This is episode 68 and today I’m here with Erika Brown talking about real estate.
Erika Brown is a living example of how even though the world can easily write your sentence one way, it doesn’t have to end how society often finishes it. She’s the daughter of a man that grew up sharecropping in the rural south and a woman that grew up the second oldest of 7 children living in a two-room house in Louisiana. She’s a black girl that grew up south of Dallas, that got pregnant before getting married and had to get a job before getting a degree. She worked her way up in a corporate job for many years before leaving to pursue her own dreams in real estate. With God’s grace, hard work, and learning from the people that she aspired to be like, she turned a career as a real estate agent into a multi-million dollar real estate empire that provides jobs and empowers the community, while being a wife and unschooling her three boys! She provides online education to help others write a different sentence too.
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Money: Erika shares how her relationship with money is different than what she sees playing out for others in her community?
Real Estate: Erika walks us through how real estate has been a vehicle for income and wealth for her (We cover financing, BRRRR, Air BnB, rentals, etc.—all the things!).
Entrepreneurship: She gives her best tips for entrepreneurs.
Parenting: She discusses how she balances motherhood and business.
Unschooling: She talks about how unschooling is a part of this lifestyle for her family.
We answer the question of what to do with today’s seller’s market.
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