How to Convert Your Equity Into Cash w/ Matthew Sullivan

The Business Equation Podcast

Oct 28 2021 • 36 mins

EPISODE SUMMARY: It's time to convert your home equity into cold hard cash!

Introducing a new, innovative way to make the most of your equity without taking on a loan and being saddled with monthly payments.

To introduce you to this new initiative, I'm pleased to welcome Matthew Sullivan, the CEO & Founder of QuantmRE, onto the show. He's going to break down how this new strategy works and how he and his company plan to build on the infrastructure they've put in place to date.

ABOUT MATTHEW & HIS NEW INITIATIVE: Matthew is the CEO and Founder of QuantmRE, a company that solves a real problem for homeowners by helping them access a portion of their home equity without taking on more debt.

This new financing tool is not a HELOC, it's not a loan and it's not a reverse mortgage. That means homeowners can get cash from their equity with no interest and no monthly payments. Matthew and his team have helped over a hundred homeowners use their home equity to pay off expensive credit cards, remodel their home, pay college tuition fees or to diversify into other investments, all without taking on extra debt.

Matthew has a proven track record in real estate innovation through his experiences as Co-Founder of the Secured Real Estate Income Strategies Fund, and as President and Founder of, a real estate crowdfunding company.

Originally from London, Matthew worked with Richard Branson's corporate finance team and was a director of the Virgin-sponsored London Air Ambulance. A helicopter pilot himself, he is also the host of his own podcast, “Hooked On Startups.”

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