1141. How She Bridged the Gap Between Poverty and Prosperity
“I wasn’t alone. This was during the 2009 meltdown where everyone was going through foreclosure, when everyone was losing their job. But, because of knowing it wasn’t just me, I was able to release the guilt and the shame around it.”
Lisa Phillips helps African American Professionals build profitable rental property portfolios by investing in minority neighborhoods. After her own foreclosure in the 2009’s bloated real estate market and her second job layoff, she was left with a 35k condo and only enough money to renovate the place doing the work herself to stretch her unemployment check. This led her to learning the hard and the easy ways of real estate investing in rural, inner-city, and mid-sized city properties. She is now focused on doing what she loves: showing how anyone with a little ingenuity can affordably start real estate investing for high profits and cash flow.
On Her Bookshelf
Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert T. Kiyosaki
Investing in Rental Properties for Beginners: Buy Low, Rent High, by Lisa Phillips
Connecting With Lisa Phillips
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