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Ask Farnoosh, Farnoosh Torabi + Ilyce Glink

Got questions about real estate? Today’s episode has lots of answers!

We have a very special themed episode and it’s all going to be about real estate. Many of you are in market or interested in buying. We’ve got you covered, and I couldn’t think of a better, more experienced person to co-host than Ilyce Glink, author of the real estate bible: 100 Questions Every First Time Homebuyer Should Ask.

We’re also addressing questions from our audience, including:

Trevor: I’m looking at getting a rental property. What’s a good base rate of return?

Jonathon: Manhattan is oversaturated. Do you think it is better to buy rental properties over a property to live in?

Natalie: What’s the lowest down payment a first time home buyer can put down?

More about Ilyce Glink: She is an award-winning television and radio personality, a communications and media strategist, an innovator in content marketing and the founder of three Chicago-based companies.

Her latest project, Best Money Moves, is a mobile-first employee benefit designed to help measure and dial down financial stress. She is a nationally-syndicated columnist, a regular contributor to WGN radio, a top blogger for CBS MoneyWatch and a best-selling author.

Ilyce is the author of over a dozen books, including the best-selling 100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask and Buy, Close, Move In!, and she has nearly 1 million books in print. Her latest ebook/webinar offering is Intentional Investor: How to be Wildly Successful in Real EstateShe is the publisher of ThinkGlink.com, a site dedicated to helping consumers make the best decisions with their money.

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