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Dec 9, 2020



Rumor has it that you don’t have to be either an investor or an agent. According to Amy Farrow, a self-taught realtor with a unique approach to the whole business, you can be both! Amy started in law, but when she moved onto flipping houses and eventually real estate, she discovered a new world that she shares with us today. Her lack of extensive formal training allows her to see and share a side of the real estate business that’s rare and refreshing.


Join us today as, with her characteristic sass, Amy takes me--guest host Mike Cowper--through several topics including her origins as a realtor, whether you should get a real estate license, seller’s and buyer’s markets, the art of problem solving, following up leads well, and more. Amy finishes with some sage and hard-hitting words of advice for anyone feeling pigeonholed as either an investor or an agent.


“We’re problem solvers. We’re not whiners.” -Amy Farrow




On Today’s Episode of FlipTalk:

  • Should you become an agent?
  • Amy’s hybrid real estate-wholesale model
  • The seller’s market
  • Avoiding being pigeonholed
  • Problem solving


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