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44 minutes | 7 months ago
How to Choose the Right Mentor and make $32,000 on Your First Deal with Taylor Anderson
YAYY!!!!! I absolutely LOVED talking to Taylor about $32,000 deal!!!! Did I mention this was her first deal with me coaching her?!? WOW! If you want to learn more about her deal and how to find the right mentor for you, you HAVE to listen! If you are ready to get your first deal done FAST click this link and get started!! https://firstdealdonefast.com
37 minutes | 8 months ago
How to Build a Legacy for your Family with Real Estate with Elizabeth Hill
Are you curious to see if your investment will grow into a legacy for your family? If so, this is a must to listen to! Elizabeth talks about her family's legacy and how it got to be where it is today! Are you ready to make your first deal done fast? Go to https://firstdealdonefast.com/ To get started!!
53 minutes | 8 months ago
House Hacking with Annie Dickerson
Annie talks about her first deal by herself and the first deal with her partner.....WOW! You gotta listen to this! Are you ready to get your first deal done fast and put these great tips to use? Go to https://firstdealdonefast.com/ to get started!
53 minutes | 8 months ago
Investing in Houses and Hotels with Heather O'Brien
Whitney talks to Heather O'Brien today on the She Buys It Podcast. Heather went from a 9-9 corporate job to starting her own business and flipping 29 houses a MONTH. Heather fell into real estate investing with the help of her friends. She bought a 3-bedroom townhouse for $450,000. She was single and rented out a room through Craigslist. She read a book called Loopholes of the Rich and decided to quit her job. She started her business and used her other bedroom as an office, though she was gone a lot for her work. A friend of hers who she had lectured about finances called her up and asked if she could rent the room from her. Heather moved her office to her master bedroom and her friend moved in. Heather ended up taking a client to the Netherlands. Since she wasn't living at her house, another friend called and asked her if he could rent her master bedroom. She agreed and he moved in. She moved to Scotland to work with a client, met her husband in New Orleans, and moved to Chicago for her next client. She found out that the houses were so much cheaper to buy and could be rented for a fair amount. In Charlotte, NC, she bought two houses and found a property management company to manage them. Listen in as Whitney and Heather discuss moving to Puerto Rico, investing in houses and hotels, and designing and implementing your perfect day. You can connect with Heather at Lifestyle Workweek. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
5 minutes | 8 months ago
Celebrate Your Wins
It's so important to celebrate your wins. Especially in this hard time, it's so important to celebrate what you've done. Don't be down on yourself. Build up your confidence by doing what you're good at. Listen to Whitney's message to lady real estate investors and everyone else. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
41 minutes | 8 months ago
Credit Repair and Real Estate Investing with Irene Day
Listen in today as Irene Day joins Whitney on the She Buys It podcast. Irene is a real estate investor who's passion is in credit repair. Listen in today to learn how she bought her uncle's house and help her dad out at the same time. Irene inherited her first house from her grandfather. She had rented her entire life and struggled with taking responsibility for the house at first. When she decided to move into the house instead of continuing to rent, her mindset shifted. She figured that if she's taking out the trash, it might as well be in a house she owned. The house was free and clear, so all she had to do was pay the property taxes and house insurance. Her second deal was actually on the house her dad lives in. Her uncle lives down south and was renting the house to her dad. He got tired of owning the house so he said to her, "Irene, if you just pay the back taxes on the house, it's yours." So she paid $40,000 in back taxes on the $85,000 house, and he signed the house over to her. Buying the house was a no-brainer. Irene's other business is Hannah Financial, a financial service that offers credit repair, tax preparation, and student loan services. When her grandfather passed away, in addition to the house, he left Irene $50,000. She had bad credit and had some debts to pay, so she did. She paid off $30,000 worth of debt and her credit score only rose 12 points. She didn't understand what happened. She checked into credit repair, but they didn't seem legitimate. So she figured it out for herself. She researched credit repair, credit scoring, and credit laws. In 2016 she started helping friends, family, and coworkers. In 2017, she applied to an internal job listing at her job. It fell through and she quit her job to start Hannah Financial. She's been a full-time business owner for the past 13 years, and she has recently opened up Hannah Financial University, a digital school with monthly tuition to help business owners and people alike with their financial life. Listen in to the rest of this edition of the She Buys It Podcast as Whitney and Irene talk about the people you allow in your mental space, woman real estate investor problems, and credit repair. If a woman is wanting to get started in real estate, Irene offers the following advice: "Get your credit together. There are so many ways to get started other than just having $5,000 sitting willy nilly in your savings account. Ask yourself 'What do I need to fix with me to be in a position to do what I want to do?' Many times we don't want to have those real conversations with ourselves." You can find Irene at https://hannahfinancial.com/or on Instagram @creditqueenirene or @hannahfinancial. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
