Frank & Sherri's housing model can help you leave your W2, get generational wealth and help your community.

the Three Day event that WILL change your life

Are you attending our Seattle Symposium & Bus Tour AND our 2-Day Training?

Introducing the Class and Bus Tour Bundle: A comprehensive package combining the immersive 2-day online training with the exciting Seattle Symposium and Bus Tour on September 13-15, 2024.

With this bundle, you’ll receive immediate access to the recording of the previous the online training upon purchase, allowing you to dive into valuable real estate insights right away.  You will be part of the two day live class on April 6th and 7th.

Then, join Frank and Sherri for an unforgettable experience in Seattle, where you’ll further enhance your knowledge and skills through hands-on learning and networking opportunities during the symposium and bus tour of their Kat’s House Foundation homes.

Class and Bus Tour Bundle

$ $3,994
  • Immediate access to previous recorded live class
  • 2 Days of LIVE training with Frank and Sherri (April 6th & 7th)
  • 3 Days, in-person, Seattle Symposium & Bus Tour
  • Friday Afternoon Workshops
  • Amazing food included
  • Transportation to and from airport

Hotels and travel costs are not included in this bundle.

Tour the actual homes that Frank and Sherri developed to tap into the billions of dollars in funding for heart centered real estate investing

Our speakers will entertain, educate and motivate.
Our Friday workshops will jump start your shared housing business.

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SEATTLE Shared Housing
Symposium & bus tour







3201 S 176th St, Seattle, WA 98188

Let your taste for adventure take flight at Seattle Airport Marriott. After landing at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, hop on the complimentary shuttle service to our hotel less than a mile away. 

Your registration includes

  • Free transportation from SeaTac airport via shuttle to the Marriott Airport hotel
  • Registration at the Seattle Airport Marriott starts at 4 PM. You will pick up your “1000 Dreams Come True” badge and swag
  • We will have light appetizers and dessert on Friday evening prior to opening ceremonies and our first Keynote Charles Clark   www.thecharlesclark.com
  • Wine bar featuring Washington state wines on Saturday evening with 2 drinks provided per person
  • Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday
  • Lunch on Saturday before we depart on our bus tour to Frank and Sherri’s award winning Kate’s House homes.
  • Elegant Gala Dinner with Hall of Fame awards to people who opened homes this year
  • Music, karaoke and dancing
  • Speakers and networking on Sunday morning
  • Speakers who will educate, motivate and inspire you to dream big!

The Symposium ends on Sunday, at 12 PM. The VIP private event follows immediately after in downtown Seattle on the rooftop deck overlooking all of Seattle. Space is limited.

Your registration does not include

  • Your hotel room (but we have a GREAT group rate and staying at the host hotel is STRONGLY
    recommended…we start early and stay late);
  • Your travel to and from the event venue; any additional meals, snacks, or room service.

Due to meeting room size constraints, space is limited. Registrations will be processed in the order received. Please do not book non-refundable travel until after your registration has been confirmed. We’ll provide you hotel details with your confirmation.


Any refund requests or ticket transfers received 3 weeks (8/1/2024) before the start of the event will be honored. Any requests received after that date will not be accommodated. Please email any requests or questions to team@sharedhousingsolutions.com.

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About Frank Candelario

Frank Candelario, is the co-founder of Kate’s House Foundation®, the first nationally accredited sober living homes in Washington state. Kate’s Houses are the first accredited homes to have medically approved treatments for co-occurring disorders of mental health and substance use disorder.

Having a superior product has lead to some of the innovations that Frank and Sherri have brought to their model of shared housing. From the purchase and renovation of their first house, quality was paramount. Frank developed a reproducible model of housing, using quality products in the renovation as well as building with high quality materials. It is the highest importance that the structural components of a shared house are engineered for a quality housing experience for the residents. What you do not see is as important as what you do see in construction. Frank is a registered real estate broker and has overseen many remodels of our homes. With Sherri, they control 8 million dollars in housing acquired over a seven year period. They have completed 20 housing remodels and rentals in the past five years. Frank and Sherri are national leaders in shared housing models and won a national award in 2016 for their housing.

About Sherri Candelario, Ph.D.

