachusetts, moved to Nashville for college and stayed there for many years before moving to my present paradise, on the beach in Florida. My life wasn't always so wonderful though. I went through some bad times (self imposed, by the way), but the good Lord picked me up, dusted me off and led me on a journey that would change my life and the lives of countless others. I've been told by advisers that I have a very powerful life story and that I should share it with the world. So upon their suggestions, here is the story of how I ended up where I am at today...[Read More]

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  • Matthew Beavers says:

    I am very interested in the apprentice program. I am curious how to get started?

  • Brad Dalton says:

    I am first getting started in real estate investing, where would you recommend I go or do first?

  • Bill Nowicki says:

    How do You start this with just about $ 5000.00 in the pocket and no roof over my head ? ? ? I,m a truck- driver living in the truck. ; ( ? ? ?

  • Mike Oransky says:

    Hi Phil,
    I have watched many of your teaching video’s and really enjoy your approach to teaching Real Estate investing.
    I am a small investor in the Gainesville Fl area ( not too far from you) a nice college town. I am inquiring about your mentor ship program
    and taking my small investing business to another level. I have been a tennis director for 33 years and along the way do some investing in my local market. I am looking to leave the tennis business in the next 6 months due to burn out and love real estate and the power of passive income.
    My main question to you is are you taking on new students that are very eager to learn and has an excellent work ethic ?

  • Kevin Schmidt says:

    I love the video. The year sure goes by quick. You and I spoke alomst a year ago. I’ve run across your you tube video’s. But I just so happen to be looking for the “how to” on wholesaling. Your obviously my choice. I’ll look for your series and then I need to talk. E-mail me your phone number. Proud of you man, your looking good. It will be super cool if you and I can work some deals. I’m tired of working for a guy that closes 15 -20 real estate deals per month. I’m ready to just do some investment deals through the same system you are pitchin. Make sure to follow up with me. I look forward to hearing from you.

  • Loay says:

    My name is Loay , civil engineer, recently resident in Sacramento, CA, USA
    I’m preparing myself to work as real-estate agent …. on the same time I have inquiries requests to buy homes from my relatives, friends of Iraqi origin , others also Iraqi people in origin whom recently immigrated to USA .
    I have excellent relation ship spending time and money to maintain this relation ships so, as engineer they truss me in home buying , selling and as inspector to their properties , so I find it is very useful at this time to work as real-estate investor, or assistant to broker until I get my license.
    The question are,
    1- How can I be real estate investor ?
    2-Can your real estate provides this support ?

  • Tim Welborn says:

    There is an opportunity in my town to purchase 4 apartment complexes that are 98% occupied and in great shape and have an immediate positive cash flow after expenses of $25 thousand each month (between $290k and $310k annually), but I need an investment partner. Someone who can make a profit just for lending a hand. Are you aware of any real estate investor angels that are ethical in my area you can put me in touch with?

  • Nathan Suri says:

    Greetings Phil:
    We are one among your fans specially of your YouTube videos on Real Estate related lectures. We would like your advice on our situation. We currently own a home in Harrisburg, NC, all paid off. We bought it at $285,000 in 2006 when it was at the peak of the market and of course now it will probably assess for $250,000 – $260,000 at the max, even though we put tiles in two of the three bathrooms, granite countertops, and a new roof just 2 years old. We are considering moving to another house nearer to where our son will attend his IB High School program. We came across a property at a location that is nearer to the High School than our current home. The new property is a foreclosure owned by the bank now. This has many of the features that we like and would like to consider for our next home. The price tag on this is $300,000, Zillow estimates that it would sell for around $286,000 and the foreclosure estimate is around $237,000. We are a little confused by all these three numbers and also whether to sell our home and buy the other one or to rent our current home and go for a mortgage loan. We would appreciate if you can share your professional advice on how we may go about.
    BTW, you seem to have a wonderful family and we wish you the very best in your career.
    Have a blessed day.
    Nathan, Martha, and Nathan Jr. Suri

  • victor alvarado says:

    hello, i am 25 years old. doing some college classes. but i have been working full time for the past 7 years. With that said i dont want to do that anymore. education is important but so is money. and making sure you have wealth not be rich but have wealth. So my question to you is . Would it be better or do you have to become a real estate agent or broker just to do what you do? i been watching all your videos on udemy and you tube. in some of them you talk about being an investor and getting those deals on forgetting about the real estate investors. so im a little confuse. So are you saying any one can do this with out being educated in real estate ?

