As a highly successful Real Estate Investor for the last seventeen years, Chayo Briggs is the President of Briggs & Lay Pro Incorporated. Besides the multitude of real estate services Briggs is an effective motivational speaker and published author. The key to his success lies in life experience, by developing exceptional skills to create passive income Chayo can assist his clients in procuring their prosperous future; breaking the chains of financial distress.

Briggs is driven to obtain the highest standards for himself and clients. By promoting an organization’s efforts concerned with civil rights and social action. He studies at Grand Canyon University perusing his Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership.

Briggs went on to complete his Bachelors of Science in Business Management at Ashford University and later acquired his Masters in Public Administration from California State University, San Bernardino.

As an author Briggs is developing innovative concepts for Real Estate Development, entrepreneurship, consumer credit and organizational learning.

Briggs originally sought to teach English as a Second Language (ESL) in the Peace Corps. The traveling offered him the opportunity to visit a large variety of countries. The individual missions brought a positive can-do drive when he greeted new students. Briggs experienced various levels of human culture elevating him to expert status and skill to help people overcome their credit creditably issues.

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millions of Americans will be waiting for their tax refunds. According to the IRS, it’s estimated that roughly 80% of taxpayers get some sort of refund annually, and 2021 was no exception.

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