In my Investor Profile Series, I use a question & answer format to share the stories of actual real estate investors at different stages of their investing careers. Todays investor profile is about Nina Nation, a 45-year-old avid runner, animal lover, and traveler who is hoping to use real investing to leave her normal 9-5 career and[Continue Reading]

In my Investor Profile Series, I use a question & answer format to share the stories of actual real estate investors at different stages of their investing careers. Todays investor profile is about Erik Tozier, a computer programmer by day and a blogger/house-hacker/side-hustler/personal development aficionado after hours. Erik has used house hacking and his side hustles to[Continue Reading]

In my Investor Profile Series, I use a question & answer format to share the stories of actual real estate investors at different stages of their investing careers. Todays investor profile is about Steven Donovan (aka Even Steven at his blog ).  Steven and his wife got started in real estate by house hacking a duplex in[Continue Reading]

In my Investor Profile Series, I use a question & answer format to share the stories of actual real estate investors at different stages of their investing careers. Todays investor profile is about a 45-year-old physician from Chicago who also writes as DocG over at . I met DocG in-person at a CampFi event, and we instantly[Continue Reading]

In my Investor Profile Series, I use a question & answer format to share the stories of actual real estate investors at different stages of their investing careers. Todays investor profile is about Bianca DiValerio (aka Miss Mazuma on her awesome ).  I really enjoyed this profile because it covers a lot of ground including the[Continue Reading]

In my Investor Profile Series, I use a question & answer format to share the stories of actual real estate investors at different stages of their investing careers. Todays investor profile is about Jennifer Beadles, an impressive 32-year-old investor from Snohomish, Washington. Jennifer got started in real estate when she was just 21 years old withing nothing more[Continue Reading]

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