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The Real Estate Investor Goddesses Podcast

In the Real Estate Investor Goddesses Podcast, Monick Halm interviews women who are rocking it in real estate investment and we discuss real estate, pleasure, investing, money mindset, and whatever else comes to mind.

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Episode Blogs

REIG Jill | REI Supermom
  If you think that family and business are two irreconcilable animals, this REI supermom’s story will prove you wrong. Colorado real estate investor and accountability coach Jill Johnson literally started her family in real estate. She met her husband and
REIG Regena | Unleashing The Inner Goddess
  Women are the greatest untapped natural resource on the planet, and in every woman lives a goddess that begs to be unleashed. Regena “Mama Gena” Thomashauer starts from this premise in her endeavor to teach people how to reclaim the magnificence
REIG Camilla | Passive Real Estate Investing
  In real estate, you need to have a vision board and go after that vision if you want to play a bigger game. For Camilla Jeffs, that means going after that apartment complex and investing passively into syndication. Camilla is
REIG Monicka | Financial Independence For Women
  The core mission of Real Estate Investor Goddesses is to help women achieve financial independence through passive income in real estate. On Financial Freedom Day, Monick Halm expounds on that mission and the rationale behind it. The gender wealth
REIG Mikala | Generational Income
  When you’re venturing out into real estate investing, it helps to work with a dedicated team who has complementary skills and shares the same goals and core values. With a dozen other female African American real estate investors, Mikala Martin found