  • Denise Sigler says:

    I am burned out in my current job as Executive Director of a Drug and Alcohol Program in the 25th Judicial Drug Court. I have been married to this position for 8 years now and needless to say it was very rewarding at first but over the past couple of years it has been more like rubbing my forehead on a cheese grater! As a non-profit organization, we depend on grants and state funding which are both scarce at this time.
    I am in the Memphis /rural Memphis area and am very interested in real estate. My family consists of my 9 year old son and myself. I am a hard worker, have contracted out two of the houses that I have lived in (new contruction), but now want to put that knowledge and my ability to see the potential to work. My credit is not so hot – still recovering from a horrible divorce but I’m diligently working on correcting that!

    I have found a couple of houses that I was interested in one is 100 years old and the other is a brick burn out. Both owned by the bank, they are asking 17K for each–I’m thinking 5K as they have been on the market for some time now. Any suggestions or direction for me?

  • Jason Esposito says:

    Hi Phil,

    Phil, I recently am a Vanderbilt University graduate myself and I understand we share the same degree. I have just started investing in real estate in New Haven, CT. I have bought two condominiums approximately two blocks from Yale campus in historic Wooster Square (old italian neighborhood) I have bought below market value and thankful my parents do all my renovations and designs. I also was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 2nd round in 2011 and currently play Double-A baseball. However, my second passion is real estate. I would love to chat with you, to learn more and understand what it takes to be successful in real estate. I love the hunt.

    Thank you for you time in reading this and I look forward to any correspondence we may share in the future.

    Thank you,
    Jason Esposito

  • Gary Crecelius says:

    I got your book email to me ! Thanks , I always wanted to do real estate, I’m really looking forward to reading your book. Thanks again

  • Saul Cabrera says:

    Hi Phil,

    My name is Saul and I’m currently living in Colorado. To make it quick, I just wanted to tell you that just like you experienced it in College, I’ve realized that what I’m studying is boring and is not what I want to do with my life. I want to be able to have a family one day, and in order to do that, I need to have financial freedom. I don’t want to be the kind of parent that comes home at 7:00pm every day and doesn’t have the time to spend it with his family. I will be in break starting on Monday, and so I will be visiting my mom in El Salvador. During break, I plan on reading your book to learn some of the basics about real estate. I will be forever thankful if you could provide me with some advice on how to obtain financial freedom. I know learning about real estate takes time, but if you could help me, it would mean the world to me since you would be helping me to achieve something that could change my life forever.

    Thank you, Phil.

  • Bosner Jacques says:

    Hi Mr phil,i was doing some reasearch to day concerning Resl Estate,trying to find out
    How to make money .would you please help me.
    You could contact me?
    Thank you so much for your time.
    Talk to you soon.

  • Emmanuel Taylor says:

    Hello Phil,

    How are you? I am enthused by your story and your real estate videos. I am a contractor-investor-buyer aiming to transition into the flipping method you describe. My passion is developement, people first, property second. My time is divided between work and missions. Personally, I see real profits from work but I’m not yet near full capacity. I’m excited about the future! I also officiate midget league football! I envision your program as a possible bridge and understand necessary tolls and as much as I see this as an benefit to my financial growth what sold me is your humor/attitude. Thank you, Emmanuel
    Ps, God bless those who stand in the gap for those in need, for this is the point of our breath.

