Welcome to Season 5, mi gente! In episode 191, Yo Quiero Dinero® creator and host Jannese Torres talks about why she purchased real estate in Puerto Rico🇵🇷Listen now!
YQD® Founder Jannese Torres is a nationally-acclaimed, award-winning Latina Money Expert, Educator, Speaker, Writer and Business Coach.
She became an accidental entrepreneur after a job loss led her to create a successful Latin food blog, Delish D’Lites®. Now, she helps her clients and listeners build successful online businesses that allow them to pursue financial independence and freedom.
Jannese is on a mission to educate marginalized communities on topics like entrepreneurship, investing, and building generational wealth through her personal finance podcast, “Yo Quiero Dinero®“.
The podcast has been featured on BuzzFeed, Telemundo, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, NextAdvisor (Time), Grow Magazine (CNBC), & more.
Episode 191 Highlights:
- The journey of becoming a property owner in Puerto Rico
- How to find listings for a property in Puerto Rico & mistakes to avoid when searching
- Safety concerns and how to find the perfect location for you when buying real estate on the island
- How the banking system works in Puerto Rico & why Jannese decided to purchase in cash as opposed to a mortgage
- How the realtor system works in Puerto Rico
- What to know about when closing on a property on the island, especially if you’re married
- Q&A from the audience
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We want to send a huge congratulations to Jannese on purchasing her very own rental property on the island! If you’re someone who has the thoughts around purchasing real estate in Puerto Rico🇵🇷but have zero clue on where to start, then episode 191 is for you!
Until next time, stay empowered, stay inspired & #staypoderosa ✨💎
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