#233: 15 Deals in the First 18 Months with Arianne Lemire
Published June 29, 2017
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    Some investors get started slowly—a deal here, a deal there. But for Arianne Lemire, going slow was not an option. Arianne began investing just a year and a half ago but has already done 15 deals, with more coming in every month! How did she do it? As she explains, a powerful “why.” You’ll learn how Arianne turned her drive for financial independence into a real estate career that includes rentals, flips, and wholesaling. Arianne’s story is powerful and will inspire you to blast off like a rocket to reach your destination! In This Episode We Cover:How Arianne got started through the BiggerPockets webinar!Her very first dealWhat “delayed financing exemption” meansHow she used BiggerPockets to figure out her strategy and to find a lenderA discussion on whether you should get your real estate licenseWhere Arianne investsHow she shifted her strategy due to her “why”How to handle being a female real estate investorTips for landing lots of deals in just two yearsWhere she is now in her businessWhat marketing strategy she usesA general contractor horror storyThe importance of surrounding yourself with the right peopleWhat’s next for herAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets WebinarBiggerPockets Podcast 163: Making Your Real Estate Business Soar While Working a Full-Time Job with Bill AllenBRRRR StrategyAuction.comWilliams and WilliamsXOmeBooks Mentioned in this ShowRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. KiyosakiThe Book on Rental Properties by Brandon TurnerSet for Life by Scott TrenchThe Book on Flipping Houses by J. ScottThe Book on Rental Property Management by Brandon and Heather TurnerThe Book on Tax Strategies for the Savvy Real Estate Investor by Amanda Han and Matthew MacFarlandProcrastinate on Purpose by Rory VadenTweetable Topics:“It’s just a number’s game, so just submit as many offers as you can.” (Tweet This!)“Instead of being a piece in the chessboard, you’re now looking over the chessboard.” (Tweet This!)“Use your strengths to your advantage.” (Tweet This!)Connect with ArianneArianne’s BiggerPockets ProfileArianne’s Company Facebook Page
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