Making an
Impact With
Your Investing

Learn to properly invest in shared housing avenues so you can help solve housing insecurity for those directly affected.

What is
shared
housing?

Shared housing is a group living space in a residential setting.  Examples of those that benefit from shared housing include (but are not limited to): people in recovery (sober homes), foster children aging out of the system, veterans, golden people, students, and those facing justice issues.

Shared Housing Academy is an Impact Investing opportunity for socially-minded investors & operators like you. We help you develop expertise in managing a group home and teach you how to purchase or repurpose homes in appreciating neighborhoods with the potential to achieve double to triple returns paid by agencies and the government.

The federal government is spending billions of dollars on housing vulnerable people each year and is requiring those who house them to practice national standards. We teach you how to implement these standards.

Join us and others who are changing the world through shared housing!

3 Day Virtual
Live Training

February 19-21, 2021

-Training in Session

Attend our 3 Day virtual event and equip yourself to invest in the shared housing model.

$4997 $2997

*Attend our online webinar for a special discount

Shared Housing Academy EVENTS

3 Day Virtual Live Training

Attend our 3 Day virtual event July 09-11, 2021, and equip yourself to invest in the shared housing model.

3 Day Virtual Live Training

Attend our 3 Day virtual event August 20-22, 2021, and equip yourself to invest in the shared housing model.

3 Day Virtual Live Training

Attend our 3 Day virtual event October 15-17, 2021, and equip yourself to invest in the shared housing model.

3 Day Virtual Live Training

Attend our 3 Day virtual event December 03-05, 2021, and equip yourself to invest in the shared housing model.

Find out how you can get involved today!

"What Is Shared Housing" Webinar!

In this webinar, Frank and Sherri Candelario will share with you how they buy single family homes for group and shared housing, while obtaining double to triple payments from state and local agencies. 

Learn how four single family homes can fund your financial freedom while allowing you to impact people’s lives!

INSTRUCTORS

Meet Frank & Sherri Candelario

Frank Candelario

Frank Candelario has extensive experience in non-profit management and real estate development. Frank started his career as Executive Director of nonprofit camps. In this capacity, Frank was responsible for property management, program management and people. 

Frank has experience in international marketing of designer fashion. Frank was the owner of UltraLite Paddle Company, producing the world’s best pickleball paddle. Both Frank and Sherri quickly learned that business people with an interest in having good real estate are the solution for helping people in need of quality housing. 

Frank and Sherri teach students all over the country on how to provide shared housing in any state.

Sherri Candelario

Sherri Candelario, Ph.D. earned her doctorate in pharmacology from the University of Washington Medical School. Sherri is an expert on how opioids work in the brain and has authored several research papers in the field. Sherri is a federally registered patent counsel and founded the patent practices in several pioneering biotech companies in Seattle and California. Seattle is a hub of innovation and Sherri has been a part of developing data driven science for several companies that have gone public

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FAQS

How does an investor achieve high returns using a model of socially responsible investing?

The answer is this: The investor is solving the problem of housing veterans, disadvantaged women and people in recovery while achieving triple returns provided by contracts with federal and state governments.

Can an investor make a difference in society by investing in professionally managed single-family homes?

We do this by providing shared housing in single family homes in escalating neighborhoods. We own the homes. The state and federal government pays the mortgage and expenses.

Why Single Family Homes?

We do this by providing shared housing in single family homes in escalating neighborhoods. We own the homes. The state and federal government pays the mortgage and We were surprised to find that the demand for shared housing during the “stay at home” orders increased significantly.

AirBNB and vacation rentals sit empty as state and local governments want to limit visitors to prevent community spread.

A single-family home’s value to an investor is the rent that it provides. Market competition can lead to low returns.

We teach you how to use density (two beds per bedroom 4-5 bedrooms for a house for 8 to ten beds to double or triple cash flow.

Not only that, but Single family homes are easy to market and exit.

Here are another list of benefits of converting single family homes:

  • Solve homelessness
  • Ends Poverty
  • Recovery assistance
  • Counters inequality
  • Improves Lives
  • Reunites Families
  • Saves taxpayer money
  • Taps billions of dollars in federal funding for housing programs.

If you have a passion to help others and are ready to take your investing to a whole new level, Shared Housing is the impact investment opportunity for you.

Find out how
you can get involved today!

Discover How to Fund Your Freedom with 4 Single-Family Homes

We want to share our Shared Housing 101 presentation with you to help you discover how you can play a role in this impact investing opportunity.