  • Linda Caperell says:

    Hi Phil,

    I recently read your book its great!! Im extremely ready to dive into real estate and financial freedom!! I applied for your apprentice program, I was contacted by someone from the program that said they needed to ask me some questions and left their number. I returned their call but had to leave a message. I’m xexcited to start and wanted to know if I should wait for another call?

  • Catherine says:

    Hello Phil, After seeing a few of your videos and found them very informative. Thank you but you mentioned finding more MLS info on your web. I cann’t find it, direct me if you don’t mind. thanks, Catherine

  • Farooq Akhtar says:

    Hi Phil,
    Firstly I’d like to thank you for all your great videos you’ve posted. I’ve spent the last 5 hours watching and trying to soak in as much info as possible, and i’m currently on Lecture 16 in your ‘Creative Real Estate & Flipping Housing.’ I’m 22 years old and have no experience in real estate, and am yet to own my first property. The problem for me Phil is that I live in the UK, so I’m not sure how much of your teachings would be relevant to the UK real estate market.
    I left my job last month and have £13000 worth of savings in my bank account. Ideally I’d like to enter the real estate market however I wouldn’t know where to start! Are there any books or video seminars or anything else that you could recommend with regards to the UK real estate market for beginners? I appreciate that this is obviously out of you’re interest zone – If I was living in the US I would have jumped at the chance to sign up your seminar course!
    Please get back in touch with regards to any info/material/books you feel would be of use to me. In the meantime I will continue to work through your online course and pick up a few things or two. Also, one thing I have learnt about myself is that I DO have a genuine interest in real estate and it is definitely something I’m looking into as a career also. What better way to invest than to actually work in the industry itself!

  • Dave says:

    Hi Phil,
    I saw couple of your videos on youtube and really liked your strategies. I’m not sure how many properties you own but it is not of interest to me. I am curious about how you manage your properties. How do you do maintenance on the properties? And, how do you collect all of the rent from numerous tenants across multiple states?

  • Jannelle says:

    Hi Phil, I am taking your udemy class on creative investing and I am also in the process of getting my real estate license. Can I follow your steps as a licensed agent?

  • Sergio Bueno says:

    Hi Phil,
    I just saw your lecture from a college campus in Central Florida on youtube and it peaked my interest I have learned a lot from this than any other course I have taken. You mentioned that Florida is one the best places to do creative real estate deals, but you also mentioned that Washington State is horrible. I live in WA and hesitant because of what you said that the laws are not favorable to investors in WA State. Can I succeed in my state or would I have to move to another state? Thank you phil.

    Sergio Bueno

  • Lara says:

    Hello. I am 46 years old. I have a wonderful husband and three children. My husband and I are believers and we are blessed to have all our needs met. We have made some financial mistakes in the past that have given us debt that we are trying to get out of. However, it is my father I am concerned about. Due to some medical issues he has had to retire and is hurting for money. I want to help, but we don’t have much extra. I have been reading about investing in the real estate, but don’t have any money to speak of to use for down payments and repairs. I want to take any money I might be about to make and help my dad. Any extra I could make would help. I am trying to plan this out so I make my first purchase around May. That will leave me the summer to get the house ready for resale (I work at a highschool). Is is possible to start out investing with little or no money? I know that there are some grants. I live in South Florida and our credit is good. Thank you for your assistance.

  • Daniel Mieldazis says:

    Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    It’s been two days Phil. Two days. That’s the last time I slept. I literally pulled an all-nighter reading your book. I got two thirds of the way through then decided to try to get some sleep. It was seven AM. After laying in bed for a half an hour or so and still finding sleep all too evasive, I decided I might as well head to the gym. It was one of the best workouts I’ve had in awhile, I couldn’t stop thinking about real estate.

    Now, you’ll need to know that I’ve always been a HUGE business nut. Ever since my junior year in high school. Honestly though, it began before then but I didn’t know it. It wasn’t until last summer however that I was exposed to real estate. My seventh grade geometry teacher plays land lord on the side. He owns about a dozen properties. After spending a couple weeks with him, asking I’m sure far too many questions, I built a pretty solid understanding of how the rental market worked. This isn’t where it clicked though.

