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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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  • Nick says:

    Hi Phil,
    I had a question regarding DTI and acquiring a new mortgage. If I already have a loan on my primary residence, how would I qualify for a new loan or take over someone’s loan subject to? If my DTI won’t allow it wouldn’t I get rejected?
    Also would the additional income I get from a purchasing a new business, or a residential property, cancel out the debt for my loan?

  • Johnny Lantz says:

    Hey Phil,

    I’ve been watching your videos and I have a question regarding properties in tax-default. It has to do with going to properties that are in tax-default but haven’t yet gone to the foreclosure process. I would love to pick your brain sometime.

  • Victor Estrada says:

    Hello Phil,

    I am considering in getting started in real state/ Flipping houses. I would like to use my VA Benefits and get started. Where or what would you recommend to go, or do first?

    -Victor

  • Bill Lee says:

    I was wondering about the creative side of financing. I’d like to know what would you do if you were in a situation where you had no money, found 4 rental properties that were producing roughly 21% return for each one but the sellers did not want to do seller financing. A bank is willing to do a blanket loan for the purchase but only 75% LTV and you don’t have the 25% required. No one will lend you the money except another bank but that would bring the return cash to negatives. Stuck between a rock and a hard place. Thanks any input would be appreciated.

  • Dax Giunta says:

    Hi Phil – I started doing some real estate investing a couple years ago and purchased a 6-plex in need of a little TLC. Well that little TLC turned into A LOT, and I’m now in a position where my parents (the ones who backed a credit line from the bank so that we could do the renovations) are demanding their loan back (part of the reason being that they have pledged other investments as collateral and are feeling financially strapped).
    Since you are the creative financing guy, would you happen to have any leads for potential lenders who would be willing to whom I could explain the situation and who would perhaps be open to acting as a bank for to relieve the credit line from my parents? Perhaps even yourself?;)
    Let me know.
    Sincerely,
    Dax Giunta

  • Gloria says:

    I signed up for your video instructions and I really love your videos. (I’ve already watched all the vids on Youtube!)
    First I was skeptical why you’re telling people how to invest but I now really appreciate your sharing!

    Here I have a town house that has:
    Value: $420,000
    Owed: $460,000 (equity)
    The residents pay: $2,400/month (only the interest they said).
    They get $600 for the basement rent (a studio includes bathroom and kitchen).
    The seller wants to get rid of the house under their name because their business is down and they might get sued.
    But they don’t want to move out of the place, they still want to live their as a rent.
    The value was assessed a while ago, but is there any possible investing potential here?

    I’m a beginner and I need your insightful opinion.
    Thank you very much! :)

  • Charles says:

    Phil, you said that your methods work everywhere in the US and Canada. How would they work in my country?

    I live in another country and hold a degree in Engineering with an MBA from a top ten business school. The average house price here is $1.1 million USD. Would you be interested in taking on a partner and mentee in another country?

    I`m not interested in paying for a mentor, I consider myself smart enough to figure things out for myself and am pretty resourceful. I own three small businesses in addition to my six figure salary.

    I have money to invest but would love to bring you aboard as a partner to test your methods in this market. Bigger deals, less saavy sellers, more opportunity.

    Are you interested? My father is a developer and so I have access to trustworthy contractors at fair prices.

    Regards,
    Charles

  • Samuel A. Byers says:

    Sir, I have watched pretty much all your videos and read all your books and am convinced I should start building some dang wealth and equity myself. I am in the Colorado Springs area and have a stable income of around 900 guarenteeda month and want to know if I should try to go for a subject to type home or a foreclosure/short sale to try to turn into a rental property when I move in two years. I realize buying a home to set up close to colleges for renting attraction is important. Should I rent or should I buy?

    Thank you so much for your time.

  • Anthony Golesorkhi says:

    Howdy Phil,

    Big fan of your book and your videos. Wanted to ask you, a buddy of mine (who is a real estate agent), says this is technique is too risky, because I want cash quick. I don’t have much cash now…and this is really my only opportunity to keep living in my house before I start going behind on payments. My main question was that he said that houses now a days for rent have just security deposits and first months rent paid upfront. Why would someone pay a down-payment? Also, what happens if a pipe bursts and you are the landlord, that is taking a toll on my pocket correct? I want to mainly know what level of risk is there in getting into this because I need to know fast.

    Thank you

    Anthony

  • Kyle says:

    Hi Phil. I am very interested in applying for you mentor program, but I am still in college. Do you think this apprenticeship opportunity will be available in a few years from now? Thanks.

  • Patrick says:

    Hey Phil! I loved your book and I idolize your journey. My two questions are
    1. How do I get more real experience as a minor while living in a small town? I have 9 months before I begin marketing.

    2. there are two title companies in my beautiful town of 50 thousand people but neither of them seem to have done many, if any, double escrows or assignments in there many years of experience. Is there a way to do deals without using a title company in my area if so what and if not should I abandon the marke?

  • Jr says:

    Hey Phil,

    I was wondering if you still mentor new people intresed in real estate investing like you mentioned in one of your books?

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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!
    Kelley

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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. :)

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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.

    Best,

    Amanda