Posts Tagged ‘#financialfreedom’

EP 35: From Overcoming Major Debt to Operating Over 1300 Units with Nichole Stohler

Like most businesses, real estate investing takes commitment, hard work and perseverance. On today’s show, we chat with Nichole Stohler who is co-founder and managing partner at Gateway Private Equity Group, a real estate investment firm whose portfolio has included a hotel, multifamily, and residential properties. When Nichole and her husband Mike first started in…

EP 30: How She Expanded from 4 to 133 Units in One Year with Tamar Mar

She is a mom of three. Loves to hike and backpack. Host of an investing podcast. Building a multifamily and syndication portfolio and business. And most importantly is unequivocally committed to living life on HER terms. Today’s interview is with Tamar Mar, who is an entrepreneur, investor, and proponent of intentional lifestyle design. Tamar has…

EP 13: Being Fearless and Closing 40 Wholesale Deals in One Year with Emily Snider

Have you ever used your age as a limiting factor to your success? Well, today’s guest, Emily Snider, got started in real estate investing two years ago when she was only 19 years old after dropping out of college. She found wholesaling after moving to Los Angeles with her twin sister to “find herself.” One…

EP 12: Creating the Perfect Financial Plan to Achieve Your Goals with Meghan Chomut

On today’s episode, we are thrilled to chat Meghan Chomut, a rental property owner and certified financial planner. For over a decade, Meghan has been working in the finance and investment industry helping people save for their big dreams. Meghan is based in Canada and specializes in helping rental property owners design custom financial plans…

EP 10: Starting out by “House Hacking” a Multifamily Building with Tennille McCoy

Everyone gets the same boring advice when graduating from college….which goes something like this:  Go and get a high paying job so that you can achieve the dream of buying your first home. Well what if this advice was actually not helpful or useful for someone who is looking to achieve financial freedom and long…