    I was sitting in the car outside work waiting for my boss. He actually never showed up, but because of that something incredible happened. I heard an advertisement on the radio for free tickets to a real estate investing seminar in Indianapolis. I called. No one I knew wanted to go with me so I actually attended the event by myself. This happened Saturday. (Two days ago.) THIS is where it clicked. I knew the seminar would simply be a huge plug for some other program that wasn’t free, (and it certainly was) but I was okay with that. Because other than gas, it didn’t cost me anything and there were still lessons learned. This was the spark.

    So, business translates perfectly to entrepreneurship in real estate. And that’s precisely what I studied for a semester at Ball State University before hitting some financial barriers; entrepreneurship with a minor in business. Point is, I wanted to be a serial entrepreneur and it sure seems like real estate is exactly what I’ve been looking for since my junior year of high school. I just didn’t know it.

    Your book is a great tool. It’s a solid resource for the average guy (and I’m sure well versed investor as well) who knows nothing about real estate investing. You know what they say though, finding the answer to something just yields more questions. (I don’t know if they really say that.) After my workout I compiled a list of questions. It’s a couple pages long, but I was curios to know if you’d consider taking a look at it and answering any questions you feel apt to respond to. I’d really appreciate it on my journey to becoming a successful real estate investor as well.

    Thanks again Phil.


    Daniel Mieldazis

  • Cindy Endicott says:

    Hello, I bought a commercial property 10 years ago with owner financing. Was told I could make a lower pmt the first 3 years with no penalty. I now owe more than I bought it for and am paying 10% interest. Can’t get it refinanced or sold. Trying to help my ex military Son but this is killing me. Owner will take it back but only if I sign a note to pay over $15,000 plus I’m still paying on a loan for new roof. How do I get out of this? I’m just trying to get out with no profit. I do have a good tenant in there. Thank You.

  • Francie Baroody says:

    Hi Phil,

    I’d be interested in getting the contact info for the gentleman you use to facilitate your solo 401K as I’d like to set one up myself. Love your work and truly appreciate you sharing your knowledge and lessons learned.



  • Tyler says:

    Hi Phil,

    I’m a recent 24 year old UCF college grad with a Master’s in Exercise Physiology however, I’m becoming increasingly interested in making money from real world investments rather than slaving away in academia as a professor/researcher. You seem well versed in real estate language and legal contract, although you state that your original plan of study was in engineering.

    Can you provide insights as to the most valuable first steps and positions that you put yourself in, in order to learn the inner workings of contracts and specifics of residential real estate?



  • Joseph Scudieri says:

    Hello Mr Pustejovsky, I first wanted to say that I’m very impressed with your teaching and your techniques. I watched a lecture you did at a school and I was very inspired! Secondly I wanted to give a quick background on myself. I am married and have two kids of my own-both boys, and have been working as an E.M.T. for over seven years now. My goal was to become a Firefighter, but after many bad choices and due to the fact that its a very competitve field, it never materialized and now were in a very bad financial nightmare-like many Americans. I’m reaching out to you because I really don’t know where else to turn. After seeing your video I started writing down For Sale signs to try to find “sellers in desperate situations”, but havn’t had any luck yet (I know it’s a very small percentage of sellers out there). One thing that wasn’t mentioned however was what If I am successful in finding a seller in such a situation and I was able to say get a subject-to where I take over payments. While somebody is renting house what happens if theres things needing repairs etc… As owner I would be responsible, but have no money. So in essence cash is potentially needed, right? Anyways I look forward to hearing from you, perhaps with some pointers as to how to make some cash quicker. It’s been so tough not being able to buy my boys toys and take my family out to eat or on vacation, I’m just tired of them suffering for my mistakes and bad decisions. I would appreciate some advice, thanks for your time

  • Hank Doss says:

    Want to know more about how to get started with your mentor program.

