William Skelley is Named as Leader of Next Generation

An annual dinner is held on January 27 2016 which is organized by Michael Stoler. During this dinner, William Skelley was named as the next generation of Real Estate Leaders. William Skelley has earned the title with his innovations that have helped made certain aspects of the real estate market more accessible, namely the real estate investment market. He has adopted the real estate crowdfunding concept as a means to make it so that people who are not as financially well off are able to access the market so that they can make some profits from their investments. This has brought William Skelley much deserved recognition.

One particular innovation that stands out is iFunding. iFunding is a platform that allows people to invest in real estate. One advantage that this platform has over other real estate investing platforms is that it allows for people who have less money to sign up and make investments. While the average platform requires people to have $50,000 in their account, users of iFunding can sign up with just $5,000 and start investing. iFunding connects tons of real estate operators and retail investors together. It only makes the market much easier to access. People can invest in commercial real estate such as office, multifamily, land, and plenty of other pieces of property.

William Skelley makes it so that all of the advantages that come with real estate investing is a lot easier to access for people. Among the advantages that come with real estate investing is high tangible asset value, inflation hedging, diversification of portfolio and plenty of other advantages that promise a lot of profit for real estate investors. All of the innovations that William Skelley has provided has really opened up the market to people who would otherwise have no chance of entering.

Among other achievements that Skelley has experienced is an invitation by Michael Stoler to participate in the Stoler report for one episode. The episode is set to air in 2016 in the Spring season. William Skelley and Michael Stoler will talk about how commercial real estate has evolved over the years.? Check out when Skelley spoke to RealHeartland about his career, and his accomplishments thus far.

Andy Wirth- Cliffhanger CEO

Starting his career as CEO of Squaw Valley Holdings, Andy Wirth oversaw a $70 million renovation and succeeded in shaping the resort to become one of the top 20% highly-regarded skiing resorts and facilities in the world. A passionate man, Andy has always enjoyed participating in outdoor sports like biking, rock climbing and has a reputation as a bit of then adrenaline junky that enjoys the rush he gets from actively participating in extreme sports such as swimming with sharks and skydiving.

With his deep and profound desire for extreme sports, he decidedly took up skydiving as a hobby. He had dived dozens of times before he eventually encountered a parachute mishap which caused him to land in a barbed-wire secured vineyard. The fall from the airplane, which almost killed him caused massive amounts of blood to gush from his nearly detached arm.

After the paramedics discovering his body soon after his skydiving mishap, he was bedridden in the hospital for three months before he was finally well enough to leave. Upon his release, he met a Navy Seal who shared a lot of the same life philosophies as him and they became fast friends. He eventually began a foundation designed to help injured Navy seal veterans who have no support system when they are released into the civilian world.

Andy Wirth knows how it feels to come out alive in a life or death situation. His slow recovery caused him to reevaluate his entire life, eventually making him a sharper and more astute businessman.

Despite having his arm almost completely severed from the rest of his body, he continued to work tirelessly achieving enormous success in business while simultaneously healing very quickly. As evident in his appearance in Undercover Boss, the highly-rated reality television show, his confidence, resilience and dedication to what he loves help drive him to achieve the greatness that so many recognize him for today.

Not only because he saved his own life by being strong, resourceful and dedicated, or because he is the CEO of Squad Valley Holdings or is the chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board, he is known as a God in Squaw Valley because his attitude and determination inspires all that come around him, somehow, like a magnet. He has the uncanny ability to able to draw out the best in every situation and magnify it until it is the only thing that exists, a similar process to the one that saved his life.