Bless you dear Barb ! Glad we are friends on facebook and very thankful we had our close friendship way back when. I remember we closed down the restaurant eating our baked potatoes, oh dear.
I love your blog, the TV interview is great. I’m going to share it with Cameron & his wife, Anne. We are in CA visiting, they have two darling daughters !
I’m wishing you the best, it’s always great to hear about you, I love the name & cover of your book, yes I think I should get myself a copy !! Brad tried being a landlord in Boise, Idaho, didn’t find it lots of fun. I know you are a blessing to so many people in offering them beautiful homes for what they can afford to pay. Hope to keep in touch, love ya, Barbara
Barbie Barnes! What a wonderful article in the Theta magazine about you. As I was scanning through the magazine I saw the photos of you with Marcia, Barb, Linda and Sue and right away I remembered every one of you for those great years at 607 Russell. Of course, then I read the article more closely – what a life you have! Now I’m on your website and will read more about your landlord tips and watch the video. You’ve done such an outstanding job with all your houses – rewarding yet stressful, I’m sure. Just wanted you to know that I’m thinking of you! Kay Loop Locher (“Looper”)
OMG, Kay! What a surprise to hear from you. So glad you enjoyed the article, and thanks for your kind remarks. Hope all is well with you!
My name is Alisha Spaulding and I am a sort of new investor. I have been reading and learning about investing for a few years but haven’t bought my first property yet. I just wanted to say you have a great blog here, I have spent the last 2 hours reading your posts and I think you offer some great advice and info. I look forward to reading more and hope we cross paths some day.
Thanks for the kind words … how did you find me? I’m always interested to know. Anyway, I’m glad to be of help to people who are starting out, and so happy you’ve found this blog useful. Let me know if there’s any subject matter in particular you’d like me to cover and I’ll certainly do it!
I kind of just stumbled across your page doing a few Google searches on tips for buying my first investment property. I know I will have lots of questions when I get started so I will let you know when I have a topic. Thanks for responding!
P.S. I just purchased your book and I can’t wait to read it!
It’s both a “how-to” and a “how-NOT-to” book … there are some hilarious personal anecdotes in it … enjoy!
Since I last wrote, I have put together a group for women who are interested in learning about investing or starting a business, we had our first meeting on Saturday and it went great! I suggested your book to another young lady who is interested in doing real estate also, and I told her you were out of Indiana as well. We both want to buy our first property within the next month or two and were wondering if you would be willing to meet with us at a local Panera or Starbucks to chat about buying our first property? My email is email@example.com, please let me know if you will consider meeting us.
Apparently Rentometer.com sold out to a for profit focused company.
Do you or anyone else watching this Blog know of a similar site? if you do please make a lot of NOISE about the replacement for rentometer.com.
Thanks mike Sety. relpy to firstname.lastname@example.org
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