  • Kenneth Johnson says:

    Hey phil, just wanted to let you know that I am really wanting to get into real estate investing but I don’t know anything about it and lack knowledge. I know this is for me and I know that your the one that can help with everything that I have read, thx!

  • Randall Logsdon says:

    Where does the apprintceship program take place ?

  • Dakoda MacPherson says:

    Hello phil my name is Dakoda. Im so interested in real estate investing, i know that im 16, but i would really love for somone to explain and answer questions that i have about this amazing opportunity. I know most 16 year olds dont think about this subject,  but i understand that im fresh and i know i have the ability to learn new skills in real- estate. I have been watching your videos on YouTube your great! I really hope you get this, i honestly am striving to know more. Thank you :)

    Sincerely: Dakoda MacPherson

  • Denise Mako says:


    I have been stuck for the past 36 hours watching all your videos and reading most of the book on line and I must say I am very impressed with all that you have shared. I have been studying on and off for the past year the book sent out no money down by Carleton Sheets. And have put it down and picked it up. And I must say, I have dreamed of doing this investing since my children have grown and up till last year I was very happy thought I was settled in life had a strong marriage, (so I thought) until I came home from work one night found all my things on the front lawn and no place to go. I had been with my husband for his entire military career and then some 35 years total. All the sudden I have nothing, and when I say nothing I mean nothing. 2013 had not been good for me. I lost a granddaughter, a marriage, was robbed of my last possessions (my wedding bands and jewelry) and then in December lost my job.

    Since then I have been living back with my mother wondering were my life will take me, I decided my life is just that. My life, and I need to take control again, I have always been a very strong positive person determined to be all I can be. So I know since watching your videos and reading most of your books I have always had the positive energy I need and the will power to succeed I just do not have financial backing. However something just fell into my lap last night and it is all of the sudden and I haven’t quite finished studying but I have a friend willing to purchase a 2bd/2 ba house who has 30,000 to put down as a down payment on a close to beach property I want to know the best step to start with to try and make some money here and get him the house of his dreams. I live in Alabama however I have already been researching foreclosures in Florida and do know of some 2 bd close to the beach but do not know my best route to take to start making some money.

  • Todd Jacobs says:

    Hi Phil,
    Todd Jacobs here, a part-time real estate investor and full time talent agent in Los Angeles originally from Fort Lauderdale, FL and attended UCF. I’ve been investing in single family properties in Dallas and Atlanta and have recently become interested in flipping houses as a way to accellerate the wealth building time table. I loved your video on wholesaling as a smarter way to do it. Keep up the good work. I’d love to connect some time.
    Best Regards,

  • Mitch Oberstein says:

    Hey Phil! Today I took the next best step for my life and career and applied for your apprenticeship program. I was fortunate enough to almost immediately receive a call and had a really nice talk and I truly hope that someday very soon I will be fortunate enough to have the opportunity to also speak with you or one of your associates about joining what I know will be a serious and supportive real estate investing team!

    Just wanted to get in touch in this forum to say thanks again so much for this potential opportunity. Glad you are out there providing your services.

    Take Care,


  • mike says:

    Hi Phil, I not yet ready to step into the water but people like you are a real ecouragement to dream and read toward the goal. thanks for being there for the Dreamers. God bless and keep on going. Mike

  • Oswaldo says:

    Good morning Phil,

    I just want to know if you any spanish speaker mentor in your team. I am living in Pasadena CA. I would like to learn about your mentor program.
    Thanks and I hope to hear from you soon.

    Oswaldo Cardozo
    Cell: (626) 676-1417

  • Mark Turok says:


    I have watched a few of your videos: Secret to Flipping Houses and Determining Property Values the Right Way.

    I realize there is more to learn but I have a partner and we both want to progress further and flip properties to other contractor-investors. What courses do you recommend to get a better feeling on the ins and outs?. We are looking for some basic material to get us going here in San Diego. What are your thoughts?


