Velocity Banking

Take control of your finances in surprising ways, when you rapidly reduce debt with this life-changing technique.


Christian George

Christian George is a Businessman, Entrepreneur, and Real Estate Investor. Having been a licensed real estate agent for over 22 years and a licensed escrow officer for over 14 years, Christian is intimately familiar with every part of a real estate transaction from front to back.  Christian is currently the Content Director and an Instructor for Renatus as he continues to grow his personal portfolio. He loves sharing with students how to research a property, build a plan and strategy, and then close the deal. 


“CASHFLOW is King” Everyone can use more cashflow. Learn how to immediately improve your cashflow by utilizing existing banking tools and changing the flow of money in your life. Change your financial life and retire debt 4 to 5 times more quickly without increasing your income and without going on the “Beans and Rice” diet. The Renatus Home Team teaches investors how to use lines of credit instead of traditional loans to quickly retire any type of debt you have and give you true financial freedom. Learn how many community members have become completely debt free and paid off existing 30-year mortgages is less than ten years! Gain understanding into the tools banks, credit card companies and other lending institutions use to keep consumers tied up in monthly payments for years and even decades. Know how you can avoid them when possible and use them to your advantage when its right for you. Struggling with bad credit or no cashflow? No problem. Learn how to budget now and find existing cashflow quickly in your own life, then use existing banking tools you may already have to start the Velocity Banking Process and take back control of your Cashflow. The wealthy pay less in interest and maximize the power that each dollar contributes to their personal wealth. Now it’s your turn. Using our proprietary debt reduction calculator learn how quickly you can retire your debt and reach that life of wealth and prosperity. Once you have mastered Velocity Banking, your goal can be to increase your financial freedom, invest in more real estate and build wealth for generations to come.

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    Check out how much you know and what you still need to learn.

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    Instructor Introduction

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    Goals For Velocity Banking

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      Velocity Banking Is A Mindset

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      Velocity Banking Basics

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      Key Terms Part I

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      Key Terms Part II

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      Cashflow VS. Savings

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      Velocity Banking Tools

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      Pay Less Grow More

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      Simplified Household Scenario

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      Velocity Banking Benefits

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      Paying Tax VS. Tax Deduction

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      It's Not Magic

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      Banking Basics

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      Lines VS. Loans Formulas

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      What To Ask For

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      Velocity Banking Assumptions

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      Creating Your Velocity Plan

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      Questions And Comments

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      Creating Your Velocity Plan Part II

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      Creating Your Velocity Plan Part III

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      Creating Your Velocity Plan Part IV

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      Creating Your Velocity Plan Part V

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      Example I - Credit Card Part I

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      Example I - Credit Card Part II

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      Example I - Credit Card Part III

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      Questions & Answers

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      Example II - Line Of Card Part I

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      Example II - Line Of Card Part II

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      Example III - HELOC

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      Example IV - Purchase Line Of Credit

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      Velocity Banking Calculator Part I

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      Velocity Banking Calculator Part II

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      Velocity Banking Calculator Q & A

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      Velocity Banking FAQ Part I

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      Velocity Banking FAQ Pt II

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      Velocity Banking FAQ Part III

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