WS1679 – Get Into Real Estate Faster | Highlights | Amy Sylvis

In this highlight show we feature our series with Amy Sylvis.

We explore the inspiring journey of Amy Sylvis, who defied the odds and achieved remarkable success in real estate investing. Despite living with cystic fibrosis, a condition that severely affects her lungs, Amy has persevered and thrived in the industry. From overcoming fear and taking action to fast-tracking entry into real estate investing and emphasizing the importance of market analysis, Amy’s story provides valuable insights for aspiring investors. Her remarkable achievements serve as a testament to the power of perseverance and determination in pursuing one’s dreams.

Key Takeaways from these episodes:

  • Overcoming fear is crucial for real estate success.
  • Amy Sylvis defied the odds and achieved success despite living with cystic fibrosis.
  • Taking action is essential in pursuing real estate goals.
  • Fast-tracking entry into real estate investing requires persistence and learning from failures.
  • Thorough market analysis is crucial for evaluating investments and making informed decisions.
  • Amy shares insights on analyzing markets, identifying red flags, and staying updated on current trends.
  • Amy’s journey inspires others to conquer their fears, pursue their dreams, and achieve success in real estate investing.

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About Amy Sylvis

Prior to working in multi-family real estate, Amy spent 13 years in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. She was attracted to the industry because of her previous health challenges and wanted to help others navigate illness.

While traveling on business, she picked up “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki and a light bulb went off.  Amy has always been drawn to growth and expansion and knew that she could support and serve even more people through investing in multifamily real estate. 

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