    Mark Turok

  • Sakina Claytor says:

    Hi Phil I am really interested in flipping and investment properties in Honolulu. Got any ideas. I just bought your book. Do you do consulting…I am very nervous about it but I know there are opportunities.

  • Jim says:

    Hello Phil,
    I am not a real estate investor, nor did I ever intend to be an owner of rental properties. However, my wife and I have relocated twice because of work which led us to renting out both of our homes. One is set up as a lease with option (but we are not confident in our renters/buyers), and the other is currently on a month to month lease and listed with a realtor. My new career of the past 7 months is 100% commission which has made it impossible to get financing. I would like to make money on both properties, but really just want to get out from under each, while at the same time, find a way to purchase a new home (with little down payment) that meets our needs. Wondering if there is a creative solution that might work for our situation, and would love your feedback.


  • Brian Walker says:

    I have been watching a lot of your videos on YouTube and other sites. I have learned a lot..thank you very much for your time and effort to teach newbies like me.

    Thank you and God Bless,

  • Grace says:

    Hi Phil, I was curious and wanted to know the steps you take to get a property and how to get tenants.

  • Beatrix says:

    Dear Phil…i am a mature person. I own a townhouse (balance 50,711.20). Tried to buy a home using equity from the townhouse. Can’t get financed, need your help…thank you… Beatrix

  • Steve says:

    Please include me on your emailing list.

  • ofer says:

    Hey Phil,
    I follow your movies on YouTube and they are great,
    I live in Israel.
    You’re actually my mentor.
    I’d love to meet you.

  • Paul Bouchard says:

    Hello, Phil
    I’ve just finished watching your video, “Secret to Flipping Houses” in which explained in your example how to take a $60K purchase and sell to a contractor investor buyer for $70K for a $10K profit.
    Question: Won’t you incur interest costs on the $60K loan? A hard loan cost of 5% + 15% per annum on $60K for one month is $3750 (assuming it sells in one month). Therefore the profit in this example is $6250? Plus closing costs?


  • Doug says:

    Hi I’m 25 year old man and I’ve been looking to start my own house flipping business and came across your book on the internet. I have started reading it and don’t fully understand yet how you do what you do. I was curious on your advice in getting started. I was looking into buy cheap making repairs and selling for a profit and the more I read in your book I’m realizing it seems your turning houses in a completely different way. I will continue reading and would like some advice on taking my first step on my first deal

  • Milenko says:

    Hi Phil, I’ve been watching your videos about Real State which I start liking it, I work as a 50 hours full time employee, and I just got a house in Culpeper VA (146,000 US$) bought it in foreclosure (USDA, only the earnest money was 500.00, and seller will pay closing cost). Now I feel the huge responsibility to have mortgage payment for the fist time in my life.

    Like you said, it’s a blessing to have money coming in, even though, it’s not too much, I would really like to study Real State business on my day off (Wednesday and Sunday), working from 9am to 7:30 pm the rest of the days of the week. by the way, I won’t quit the job, I won’t blow up my 401 K neither… until I get to know how Real state business works …”very important that you teach us through the video”.

    Furthermore, I’m a Spanish person who I would really help people to get a house .. specially to Spanish people, I hope I get into this business, thanks a lot to let me watch your videos it is pretty interesting.

    Just in case, you might probably know any recommendable place to start studying Real State Busyness in VA ? any advise would be appreciated.

    Thank you so much for having the time to read this ..


  • Andrew Williams says:

    How can I get involved with you and your program you have a lot of good advice that is critical and what I need to succeed in this economy!


  • Sami Ahmadi says:

    Dear Phil Pustejovsky,

    I am really inspired by your story, and very eager about becoming a real estate investor. I have applied for the apprentice program, but I haven’t received any form of conformation or reply. I would be very grateful if you could get back to me.

    Kind Regards

    Sami Ahmadi

  • Claire Robinson says:

    Hi Phil.

