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The Real Estate InvestHER Show delivers straight talk and inspiration for current and aspiring female real estate investors to live both balanced and financially free lives. Co-hosts Liz Faircloth and Andresa Guidelli bring on rockstar women investors who open up their lives and share practical tools for growing a rental portfolio, flipping houses, and developing the mindset that allows them to run successful businesses while taking care of their families and – most importantly – taking care ...
 
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Welcome to our Wonder Women podcast, the main podcast for THE BUSINESS MAGAZINE FOR WOMEN.COM. Our podcast, just like in our magazine, is focused on promoting women’s voices in business, technology, STEM, politics, sports, arts and culture. Our Wonder Women Podcast is a series of interviews with the Wonder Women in every industry, talking about businesses, startups, finance, non-profits, money, ecommerce, coaching, sales, tech, STEM, sports, and politics. Also, wine, beer, music, and travel. ...
 
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With social media fueling the real estate frenzy, it’s easy to feel that you’re going to be left behind if you don’t jump into every opportunity that comes your way. Whether you’re a first-time buyer or a seasoned investor, FOMO is real, and it can lead to a lot of bad investments and regrets. In this minisode, Liz and Andresa discuss the dangers o…
 
When you’re life is turned upside down, how will you find your ground? In this episode, Chandra Lacy tells us how she rose up from a challenging situation and created a new path for herself as a real estate investor. She found a gap in the market and structured a business model that took her from 0 to 90 rental doors. Together with Liz and Andresa,…
 
$100,000 for a lot of people is not that much. But for others, it’s all they have. Regardless of how much it is for you, there are always better ways to spend any amount of money. In this minisode, Liz and Andresa give their take on the question “What would I do with a $100,000?” They emphasize that there is a process behind making any decision and…
 
Investing is a risk. That’s the reality. Some found quick success but for others, it’s not been a flowery path. In this episode, Liz and Andresa share an honest conversation with Ginny Adkins. She’s a real estate entrepreneur who had gone through ups and downs at the start of her career. From losing everything, even a friend along the way, she has …
 
Every good business owner knows that the work doesn’t stop once you hire a property manager. Effectively managing your manager is key and making sure that everything goes as planned can save you a ton of money, time, and headaches. In this minisode, Liz and Andresa discuss best practices in dealing with property managers. Liz emphasizes the importa…
 
Have you ever considered creating themes for your short-term rentals? Unique stays are definitely eye-catching but what does this entail and how do we ensure that we achieve high ROI? In this episode, Bryndee Barton dives further into the details of making a successful experience for your short-term rental guests which includes working with designe…
 
Unlearning is just as important as learning. As we move forward in our personal and professional lives, we have to unlearn our old ways to open ourselves up to new possibilities. In this minisode, Liz and Andresa invite us to take a step back and look into ourselves to see the things that we can let go of and things that we can leverage. Tune in as…
 
There is a sense of pride in being in control of every aspect of the business. But what if this causes more harm than good? In creating a thriving business, delegation is key. In this episode, Selina Johnson discusses the truth about the sense of pride we feel about accomplishing everything on our own and how that can be unhealthy and may even be t…
 
Most people find the idea of raising capital intimidating, but it shouldn't stop you from taking the next step. In this minisode, Liz and Andresa talk about their recent $20 million raise and the valuable lessons they learned from it. Liz shares tips on how to put your best foot forward when it comes to fundraising. Scaling your business involves s…
 
Do you find yourself feeling guilty when you’re not busy? You’re not alone. And, believe it or not, this way of thinking and feeling runs in the family. In this episode, Kate Northrup shares her story of overcoming personal and culturally inherited limiting beliefs and finding a loving relationship with time and money. She sheds light on the import…
 
Building your network is a crucial process in any business. Whether we like it or not, we have to learn how to strategically network. How do we make the most out of it? There’s a better way to position yourself in making networking work for you. In this episode, Liz and Andresa will talk about their views on networking and the great impact it has o…
 
Is perfectionism holding you back? Be wary, because it might be procrastination in disguise. Although curating social media seems to be time-consuming, the key is to have a plan for it where you shoe your authenticity. In this episode, Jasmine Star breaks down the power of storytelling, how it is used to build connections, and why we should move pa…
 
Practice due diligence… We hear that all the time. We ask questions and get all the answers we need, but does it stop there? Definitely not. In this episode, Liz and Andresa discuss practical tips to apply in applying due diligence and how it does not stop at mere inquiries. This shows that we must go above and beyond because in this business, not …
 
Do you spend more time working on your business or working in it? That is the vital question to answer in determining whether or not you are on your way to scale. In this episode, Page Turner from HGTV's "Fix My Flip's" will demystify the common mistakes and misconceptions in doing flips. She highlights the significance of mindful networking, the p…
 
We got it all wrong about writing a business plan–it doesn’t have to be fifty pages long! The key is to keep it short and simple. In this episode, Liz and Andresa discuss how a business plan establishes the clarity we need to keep us going without losing sight of the goal. Liz breaks down the parts - a vision statement, a mission statement, objecti…
 
