Posts Tagged ‘#rentals’

EP 52: How to Reduce Your Tax Liability Like a Rock Star with Shanyn Stewart

Shanyn Stewart has a passion for helping her clients with tax strategies. She began her career with General Electric as one of two accountant/advisors that worked directly with GE employees and executives to mitigate taxation throughout the county. In 1996 she started Advanced Accounting to assist clients apply those principles she learned at GE to…

EP 47: Taking Control of Your Own Destiny with Palak Shah

Palak Shah is Founder and Managing Partner at Open Spaces Realty Group. She is a real estate developer and blogger in Philadelphia where she focuses on the buy and hold strategy. In her previous life, she used to be a Mechanical Engineer and worked in corporate for 17 years climbing the corporate ladder. After starting…

EP 46: How This Attorney Went from Billing Hours to Owning Over A Million in Assets with Stephanie Cabral

Stephanie is a buy and hold investor of single family homes and duplexes in central Connecticut. She unknowingly discovered investing in 2012 when she bought and renovated a condemned duplex despite hefty student loans and a modest salary. Since she began intentionally investing in 2015, she’s acquired 2 buy and hold properties each year, has…

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 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…