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SHERRI CANDELARIO, Ph.D.
Founders of Kate’s House Foundation and Shared Housing Solutions
Frank and Sherri are national leaders in shared housing and established the Kate’s House Foundation®️ of a shared home that is quickly becoming the standard for housing. They house people in recovery from substance use, foster adults, veterans, disadvantaged men and women, the justice involved and teens and women who experienced trafficking and expectant mothers. There are many groups of people who benefit from shared housing. We will explore the need in class.
Frank and Sherri began their mission to change how people are housed in the US in 2015 and created the Kate’s House model of shared housing in 2016.www.kateshousefoundation.org
Seven years ago, Frank and Sherri created a national model for shared housing using single-family home in expensive Seattle. Frank and Sherri found they could co-house eight or more people in one home, get paid by the bed and make two to three times the typical rent. Their model is compassionate housing. The Kate’s House shared housing model is recognized as one of a handful of successful models for accredited housing.
Frank and Sherri created a multi-million-dollar portfolio of single-family homes with mortgage and expenses paid by contracts, agencies and people who could afford to pay for their bed in a shared room. The fees received per home are often triple the normal market rent.
The federal government has billions of housing dollars for people in need. Frank and Sherri will show you how knowing national accreditation standards are the key for accessing funds.
Your investments aren’t just your future. They reflect your values. But so many investment opportunities aren’t consistent with your values. What if you could have both? Positive impact and positive cashflow?
We will show you how to rent or own a single-family home that typically rents for $2,000 a month and now can now be rented for $6,000 a month. That is great news! Plus, you will have grateful residents! And all your expenses are paid by state and federal dollars
Frank and Sherri can show you how you can invest in others who want to build a real estate portfolio for shared housing.
The secret is knowing the national accreditation standards so you can access federal funding for people in need. The U.S. government has billions of housing dollars for people in need of housing. You can use that money to pay your mortgage and help people.
Yes You Can! This is very important. We put 8-9 people in a home and each person has a room fee paid by the contracts. These fees average $900 per person for a month. That can be more than $7000 per month on a single family home with a typical $2000 mortgage.
Would you rather have the typical $200 per month net rent of a single family home rental or $4000 a month cash flow?
You can earn more with shared housing!
Sherri Candelario, Ph.D. received her degree from University of Washington Medical School and authored several pioneering research papers on how opioids work in the brain. She is the founding patent counsel for numerous biotech companies that have gone public.
Frank Candelario had a long career in international marketing and branding. He is a real estate broker and investor. Frank formed a company to manufacture pickleball paddles and was a spokesperson for the industry. Together, these two socialpreneurs are making lasting changes.
To make real change, that starts in the legislature. They helped form the Washington State affiliate (WAQRR) in 2017. WAQRR subscribes to national standards for sober homes created in 2011 by the national accreditation agency (NARR).
Sherri sits on the advisory board to the legislature. In this role they passed legislation that prevents grants and tax funding going to non-accredited homes. Recently, they won a grant to start a new recovery home. Their homes were the first Medically Assisted Treatment homes in Washington state.
Notably, they have spoken and trained people all over the country to copy their model of superior shared housing that is funded by government contracts.
They have trained 1000s of people in the US on their real estate model and are making societal change, one house at a time.
Learn from Frank and Sherri how you can create a legacy, financial independence and be a socialpreneur. You can make a difference with real estate.
Is the co-founder of Kate’s House Foundation® and Shared Housing Solutions™. Frank has expertise in luxury branding and was the spokesperson for television and radio for an international firm.
Frank created a certification program for three Fortune 500 companies. His expertise in quality control led us to standardize the shared housing model that we teach throughout the US.
As a real estate broker in Washington state, Frank has identified and rehabbed numerous properties for shared housing and was named Broker of the Month.
Frank wrote and teaches Real Estate 101 to guide people interested in shared housing on how to buy or rent a single family home for this purpose.
Frank is a musician, song writer and creates music videos to promote Kate’s House residents.
Is the co-founder of Kate’s House Foundation®, the first nationally accredited sober living homes in Washington state. Frank and Sherri brought national standards to Washington state as members of the founding board of the Washington Alliance of Quality Residences (WAQRR).
Sherri earned her doctorate in pharmacology from the University of Washington Medical School. Sherri is an expert on how opioids work in the brain.
Sherri is a federally registered patent counsel and founded the patent practices in several pioneering biotech companies in Seattle and California.
After experiencing sober living 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 great neighborhoods and provide a launching pad for people with housing needs”. We developed a model of charging by the bed for homes in great neighborhoods. The outcome was superior housing, federal and state contracts and people regaining their lives.
Meet Students Stefanie and Aaron
Meet Students Aaron and Alayna