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Charity Woods is an an active real estate investor since 1999 and is currently a partner or owner of four real estate investment firms in VA

In this episode Charity Woods discusses how she helps new investors achieve their maximum potential through one on one coaching and mentoring.

Listen to “Charity Woods – Active Real Estate Investor Since 1999” on Spreaker.

She has been an active real estate investor since 1999 and is currently a partner or owner of four real estate investment firms in VA.

Charity is the author of That Flipping Book, an all-inclusive book on investing in all niches of real estate, her book is currently in production and should be available to the public soon.

Charity is still active in real estate investing with five flips in progress as we speak and an expansive portfolio of held property

To learn more about Charity visit: http://www.thewealthwarriors.com

You may also contact her at:

Phone:804-446-6660.
Mentorship Site
Blog: http://www.thatflippinggirl.com

Social Media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charity.h.woods
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CharityHowardWoods/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/thatflipingirl
Tumblr: http://thatflippinggirl.tumblr.com/
Vine: https://vine.co/u/1349869240823480320

Today’s Host:

Richard Kai Mosca

RICHARD KAI MOSCA is a best-selling author, executive producer and host for Real Estate Insiders Radio, host and producer for Business Innovators Radio and Vote America Radio.

Richard is CEO of Rapid Celebrity, an Authority Media Marketing Agency.

As a freelance journalist his work has been featured on Business Innovators Magazine, CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, USA Today and hundreds of nationally-syndicated television, newspaper, and magazine outlets.

Rick is a contributor to several online business publications.

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