Believe it or not, neuroscientists point out that our decisions are mostly made by emotions. And that is how the power of storytelling comes in. As an investor, how do we harness the power of storytelling in your business? In this episode, Karen Eber discusses the impact of sharing stories and sparking valuable conversations. She breaks down the fo…
 
We spend all our time assessing ourselves - if our property offers value, if our prices make sense, and if we are good hosts. However, let’s not forget to assess our guests too. In this episode, Liz and Andresa point out the significance of having a vetting process and how this saves a lot of time and headache. Andresa breaks down the helpful strat…
 
When facing financial struggles, how is your mindset? It’s either thinking like a victim or finding ways to improve the situation. For today’s guest, she chose the latter and decided to scale exponentially in real estate. In this episode, Ellie Perlman shares her story on how she started from poverty and turned the situation around by making the ac…
 
In syndication, the secret to winning is good teamwork, so how do you make sure that you’ve built a team for success? In this episode, Liz and Andresa discuss the key persons you need, techniques to employ, and factors to consider when curating your syndication team. Liz shares her journey to syndication and how defining your goals dictates your en…
 
Some entrepreneurs think wholesaling is easy. The wholesale business is not an easy get-rich-quick scheme that you can do once in a while and find success. Running a wholesale business requires consistency and discipline especially when you do it virtually. In this episode, Cristina Kudlock an expert on virtual wholesaling gets nitty-gritty on tips…
 
Today is all about owning who you truly are, your experience and accomplishments without apologies. That’s right. It’s all about you. In this episode, Liz and Andresa will talk about how important it is to acknowledge our accomplishments even though it may sometimes feel uncomfortable. Andresa breaks down what a bragging list is, why you need to be…
 
As high achievers and capable women we tend to do a lot ourselves…because we can. This is also a detriment to our business. In this episode we have a special guest, Wendy Papasan, who will be one of the keynotes at the InvestHER CON. This episode is a great opportunity to learn the relevant steps to use leverage in your personal life and business. …
 
Meetings, deals, negotiations, renovations, flips; the list goes on and on, adding to itself every day. With all this piling up, who has time for themselves, right? While self-care can feel like a foreign subject, it’s still essential to look after yourself! Liz and Andresa know all too well the challenge of running on little time! In this Minisode…
 
I bet some of you have wondered if mobile home investing is a good idea. Perhaps, you’re hesitating and believe that this business may not work that well. Today on the show, we have Amanda Cruise, an expert in mobile home park investing, and she will aid you to better understand how this business works! Amanda is the owner and Director of Analytics…
 
Many investors believe picking out the lowest estimates for jobs is the best decision since its supposed to save money. Well, sometimes this ends up costing more money and time. Hence, we encourage you to consider other factors in order to make the right decision. Here are some questions to ask yourself and the GC: What is the proposed payment plan…
 
Are you wondering how you could organize your business and scale it by using the right processes and systems? Well you don’t need to wonder anymore, in this episode, we have a very special guest that will help you to clarify these doubts. Let’s welcome, Erin Hellen! Erin served in the US Army for 14 years. She is a Real Estate Investor as well as t…
 
You might occasionally feel overwhelmed with your business, and start thinking that is the right time to stop self managing your properties; however, have you considered if this decision is going to really align with your lifestyle, business and aims? In this Minisode, Liz and Andresa enlighten us with useful tips that will help you to clear up all…
 
Do you want your next project to go so smoothly you’ll look back and say, “Wow, that was easy?” Well, that never happened to Andresa but it takes a couple of fundamental shifts to go through this process with "ease" according to her. Andresa is a skilled developer and asset manager with extensive experience in full gut renovation projects, new cons…
 
Sometimes we just keep going in life, working, pushing and growing, but we rarely take the time to see the amazing things we have achieved in our business. In this Minisode, Liz and Andresa highlight the importance of making a pause and celebrating successes, in this case, one of their community members. They will provide you with some tips and str…
 
In this episode, Liz and Andresa tackle a different asset class than usual, RV Parks! There's no better person to give us valuable insights than the queen of RV investing herself, Heather Blankenship. With over 11 years of experience in the industry, Heather has supported nearly $300M in transactions and has over $30M in real estate assets with no …
 
You’re building your business, you’re scaling, and seeing results - it’s time to stop doing it all yourself and build a team! That said, whom you hire as your team member can have a massive impact on your business. So today, Andresa will break down what you should consider before hiring that person. How do you know if they’re the right fit? How do …
 
When you’re thinking of jumping into the market, you tend to hear all the voices saying, “you have to do this first,” or, “No, if you do that, it won’t work.” Today’s guest is going to obliterate those fears and help you start seeing things from a new angle - your angle! Kaydee Smith Myers is a real estate attorney and investor who has owned long-t…
 
