Zen and the Art of Real Estate Investing with Jonathan Greene

076: Empowering Women Real Estate Investors Around the Globe with Liz Faircloth


In the real estate investing community, women sometimes struggle to find a like-minded community where they can interact with other female real estate investors with the same questions and concerns. They may even feel intimidated by the meetup groups vital to networking with other investors.

On this episode of Zen and the Art of Real Estate Investing, Jonathan welcomes guest Liz Faircloth to the show. Liz is on a mission to empower female investors and help them create the networking connections they need to become successful in this industry. As the co-founder of The Real Estate InvestHER community, she provides an intimate global platform where women cultivate deeper connections while creating generational wealth. The Real Estate InvestHer podcast also boasts more than 400 episodes.

Jonathan and Liz’s lively conversation starts by exploring how Liz landed in the real estate investing industry and how her parents offered support as she got started. It took seven years for the business to take off, and you’ll hear how the power of focus helped her and her husband, Matt, begin thriving instead of just surviving. You’ll hear the importance of relationship-building in real estate, the role meetups play in creating a network and relationships, why Liz started her business specifically for women, and the number-one reason women invest in real estate.

Liz’s knowledge of women in real estate and her eagerness to help new investors will give you new insights into female investors’ motivations when they enter the real estate market.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Liz Faircloth’s introduction to real estate investing when her brother-in-law handed her a copy of Rich Dad Poor Dad and how her parents supported her as she got started

  • When her business really took off and why it took several years to figure it out as they survived instead of thrived

  • The power of focus and how they found success with multifamily properties

  • What Liz and her husband learned about being landlords and where their strengths were in the business

  • The relationship building necessary to real estate investing and why you have to think about how to help your tenants as customer service

  • How mastermind groups and meetups helped Liz and her husband take action on investing

  • The catalyst that caused Liz to begin her community for empowering female investors

  • The wealth transfer that’s occurring for female investors versus male investors

  • Her increasing number of meetup groups and how the business began

  • Why experienced investors are always eager to help new investors

  • The number-one reason women invest in real estate and the value of having a safe space

  • A safe first investment for a new investor and the questions you need to ask

  • Where Liz’s company is going next

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