The Inside Property Investing Podcast | Interviewing Inspiring & Successful Property Investors
About This Show
The Inside Property Investing Podcast is a regular interview show, sharing the stories of the most inspiring and successful property investors and entrepreneurs. We discuss their backgrounds and how they got started in property investing, where their business is now, their future goals and plans to get there, as well as advice for those of us looking to start investing or take our property business to the next level.
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180: Sarah brought herself back from £60,000 of debt by using her sales skills to grow an impressive rent to rent portfolio before helping other source their own deals
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Today I am delighted to be joined by Sarah Poynton Ryan. Sarah spent 14 years honing her skills in sales and marketing after she landed her first accidental job in a sales role based on the fact she liked to talk a lot. In that time she built and sold her first business, but after hitting a stage in 2015 where she was £60,000 in debt with credit cards and loans, she knew something needed to change. She'd always had a passion for property investing so started to educate herself and 2 months later secured her first rent to rent HMO. The leads started to flow in and she realised this was another potentially lucrative arm to her business, selling on the deals that didn't fit her own requirements, and since then both her rent to rent and deal sourcing businesses have blossomed. Don't forget to subscribe on iTunes so you don't miss another episode, and access our free Property Investors Toolkit at www.insidepropertyinvesting.com/toolkit Full show notes available at http://www.insidepropertyinvesting.com/sarahpoyntonryan
Rated 5 out of
Extremely useful podcast- very frequent episodes!
This podcast is fantastic, every guest has something different to share and I learn something new every episode. I am amazed that Mike manages to get out 3 episodes a week of all such consistent quality- bravo!
Date published: 2015-04-29