It's not always about the big wins; sometimes, the best lessons we learn are the ones we learn from our biggest mistakes! In this episode, Liz gets transparent and pulls from her story of how she and her husband got in and out of debt. She'll give us the lessons she learned along the way: how to leverage debt correctly, good debt versus bad debt, a…
 
Are you held back by imposter syndrome, believing you don't deserve recognition for success or even deserve it? Susan Harrow is here today to give life-changing tips that will help you beat imposter syndrome and carry yourself with authority! Susan is a world-renowned media coach, marketing strategist, and author of a best-selling book. For over 32…
 
No one said managing an Airbnb would be easy (At least they shouldn’t!). Several things can go wrong, and it’s super important you identify and address them before they become problems. In this Minisode, Andresa takes the reigns. She breaks down 3 critical things that can go wrong and follows them up with the best practices you can put into action …
 
To grow, as so many of us want to do, you have to slow down and get connected to what's important to you. Let’s explore this important concept with today's guest Julie Holly. Starting in single-family homes and house-hacking before it had a name, she managed properties from 1k miles away and currently invests passively in nearly 300 doors. In this …
 
What markets should you get involved in? What are the best markets to move to? While these are valid questions, it’s time to challenge our thinking a bit. Liz and Andressa start the episode by flipping these questions around. Where are you investing right now? How many markets are you in? It’s not so much about getting to the newest, hottest market…
 
As a social entrepreneur, Aline Bender unites the passion of a social mission with the actions of business-like discipline and innovation. Part of her mission is to take her keys to success and pass them down for other women to do the same. Aline is the co-founder and CEO of Kama'aina Mortgage Group Inc., author of The 60 Second Sale, and a wonderf…
 
Sometimes, the topics people want to avoid the most are some of the most important ones they need to confront. This episode is going to tackle one of these issues, ‘locker room talk’! Locker room talk isn’t just a woman’s problem, it is everyone’s problem. Andresa and Liz discuss the negative effects of locker room talks, and how having empathy and…
 
There are so many incredible benefits in passive investing, but in this episode, we’re going to dig a little deeper into how to find success in the people-side of the business with our very own co-host, Liz Faircloth! Liz co-founded the DeRosa Group in 2005, with her husband, Matt, with one mission in mind: to “transform lives through real estate."…
 
With us ladies jumping from project to project, our goals can sometimes get lost in the chaos. We know this feeling all too well: going, going, going, but not feeling like the needle is really moving forward! While you’re growing and expanding your business, it’s only natural that we experience this feeling of being overwhelmed. In this episode, we…
 
The vacation market is booming, and our guest, Avery Carl, will teach you how to capitalize on it while creating passive income opportunities for yourself. Avery Carl was named by Wall Street Journal as one of the Top 100 and by Newsweek as Top 500 agents in 2020. She and her team at The Term Shop focus exclusively on Vacation Rental and Short Term…
 
Welcome to your 10-minute guide to getting one step closer to financial freedom! In this episode, we want to take a look at an important scenario for your investing: How do you go about evaluating syndicators like an expert? For over 16 years, vetting syndicators has played a major role in our business strategy. So I want to break down a bit of my …
 
Imagine being told you’re crazy and your market will never make any money but then swooping into it anyway right before it explodes into a thriving industry! Sandra Williams is a construction manager, entrepreneur, and investor. She has been Vice President of Northstar Construction and Development, LLC for the past 6 years. What’s super fascinating…
 
There are a ton of skills that we need to have in the real estate space for sure. But today, we’re going to hone in on the NUMBER ONE skill every single real estate investor needs to have to crush it: problem solving! If you are an investor who is learning, scaling, and growing, then you either are facing - or will face some massive problems on you…
 
Is self-management a buzzword for you? If so, you’re not alone. So many people run from it like the plague! But in this episode, we’re going to break down the uncertainties with one of the best real estate tech innovators in the space! Dana Dunford is the CEO of Hemlane, a technology-enabled property management platform. The best properties are not…
 
Today we're going to talk about two things that are potentially ruining your team culture. Number one is not having specific roles, and number two, having very rigid roles. These two things are not just detrimental to your team but to your finances and scalability as well! Team development is a muscle you need to strengthen over time. Like any rela…
 
Women play vital roles in investment, and it’s Kim Kiyosaki’s mission to create a world of women who reach financial freedom by leveraging financial literacy to pursue their dreams. Kim is an internationally-renowned speaker, author of the titles Rich Woman and Good Deal Bad Deal, an entrepreneur, real estate investor, radio show host, and the foun…
 
We know, first-hand, how scary and overwhelming it can be investing out of state. It’s just so outside of the comfort zone of being in control of your own backyard. Little by little, you begin to realize that you need to move with the market, and sometimes that market may go beyond your own state. There’s no need to lose out on opportunities becaus…
 
Stephanie Betters “eats problems for breakfast,” her words! This mindset fueled Stephanie to create her business, Better Path Homes, a single-family residential wholesaling and new build company in Charlotte, NC. For her, everything boils down to taking care of people and helping to solve their problems. Stephanie is also the founder of SocialMedia…
 
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