12 minutes | 8 months ago
Making Friends - Talking to People in Real Estate
You need real estate friends. We need to stand up as women and help each other. We need to make friends with our tribe and lift them up so we can all live our best life. You need friends to encourage you and so you can encourage them. You need to talk to people when you invest in real estate. These people could be your sellers, buyers, contractors, private money lenders, attorneys, and accountants. Talk to people so you can find sellers especially. Let people know you buy houses and that you help people. Whether you're just getting started or you are a seasoned investor, you need to find real estate friends. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
53 minutes | 9 months ago
Real Estate Investing with Your Partner with Jennifer Peek
This week on the She Buys It Podcast, Whitney sits down with Jennifer Peek. Jennifer started with apartments and is now working on 1031 Exchanges and a Delaware Investment Trust. Jennifer has been investing for 12 years. It all started with Jennifer and her husband looking at duplexes and single-family homes while they worked for corporate America. Their next-door neighbor who was a real estate attorney and had done a lot of development said, "What do you think about commercial properties?" This led them down a path into looking at apartment buildings. Their first apartment buildings were red brick boxes that were 100 years old and had 12 units in them. They bought the first one and closed on the second one 3 months later. Why did they decide to get into real estate? Jennifer and her husband decided that they needed to diversify their investments. They wanted to make it into an income stream for the future so they could retire comfortably. Their goal was to start this process while they still had their corporate jobs so if they messed it up that they would still have their paycheck to fall back on. Listen in to the rest of this week's edition of the She Buys It Podcast to hear Whitney and Jennifer talk about staying in real estate when it gets tough, the flexibility of real estate investing, getting into real estate with your partner, and 1031 Exchanges and Delaware Investment Trusts. Jennifer Peek's advice to you? "The timing will never be perfect. Start now." Connect with Jennifer at https://peekadvisory.com/ or on LinkedIn. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
11 minutes | 9 months ago
1031 Exchange Explained
Question: "My question is about 1031 exchange. How do I keep my depreciation going?" A 1031 exchange is basically where you defer your taxes. A lot of people advertise it as tax-free, but it isn't. You still have to pay your taxes. A 1031 exchange says you don't have to pay them now, but instead, you can pay them later. Let's say you bought a house and flipped it. You sold it and made $100,000. You can either pay the taxes on this $100,000 or you can say you're going to do a 1031 exchange. Therefore, you roll those proceeds into your next property. To do this you have outline three properties in your contract and close on them in 90-180 days. You already have to have three properties dedicated to this before you do a 1031 exchange. If you don't close on one of them, you lose your 1031 exchange abilities. You defer the taxes of your $100,000 onto one of the three properties that you outlined. Listen to the She Buys It Podcast as Whitney explains a 1031 exchange in more detail and lets you know what to watch out for. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
46 minutes | 9 months ago
Storage Units, Real Estate, and Time Management with Rebecca Del Pozo
Storage Units, Real Estate, and Time Management with Rebecca Del Pozo Today on the She Buys It Podcast, Whitney sits down with Rebecca Del Pozo. Rebecca started as a real estate agent. She's now an author of two books on real wealth, a real estate investor, and she trains people all over the world on how they can double their income and their business. Rebecca got started in real estate as a real estate agent. She and her husband saved up the money and were getting ready to make the leap when they came down with "analysis paralysis." They ended up partnering with someone who had several investment properties and he kept an eye out for properties for her. He was an actual agent and she hired him, saying, "I don't want to do my own deal. I'm going to hire you to represent me through this process because I know what kind of buyer I could potentially be." Together, they wrote a backup offer on a duplex that was already pending. The first offer fell through and they were able to swoop in. It was like a heavenly sign from God himself. The appraisal came in and it was worth $50,000 over the price they bought it at. Instant equity! It felt like a green light that they were headed in the right direction. Why did she hire a professional? Rebecca had several other businesses she was juggling, so she knew it was important to hire a professional to get the job done. Join Whitney and Rebecca as they talk about storage units, how to handle your real estate investing as a business, moms supporting each other in real estate, and time management. Rebecca's advice for ladies who want to get started in real estate: "Don't wait. Many times our brain goes to the 'How am I going to do this?' That's not the question to be asking. The question to be asking is who. Who has already done this? Who can I sit next to, who can I sit under, who can I collaborate with, who's podcast can I listen to, who's group can I join? Who is doing what I want to do? After you ask this, go and listen to them, be learning-based, and take notes. Then take action and that's who you'll become." Connect with Rebecca in her Facebook group, Millionaire Real Estate Moms or on her website, https://realcareersworldwide.com/. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
10 minutes | 9 months ago
ANSWERED- How Does a Real Estate Auction Work?