    My name is claire I am 25yrs old and learning all I can about real estate buying and flipping.
    This might be a silly question but How do you find a contract investor buyer to flip your property to?

    Kind regards
    Claire Robinson

  • Claire Robinson says:

    Hi Phil

    Also another quick question, I think it would be great if I worked under somebody in the field before going out and flipping houses, what type of business would you recommend? I am in canberra australia :-)
    Kind regards
    Claire Robinson

  • Kim says:

    I would like to speak with you about a new idea to help people interested in or already investing in real estate. I know this isn’t the best way to try and speak with you, but I have no other means of contacting you. Thank you and I look forward to speaking with you soon.

  • Lori Boyer says:

    Do you ever do any conferences? If so, will you be in Ohio? Also, what do you think the real estate market in Ohio is like? Good or bad for investors? Thanks Phil.

  • Nah-shon says:

    I want to get started in real estate investing but I’m starting from scratch. Where do I begin??

  • Greg m says:

    Do you do phone consultations?


  • Goran says:

    Hello Phil Pustejovsky. I am a real estate investor from CT. I have watched your videos. Good info you provide. I am looking to start investing in the florida market. I am looking for transactual funding provider. We are doing deals from $200,000 to $5,000,000. Please contact me so that we can talk a bit and if you know of a reputable firm to deal with for transactual funding.

  • Leticia Cheek says:

    Hello Phil Pustejovsky,

    I am very serious about Real Estate Investing! I am ready to go out and start finding deals, and change my life. I am ready to start learning about Real Estate investing. I cannot wait to get started! Thank you for all your help!

  • Stephen Quesnel says:


    I am Stephen Quesnel. I am going to purchase my first investment property soon and have really enjoyed your videos and articles. They’ve been perfect for somebody young and so new at this. I was wondering how you would typically help somebody like me out – being a beginner investor? I am a recent graduate from central Connecticut. I’ve done a fair amount of learning but want to make wiser decisions.

    Thanks alot!

    Stephen Quesnel

  • Rey Cota says:

    Phil I am a big van of your work, I am currently working on an owner finance deal. How would you recommend i go about the deal? How do I secure a renter before I obtain the property?

  • bud says:

    Sir I;am over seventy year of age and my money amount is very low.However i like your work

  • Amanda says:

    Hi Phil,

    My name is Amanda and I am a development associate for Storyville Entertainment, a New York City-based television company that produces award winning content for networks such as A&E, MTV, OXYGEN, MTV and more.

    We are currently working with a major TV network on casting for a potential reality-series about expert “house flippers” who would mentor new “house flippers” in the industry.

    I came across your youtube video “Biggest House Flipping Mistake”, and found it very interesting and charismatic. I would love to set up time for you to speak with myself, or a member of my team, to learn more.

    Let me know if you are available and I can help coordinate.



  • David Buford says:

    Do you want to buy my house in Saint Cloud, FL? It’s free and clear I own it out right. Something unexpected happend and I need to get out FAST.

  • Trevor Mathews says:

    Mr. Pustejovsky,
    My name is Trevor Mathews, a new wholesaler in Gainesville, FL. I currently have a house under contract, but have not been able to get a buyer to sign and closing is Friday. I know you are in Florida and I really love learning from you. I was wondering if you might have any buyers who would be interested so we could split the deal. I hope to hear back soon.
    God Bless!
    Trevor Mathews

  • Golden says:

    Hello Phil.
    My name is golden & I’m 19 years old. For past year I been learning about real estate investing. Reading books & Watching your video’s on YouTube trying to improve because I’m not happy with my life. I’m very young but still I want to be very successful in life. I write many of my goals on the paper, one of them is to get MENTOR, I truly believe that every man has his journey in life, the most important thing is to have in journey is MENTOR. Someone who can guide to become great real estate investor, not okay or good but great real estate investor striving for greatness. I looking for coach go on experience flipping houses, investing in foreclosed homes & more.