Sherri Candelario, Ph.D. is the co-founder of Kate’s House Foundation®,  the first nationally accredited recovery homes in Washington state. Kate’s House are the first accredited homes to have medically approved treatments for substance use disorder. Sherri earned her doctorate in pharmacology from the University of Washington Medical School. Sherri is an expert on how opioids work in the brain.

After experiencing typical recovery homes with a family member, Sherri and her husband, Frank said “we can do better” for all people with housing insecurity. “We will own the real estate in safe neighborhoods and provide a launching pad for people with housing needs”. We developed a model of charging BY THE BED for homes in appreciating neighborhoods. The outcome was superior housing, federal and state contracts and people regaining their lives.

Sherri and Frank brought accreditation standards for recovery housing to Washington state as founding members of the Washington state affiliate of the National Alliance of Recovery Residences. Sherri is on the Board of Directors of WAQRR and co-chair of a health care committee that advises on best recovery practices for the state government.



Kevin is one of the principal pioneers of the “As Seen On TV” Industry. As the owner of AsSeenOnTV Inc. and AsSeenOnTv.com, Kevin has launched over 1,000 products in over 100 countries in dozens of languages, creating over $6 billion in global sales.

As media consumption transitioned to digital, in anticipation of the explosive potential, Kevin sold all of his AsSeenOnTV assets. He then transitioned to digital media and started investing in public and private companies. Kevin now sits on the board of directors for multiple companies and has created over $10 billion in value.

In the mid-1980s, Kevin formed quantum international which grew to $500 million in sales, selling products in 100 countries in 20 languages. He then formed HSN direct in conjunction with home shopping network and soon after formed reliant international media. Soon he founded AsSeenOnTV Inc.

He has launched over 20 businesses, with sales reaching over $100 million each. In addition, Harrington has ventured into other projects, such as the personalized interview platform American entrepreneur and publishing his book mentor to millions.

About Jason Bliss

Jason Bliss is the Executive Director of the Washington Alliance for Quality Recovery Residences and Chief Operating Officer of Seasons Housing.

He has opened dozens of recovery homes and assisted with the operations of over 350 homes across multiple states.

He serves on three boards: the Benton Franklin Recovery Coalition, Benton Franklin Commissioners Behavioral Health Board, and Merit Resources Services. He has consulted with county, state, and federal human service organizations, behavioral health organizations, law enforcement, prosecutors, therapeutic courts, CPS, and the Department of Corrections to build and maintain a nationwide recovery housing network

About Rachelle Willhite

Rachelle is the Founder and CEO of Best Choice Realty, a productive and successful real estate brokerage in the Northwest consistently ranking in the top 10 for sales focusing on diversity, empowerment, high-touch support services and superior branding and marketing.

About Dr. Barb Mendrey

Barbara Mendrey, MD, specializes in addiction medicine. She uses best practices to treats patients who struggle with alcohol, opioids, and other substances.

MAT is the perfect model for shared housing.

Dr. Mendrey obtained her medical degree from the Oregon Health Sciences University School of Medicine in Portland. She completed her residency in family medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is board-certified in family medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine and in addiction medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine.

About Samantha Floersch

Sam Floersch has an inescapable enthusiasm for life and strives to advocate for those who do not have the opportunity to advocate for themselves. Earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design and her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Stout, she began working for a mechanical engineering company.

After completing her Post-Bachelorette in Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Sam joined NUWAY (a non-profit co-occurring treatment center based out of Minnesota,) as an intern and quickly moved into a residential case-carrying counselor position. Currently, she is helping NUWAY launch their first out-of-state substance use disorder treatment center in Seattle, Washington. Incorporating mindfulness-based interventions,

Meet Aaron & Alayna Elam

Aaron Elam is a 12-year Veteran of the United States Air Force and current
Los Angeles firefighter. Aaron served multiple military campaigns including Iraqi Freedom, Hurricane Katrina, and Afghanistan.

Aaron and Alayna Elam are philanthropists that have served children and
families in the United States, Africa, and the Philippines. They have a
heart to serve communities and have created the First Serv Foundation to
expand their service to homeless and housing insecure Veterans,
post-incarcerated citizens, children aging out of foster care, and others
that are homeless, transitioning, and recovering at various stages of life.