Question: "I found 10 acres that are going to be up for sale through an auction. I'm confused because they want me to send $1,000 in. Is this right? And if it is, how do I get my money back if I don't win?" Real estate auction companies require an escrow deposit for several reasons. The first is to try and prevent latecomers. Auction houses don't like to get registrations on the Friday before the Saturday auction. They have to rush through the paperwork. The second is so you won't forget. If you put your money down upfront, you'll show up to the auction (whether virtually or in-person) and pay attention. The third reason is so they have your information if you win the auction. What happens to the money if you don't win? How long until you get it back? Find this out and more in this episode of the She Buys It Podcast with Whitney Nicely. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
54 minutes | 9 months ago
Investing in Land with Michelle Bosch
Today on the She Buys It Podcast, Whitney sits down with Michelle Bosch. Michelle and her husband are changing lives across the country by buying land. Michelle moved from Honduras to America in 1995. She came to study and to get a job and live the American dream. She and her husband lived paycheck to paycheck, comfortably miserable. They hated it, working 60-80 hour weeks. Since they were both immigrants working toward citizenship, they had to keep their jobs. They didn't have enough time to go visit her family in Honduras or his family in Germany. It wasn't what they thought life would be like when they moved to America. So they started looking for a side hustle. Michelle's family had had a great experience with real estate. She told her husband, "Let's look for some real estate," and they started to look at houses. They had the immigrant disadvantage. They had no idea how construction worked in the US. They didn't know how to estimate repairs on a foundation, roof, or on a kitchen. They weren't knowledgable on how to find financing. Very quickly they found themselves in over their heads. But they also had the immigrant advantage. They came across a concept called tax delinquency. She went to a tax delinquency auction that ended up being extremely competitive. Quickly, Michelle found out that these tax-delinquent deeds were mostly of land. Where she lived, California, lands could not be auctioned off until they had 5 years of delinquent taxes. Thus she came up with her plan - getting ahold of landowners BEFORE their land went up for auction. Join Whitney and Michelle as they talk about tax delinquency, playing the long game of real estate, being a neighbor investor, becoming an expert in your niche, and real estate investing strategy. Michelle's advice for female real estate investors: "Don't lose sight of your why. At the end of the day, we all love money. I'm all about hard cash, but even hard cash is a matter of the heart when it comes to WHY you are doing it. Keep your eye on the ball when it comes to your why. Also, give it a taste. If it's something that you decide that you like, go all in. Or just keep it on hand as an additional strategy and an additional way of making money. There's nothing wrong with having an additional way of making money. Create some mastery, then move on to something else. There's an incredible ease that happens when you become a master of a specific technique or a specific domain." Connect with Michelle on https://www.michellebosch.com/, on the Facebook group, Land Profit Generator, or on Instagram @michelleboschofficial. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
11 minutes | 9 months ago
Getting Started with Lease Options
Lease options are a great option for buying a house under a mortgage. Lease options are short for "lease with option to purchase real property." Some sellers NEED lease options. They get stuck with a house when they have to move for a job, get a divorce, or inherit other property. That's where you, a real estate investor, come in. You can help them with a lease option. Listen in to this episode of the She Buys It Podcast so you can get started with lease options! -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
40 minutes | 9 months ago
The Up's and Down's of Investing in Real Estate with Leslie Dawson
Today on the She Buys It Podcast, Leslie Dawson joins Whitney to talk about her exciting news! Leslie is an amazing woman who's been buying wholesale deals, fix and flips, and buy and hold deals in North Carolina, all with her kids in tow! Leslie first started in real estate investing as a mistake. She had always had an interest in it, but she didn't know how to go about it. She decided to start anyway. She went downtown to find a tax sell. She bid on it and she won! But after she won she found out it was land in a community that could no be developed. Since she couldn't build on it, she needed to sell it. Thankfully, the HOA of the community had been bidding against her, so she was able to sell it to them and get her money back. After that learning curve, Leslie started working in banking after being a stay-at-home mom and going to school. She quickly tired of going to an office every day and decided that after that mistake, she needed to go to real estate school to learn how to invest. After she got her license, she didn't use it for a while because she was still working for the bank. Life happened and she ended up getting separated, and she was left with almost nothing and had to start over. She decided to start using her real estate license as a realtor. After a year and a half of that, she decided she needed to get back to learning how to invest in real estate. She signed up for a course and learned about wholesaling, flipping, and how to do the math. After, she got "analysis paralysis." She had all this information but wasn't acting on it. It was about this time she met a friend who pushed her to use what she knew, as they had taken the same course. They got the tax list from the county of people who owed 2 or more years of property taxes. They put two properties under contract at the time... but both of them fell through! 