Have you ever wondered if you could make LOTS of money buying and selling real estate? There’s good news and bad news: you can, but it’s also going to be some serious work. The Fintern is kicking Monday off with our Dana Bull show. Dana brought plenty of insider information for any aspiring real estate investor. You can read the original show notes below:
Ever thought about getting into real estate, but didn’t know what to expect? Our featured guest, Dana Bull, has seen just about everything when it comes to acquiring, rehabbing, and renting properties as a real estate investor. She’s acquired dozens of properties before reaching the age of 28. We invited Dana down to the basement so she could share all the highs and lows she’s experienced along the way.
Plus in our headlines segment, we turn our attention to a challenge women face when changing jobs. It turns out, when it comes to small 401k balances, women are much more likely to cash out than man. And in our second headline we’re talking to Laura Boylan from Haven Life about the state of the life-insurance industry. The industry is facing challenges in enrolling more families in life insurance, what’s the deal?
After we get through Doug’s trivia question, we’ll throw out the Haven Life Line to Rob who wants to share his own financial book recommendations. And today we saved the best for last with a letter from David who is complaining about Joe and MoneyBall.
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- Women Face Cashout Challenge (Napa-Net)
- The life-insurance industry is in need of new vigour (Economist)
<17:35> Dana Bull
Find Dana’s site at: DanaBull.com
<41:59> Doug’s Trivia
- What large newspaper organization didn’t compete for a Pulitzer Prize until 1961?
<46:54> Haven Life Line
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- Rob calls in with his own book recommendations we should be reading.
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- David writes in with some complaints about Joe and Moneyball.
<> Join us Wednesday!
Do you wish you could help people around you get more excited about money? Are you unsure why the idea of saving and investing just don’t “click” for some people? The Fintern is queuing up our time with Gene Natali, the co-author of The Missing Semester. Gene suggests there’s a better way we should be teaching people about money, and we’ll be taking another listen to our interview on Wednesday.