Escaping the Rat Race - Interview with Sarah May

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Do you feel like you're on a hamster wheel at work or in a rat race and wanting to get out? If so, you will really appreciate our guest today- Sarah May. She managed to escape the rat race one step at a time. While working as an aerospace engineer, Sarah began investing in real estate in her free time after hearing about the incredible financial and tax benefits it provides. Sarah May is a passionate real estate investor who has been involved in flipping houses, owning and managing rental property, and, most recently, putting together a 100-unit apartment complex syndication with a group of investors. After being able to replace her salary, Sarah left her corporate career a year ago in order to pursue apartment investing and to spend more time with her husband and 2 year-old son. When not looking at deals or rehabbing properties, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, playing tennis, and exploring the Colorado outdoors. ABOUT MONICK HALM: Monick Halm is host of the Real Estate Investor Goddessses Podcast and the bestselling author of The Real Estate Investor Goddess Handbook. She is a real estate investor, developer, and syndicator with over 12 years of residential real estate investing experience in single family, multi-family, mobile home parks, and flipping. With her husband, she owns over 1000 rental doors. She delights in adding value for her investors and tenants through improved management and the targeted remodeling and rehabbing of properties. visit: www.RealEstateInvestorGoddesses.com to connect with Monick. Take the quiz to find out What Kind of Investor You Are and obtain your free ebook: "The Real Estate Success Blueprint: The 7 Crucial Steps Every Woman Must Take to Be a Successful Real Estate Investor"

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