Today’s guest is a money and real estate expert. Ilyce Glink is also an award-winning, nationally-syndicated columnist, television reporter and radio talk show host, frequently appearing on CNBC, CNN, PBS among other major news organizations. She also hosts the ThinkGlink podcast where she answers questions about real estate, mortgages, credit among other topics. Ilyce is the author of the column “Real Estate Matters,” which runs in over 85 newspapers nationwide including The Washington Post, the L.A. Times, Chicago Tribune among others. She writes the column with husband Sam Tamkin, a real estate attorney with 25+ years of experience to address real estate, personal finance and consumer issues. She has also written a dozen books, including the bestselling “100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask“.
She is also the creator of The Intentional Investor, a 9-part video series and 9-part ebook series that gives you a clear road map to help you become wildly successful in real estate.
In our conversation we discover…
- How to turn your expertise into a successful business. It’s not enough to just have knowledge and passion. You need to know how to execute so that you can be financially successful, too. Ilyce offers her top tips.
- The financial habit she and her husband practice with their sons. It’s helped her boys save thousands of dollars for their futures.
- Her go to zero strategy that honestly everyone should do immediately after listening to this podcast. I’m doing it. It’s going to dramatically change your budget for the better I think.
If you’d like to learn more about Ilyce Glink, visit her websites www.thinkglink.com and Thinkglinkstore.com and you can follow her on Twitter @Glink.
One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “I often tell people that the most underrated thing that you can do is simply ask for help or a try out.” – Click To Tweet
November is all about giving back at So Money!
I’ve partnered with Joe Saul-Sehy, host of the Stacking Benjamins podcast to host a charity fundraiser/competition the entire month. He and I have each selected a personal charity and our goal is to raise tons of money with your help.
The So Money charity is THON, a dance marathon and the largest student-run philanthropy held at Pennsylvania State University (my alma mater!) that helps raise money and awareness for the fight against pediatric cancer. You can donate here.
The Stacking Benjamins charity is Texas 4000, a 4,000 mile bike ride that University of Texas students take to raise money for cancer research and cancer related causes. You can donate here.
The podcast that receives the MOST money for its charity will win the chance to write the introduction to the other person’s podcast in January (buhahah!)
We’ll keep you updated throughout the month!
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