Posts Tagged ‘#realestatewomen’

EP 48: Flipping Close to 1000 Houses & Finding Deals in a Hot Market with Melissa Johnson

Native Texan, Melissa Johnson, knows what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. Beginning with her professional start in the industrial gas business, she quickly learned the importance of organization and efficient processes and has successfully applied these principles in real estate investing. Melissa and her husband, Danny, began flipping houses in 2003, and have…

EP 44: Investing Long Distance, the Best Apps, and Moving into Syndications with Ashley Wilson

Ashley Wilson is the Co-Founder of HouseItLook LLC and Bar Down Investments LLC, two family owned and operated companies. HouseItLook specializes in flipping homes in Montgomery, Chester and Delaware County, PA. Bar Down Investments, provides investment opportunities for investors looking to passively own real estate. She controls over 225 units and has completed over 13…

EP 42: (MINISODE) What I Learned From Getting $750,000 Stolen with Liz & Andresa

Welcome back to another MINIsode of the Real Estate InvestHER Show. These MINISODE episodes will be 10 minutes or less and be a real life story from Liz or Andresa! This week, Liz shares a very emotional and tough situation that happened to her and her husband last year when $750,000 was stolen from them…

EP 39: (MINISODE) What I Learned From *Almost* Getting my Visa Denied with Liz & Andresa

Welcome back to another MINIsode of the Real Estate InvestHER Show. These MINISODE episodes will be 10 minutes or less and be a real life story from Liz or Andresa! This week, Andresa shares a very powerful story about the time in her life that her visa for staying in the USA almost was denied. …

EP 37: Too Busy? Too Broke? How You Can Afford Anything with Paula Pant

Can you really afford anything? Paula Pant quit her 9-to-5 job in 2008, long before she’d heard of financial independence. She just couldn’t stand the cubicle life anymore. Her starting salary was $21,000 per year in 2005, and her highest salary was $31,000 per year in 2008. Despite her lower income, she managed to save…