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Interview with Musician and Private Money Lender - Michele Weir

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On this podcast we interview successful women real estate investors about their stories, their successes, failures, and best investing advice.  Today's guest has managed to profitably invest in real estate in fairly non-traditional ways while maintainting her successful music career.

Michele Weir started in Real Estate as a private lender in 2012. Since then she has provided funds for 25 lending deals with six different rehabbers, bought and sold a triplex and has invested in discounted notes.

Her main gig is in music.  She is on the faculty at UCLA, and also a busy freelance arranger/teacher/clinician who has worked in approximately 25 countries to date. Her arrangements have been sung and/or recorded by vocal groups including The Manhattan Transfer, New York Voices, The Swingle Singers and The Boston Pops orchestra. In addition to numerous published arrangements and popular books for jazz singers and pianists, Michele's most recent project is a unique iPhone app for vocal improvisers called, ScatAbility.

Monick Halm is host of the Real Estate Investor Goddessses Podcast, and bestselling author of "The Real Estate Investor Goddess Handbook." She has over 12 years of residential real estate investing experience in single family, multi-family, mobile home parks, flipping, and development, and owns over 1100 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, 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"