7 months into her partnership, she started to work on her own. She kept working the tax list until she put her first two wholesale deals under contract. Leslie gives us this advice: "Don't think, just do it. If you need to make a sacrifice, figure out what it is and do it." Join Whitney and Leslie as they talk about why going to real estate school doesn't teach you to invest, why partnerships fail and why that's okay, how to keep going, even when you want to give up, and dealing with wholesaling ups and downs. Connect with Leslie on Instagram at @lesliedawsonrealestate or on Facebook. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
44 minutes | 9 months ago
Investing in Land: Pros and Cons
Whitney Nicely's first piece of investment property was land. She bought land at a bank foreclosure auction for $1,200. This included tax, title, and fees. When Whitney bought the land, she didn't even know where Decatur, Tennessee was. The land belonged to a subdivision development where a lady had bought it for $69,000, paid on it for 5 years, then let it go into foreclosure because it wasn't worth $69,000 at the time. Whitney sent out yellow letters to the neighbors of the property. They were interested in her offer to buy their land from them, but they wanted what they paid for their parcels. She was willing to pay them the money she had paid for her piece at auction, so she turned them down. Today, the land still sits empty because the development is progressing slowly. However, Whitney has a CHOICE about what she does with the land. She may be able to sell it in the future for $30,000 or so. She may build a house on it and sell that for $100,000. She's in no hurry. Property taxes are cheap and so are the HOA fees that keep it mowed. Join Whitney today as she talks about the pros and the cons of using land to invest in real estate and the choice investing in land gives you. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
53 minutes | 9 months ago
Real Estate Investing Like a Lady with Andresa Guidelli
Whitney talks to Andresa Guidelli today on the She Buys It Podcast. They talk about Airbnb, real estate investor/mom/wife mindset, long-term mindset, and bringing financial freedom to women. Andresa started real estate investing in 2011. It all started when she was working in door-to-door sales. She approached her manager to ask if he had any book recommendations so she could learn more about sales. He said, "Honey, you're not going to be in sales. You're going to be an entrepreneur." He gave her the book recommendation of Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. She read it in a week and talked it over with her manager. She told him that she wouldn't be in the job long. He said he knew she wouldn't, regardless of reading the book or not, and he wanted to guide her. She took a course. Then she and her husband at the time started looking for a property to invest in. Labor Day weekend of that year, a property came on the market. She knew as soon as she saw it that she needed to visit it and make an offer. She called her realtor and he told her to wait until Monday, but she said, "Jack, I love you, but I'm seeing this property with or without you on Saturday morning." He ended up meeting her there early that Saturday. She put in a full price offer, bought it, renovated it, and moved in. She used house hacking and pulled out $68,000 in equity and was able to use it for further deals. Within two years, they moved out and rented it out. She's sold the house and moved on to looking for commercial and large deals. In 2012, she heard about Airbnb. She thought it was weird at first, but a friend of hers was renting out her house and told her to try it. A light bulb went off. Just by renting out her house for a couple of days while she was traveling, she could cover the mortgage. Andresa's word of advice when it comes to Airbnb. "Tailor to your niche. I tailor to families, so it's kid and pet-friendly. I have a crib, highchair, and things for the dog. It attracts a lot of folks, and they barely stay at the house, to be honest. They are with their family, but they want to explore the city. This way it is very attractive and you also get repeat customers/clients/guests that come to visit every year and want to stay at your place because they know they have everything they need." She didn't see women in real estate and wanted to make a change. So, Liz Faircloth and she started the Real Estate InvestHer website and podcast. They started meetups and are bringing on a membership website soon. You can connect with Andresa at https://therealestateinvesther.com/. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
11 minutes | 10 months ago
What to do in a Time of Crisis in Real Estate
