Posts Tagged ‘#therealestateinvesther’

EP 61: How to Build 4 Businesses Spending 30 Hours a Week with Brie Schmidt

Brie acquired her first investment property in 2011 and left the corporate world in 2014 when she became a full time real estate investor. Brie is the Managing Broker of Second City Real Estate, a full service brokerage working with new investors and seasoned investors looking to expand their knowledge of the industry and their…

EP 56: Thinking of Becoming an AirBnB Host? Listen to this episode with Erin Spradlin

“Invest Now, Thank Yourself Later.” This was Erin’s advice to herself back in 2015 and the advice that propelled her to quit her job and focus on real estate full time. Erin Spradlin is the co-owner and broker of James Carlson Real Estate based in Denver, Colorado. When she is not helping homeowners or investors…

EP 55: Everything You Need to Know to Save BIG on Taxes with 1031 Exchanges with Margo McDonnell

1031 Exchanges is one of the best ways to SAVE big on taxes in real estate investing. And they are an amazing way to achieve your long term real estate investing goals! On today’s episode, we break this process down with an amazing leader in the industry, Margo McDonnell. Margo assumed the helm of 1031…

EP 54: (MINISODE) How to Thrive with AirBnB & Short Term Rentals 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! For the last 7 years, Andresa has made it her mission to learn everything she possibly can to run an exceptional AirBnB / short term…

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…