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Episode Info: Ali Boone – Lifestyle Entrepreneur, Real Estate Investor specializing in turnkey rentals at Hipster Investments, with a Masters Degree in both Aerospace Engineering and Spiritual Psychology Investments, talks to Neil Henderson and Brittany Henderson, the hosts of The Road to Family Freedom podcast. Ali Boone shares the lessons she learned from losing $40,000 on her first deal and becoming extremely successful thereafter, how to properly approach turnkey rentals, how she established Hipster Investments, and she talks about her book, Not Your How to Guide to Real Estate Guide to Investing: Life Lessons on Hacking Your Mind Before You Hack Your Wallet. Read Full Transcript Neil Henderson [0:24] Greetings, friends and families. I’m Neil and Brittany Henderson [0:27] I’m Brittany, Neil Henderson [0:28] you’re listening to the road to family freedom. Our guest today is a lifestyle entrepreneur and successful real estate investor specializing in turnkey rentals at hipster investments. She holds a master’s degree in both aerospace engineering and spiritual psychology. So not only is she smarter than all of us, she’s also got the heavens figured out and she knows how to get Welcome to the road to family freedom. Ali Boone [0:52] Oh, thanks for having me. I’m excited to do this one I love. I love the premise of what you guys are talking about. Neil Henderson [0:57] Thank you very much. We’ve been you’ve been on our list for a while and serendipitously actually, I think you had somebody reach out to us. So it was we’re glad to have Ali Boone [1:08] it’s meant to happen. The heaven blue stars aligned? Yes, yes. Brittany Henderson [1:12] Alright, so let’s get right into it. Do you recall sort of an aha moment for when you decided to get into real estate investing? Ali Boone [1:24] I actually, you know, it’s funny, I didn’t have an aha, it was kind of a kind of snuck up on me sort of interesting because I had a corporate job. And I was for basically from minute one of being in my corporate job, I was trying to figure out my way out. And I knew just I was reading books. And this was not before the internet. But it was before there were so many resources on the internet. So I had every hardcover book possible. And I had kind of deduced that the only ways I was going to get out of my regular job and kind of be on my own was either going business for myself or get into real estate. I didn’t really know what that entailed. Exactly. But those are the two avenues I really kind of pursued. And ironically, a few years later, as I was still kind of researching stuff, I had decided to go into business for myself. And I ended up a couple weeks later, just randomly this real estate investment, I of course had signed up for every email as possible, because I was trying to everything not to work, my corporate job. And a real estate deal had kind of landed in my inbox was like, this will be something that entertain me, it was like a we...
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