What to do in a Time of Crisis in Real Estate Real estate investors are problem solvers. To be a problem solver it's not enough just to be able to solve problems such as your sewer backing up into your triplex or your appraiser being 15 minutes late to your first meeting. You also have to have a heart to help people. Things are crazy in our economy and our everyday lives. Tomorrow is not promised, and circumstances are changing hour by hour. One thing I do know is that you need to be helping people. You can help sellers who can't handle their real estate anymore and just want to get rid of it. Right now it's all about you helping. Sellers need help in good economies because life happens. In a bad economy, sellers need your help even more. Listen in as Whitney talks about how you can help in a time of crisis. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
42 minutes | 10 months ago
Using Real Estate for Retirement with Rita Medeiros
Today on the She Buys It Podcast, Whitney sits down with Rita Medeiros. Rita started as a stock investor and moved on to become a real estate investor who helps women. She's a full-time psychiatric nurse by trade, but she also runs her real estate investing business! Rita fell into real estate investing. One day, she was thinking about her retirement when she made that fateful phone call to social security. She wanted to know how much she'd be entitled to after working steadily for all of her life. The answer? A whopping $2,000 a month. She couldn't believe it. Even though she had done all the correct things, like going to college, buying a good home, and investing in her 401K, she knew she couldn't live on that. She knew she had to find some passive income. So she jumped into real estate with both feet. She bought 21 homes in just 11 months. She's created passive income and generational wealth for her kids. Join Whitney and Rita as they discuss using real estate as passive income, generational wealth, helping moms through real estate, and getting out of analysis paralysis on this gold nugget-filled podcast. Rita's advice for ladies who want to get started in real estate: "Get plugged in. Find your local REIA and your local InvestHer group. Get around other like-minded people, that is the greatest incentive. Become self-educated. Get into Bigger Pockets. Listen to a podcast. Read some books. But get plugged in somehow and get around others that are actually doing it. Take action and never quit, and your bank account will grow." Connect with Rita on Bigger Pockets. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
15 minutes | 10 months ago
Why Now IS the Time to Get Started in Real Estate Investing!
Why Now IS the Time to Get Started in Real Estate Investing! Did you know that most of the big businesses we know of today got their start in a down market and terrible time? NOW is the time to get started. Now. You have momentum in the form of nervous energy. Now is the time to get out there and get started. Right now you're like an arrow. Society is being pulled back. If you start now, think of how far you'll be ahead of everyone else when we're all released? Be proactive. This is the time to invest in learning. You can learn to invest in real estate TODAY. Now is the time to stop your excuses. Now is the time to do what you've been putting off and learn so you can do. If you've been thinking about doing anything, now is the time to do it! Listen in as Whitney talks about why YOU should start NOW! -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to http://getyourfirstdeal.com/ and sign up!
56 minutes | 10 months ago
Section 8, AirBnB, and the Stock Market with Teri Ijeoma
Teri Ijeoma is a phenomenal real estate investor who also teaches women how to invest in the stock market so they can travel the world. She started out as a real estate investor in Chicago. She bought her first house with a first-time homebuyer's program using creative financing and she earned money back during closing! To rehab the house, she used a 0% credit card, and paid it back when she moved tenants into the house, a year later. She found her first tenant on craigslist. The tenant was Section 8, so she became a section 8 landlord. "The first step when you find someone section 8," says Teri, "is that you have to find the tenant first. I think some people don't know this. They think you have to go to the city first. You'll usually find the tenants looking on craigslist, and they'll have papers that say how much they can pay for a unit. You, as a landlord, have to decide if you are willing to accept that amount from that tenant. Then you and the tenant will fill out some paperwork and submit it to the city. If the city approves you, they will send someone out to your property, do an inspection, and make sure it qualifies. If it does, you'll be paid by the city to have that tenant there." Teri moved to Dallas and rented herself a townhome that had low enough rent that she could AirBnB it when she was out traveling. Before she was traveling the world, Teri was an assistant principal of an elementry school. She handled most of the operations. Working for a school can be stressful, and she was depressed and overeating. After a friend passed away, she couldn't do it anymore. She didn't want the rest of her life to look like it did. She wanted to travel and live her best life and working for the school didn't allow that for her. She needed to find a way to replace her income. That's how she got into stocks and opened the way to her best life. She's now living her best life and teaching other women how to do it too! Listen to Whitney and Teri's conversation about real estate, Section 8, AirBnb, and giving back on the She Buy's It podcast. You can find Teri at itradeandtravel.com. -- Do You Want Immediate Access to the Top, Easy-to-Implement Steps to Closing Your Very First Deal?! Go to getyourfirstdeal.com and sign up!
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