A Genius Real Estate Investing Strategy with Traci Powell

Investment Strategies
In Episode 96 of the Better Than Success Podcast Host Nicole Purvy Discuses business and life with Traci Powell.

Traci Powell
Traci has been a licensed real estate agent in Pennsylvania for 15 years. Using her Bachelors Degree from Drexel university in Engineering Traci is well versed in the logistics of negotiation and break down of property sales. Traci’s coverage area includes Philadelphia, Blue Bell, Jenkintown, Skippack, Penn Wynne and East Lansdowne and all of Delaware and Montgomery Counties. Traci is ranked as one of the top 4% of buyer agents who sell homes fast and as one of the top agents for townhomes. She has also been featured in HGTV’s House Hunters for clients she worked with in Philadelphia suburbs. In previous years she also held a loan origination license from 2003-2011. And is well versed in residential mortgage loan procedure. And she regularly taught home-buyer education classes to Non-Profits.

Real Estate and Entrepreneurship Success
In this episode we talk about

-How the one surprising advantage that a college education gives all entrepreneurs and real estate investors
-How Traci, beat the Housing Crisis of 2008
-How to both make money in real estate and serve your passion project

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