From Refugee to Real Estate Land Developer

You can read Tahani’s bio here: http://www.tahani.ca/about.aspx

How I like to introduce Tahani, is that she is living large. A super successful real estate investor who started out buying new construction, has owned 39 properties, and now constructs her own properties – including a 48 town houses project. But she comes from the humblest beginnings having lived her early life in a Jordanian refugee camp. She married at the age of 15 to a stranger and immigrated to a country she’d never heard of where we speak a language she did not know. Tahani’s story of determination and entrepreneurial spirit inspires me. I knew I had to share it with all of you.

My apologies if I sound off and you can hear my coughing, as I’m getting over a cold, but I couldn’t delay this interview because Tahani is in serious demand as an international speaker, author, business owner, investor, mother, etc…

In this episode we discuss:

  • What Tahani is all about
  • The major life changing event of getting married… at the age of 15
  • Getting started in real estate
  • Focusing on real estate investments
  • Starting a business at a young age
  • How regular realtors and investors clash
  • Financing land development with all CASH
  • Contractor challenges
  • Sourcing deals for land development and developing those key relationships
  • The moment Tahani decided to learn everything there is about investing then to teach anyone who wanted to know. Her belief in abundance.
  • Investor agent certification: http://www.savvyinvestoragent.com/
  • What to look for and why hire an Investor Savvy Realtor
  • Tahani’s book for beginner and intermediate investors: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B006ISI2OO/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
  • Email info@tahani.ca to connect
  • Tips for raising successful, empowered children

Podcast available here:

Google Play: http://goo.gl/CAM5Mn
On iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/truth-about-real-estate-investing…/id1100488294
On Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=87335&refid=stpr

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