    Thank you phil

  • Kevin Prieto says:

    Hey Phil !! i have a few questions, i’ve been active on owner financing deals because im trying to increase my income im just getting held back cause im clueless on how taxes work when i acquire a home and lease the rooms out to tenants, how does it work ? And do i get tax advantages depending on a tax attorney ? or is it something i should learn on my own ? And my last question is are there any additional expenses other then taxes, insurance, and some cosmetic work ? Thanks Phil. You’re a good soul. :)

  • Jason A. Morales says:

    Hey Phil , I just watched one of your YouTube videos and I know it probably isn’t really Phil who answers these posts. But I’m basically in the same predicament as you were before your first owner finance deal and I am in dire need of one. I’ve been asking myself who could and would be willing to help someone like me out, and I thought “why not the man himself?”. To me this is a long shot but a shot worth taking.. I live in Massachusetts and it would be wonderful to actually hear from you.

  • Mark says:

    Hi Phil,

    I am a Uni student in the UK and secured a placement with a firm that use a variety of creative ways to make money in the real estate industry. I was excited about this as I love business and never intended to end up in a boring office job especially one which includes pure selling. This was a chance to be mentored however, they have last minute decided to go against their word. I 100% know this is what I want to do so have researched reading books and watching videos online. I came across your YouTube videos and am very inspired. I feel I could start this on my own but it just seems overwhelming. Even after listening to yourself, I still am not sure where to start. Any advice you could give me at this stage would be strongly appreciated.

    Many thanks, mark.

  • Kelley A says:

    Hey Phil!
    I’m a casting director and wanted to speak to you about a tv show opportunity. If interested in learning more, give me a call or shoot me a email, thanks!

  • Tara says:

    Hi Phil! I have some questions for you.
    1. Let’s say, If I buy a house and rent that out to somebody, then something goes wrong, that renter sue you…and that renter win that lawsuit against you..is it the true that the renter can take your personal assets such as your saving, house, car, 401k, etc.. So you better have own company like LLC, then own that rental house under your LLC company. That’s way, no one can take your personal assets ( Someone told me about this..) Some landlords who I know, they don’t have any LLC company….? I heard that you own some rental properties. How do you own them? Are there some ways that you can protect yourself from losing your personal assets if your renter sue you and they win that lawsuit against you without having own LLC?
    2. Have you had some deals in Sonoma county CA before? If you have..are you going to look for more deals in this area in the near future? If you have never had, have you thought about it?

    Thank you for your time.

  • Tim Yattaw says:

    Hello Phil.
    I’m 52 and have been in construction for two thirds of my life.
    No money hard working never take time off from work.
    I have a vacation coming and might not take it
    I wish there was a way for me to get involved with real estate
    With out having to pay upfront money.
    Please help in a direction that would get my foot in the door
    I know many people must ask for free help
    I’m not looking for free.
    I’m passionate and ambitious. And extremely hard working.
    Always doing for others and want to do something for me for once.
    Anything that could help to get started.
    Thanks Tim

  • mike says:

    thanks mr. pustejovsky, your name is a mouthful. lol have enjoyed your videos and this new website. thanks again for this new website and downloads. god bless. mike s.

  • Tara says:

    Hi Phil! I am taking your free course. I am learning a lot. They are very helpful! I have some questions for you about a solo 401k. I am thinking to buy a rental property and let’s say, I would have $200 a month as cash flow from that..is that enough to open a solo 401k as a sole proprietorship? I was not sure when I saw your video and I kinda Googled about this…? I work as full time in a different area and would like to have some rental properties as the second income, I don’t have to have a LLC…but I think I could have a sole proprietorship with a liability insurance to protect myself and hopefully I could grow my retirement account to invest in real estate and have tax advantages thru the solo 401k.. Do you know how much Money I have to make a year as a sole proprietorship to be qualify to open the solo 401k? ( I have a Roth IRA that I can roll over to solo 401k if I can…). Please let me know what you think…
    Thank you!