Real estate investor Twana Phillips opens an association for Atlanta female real estate investors | Real Estate
ATLANTA--The Atlanta real estate market is forever thriving, yet many women are not knowledgeable about effective investing. With so many residential and commercial properties available, metro Atlanta is now attracting several inexperienced female investors. The International Association of Women Real Estate Investor created in Atlanta, has helped many women become of aware of the do's and don'ts of selecting property whether it be for professional or personal use. Twana Phillips, the founder and CEO created the association because she always had an interest in real estate but didn't have access to the entry point. Being a male dominated industry, Twana had a very hard time linking with women that specialized in real estate investments. After being introduced to a woman who shared the same goals, Twana planted her feet in the Atlanta real estate market.
The International Association of Women Real Estate Investor teaches members how to go about commercial real estate but the start up courses are centered around residential real estate. Twana feels investing in the homes we live in, condos and town homes are best to start off in.
Twana feels that real estate is a sure fire way for women to beat poverty. With so many women affected by poverty, real estate investment could create generational wealth.
Twana's association does not have an age barrier. She feels that if you are 18 and able to sign legal documents then its not to early to start real estate investments. There are several opportunities where a person doesn't have to use their own money or little of their finances in order to begin investments. She created a program called "The Inter Luxury Program" that is geared to teens and young adults in regards to real estate invest.
Her courses include: financial planning, real estate glossary overview, financial protection services and healing ancestral poverty.
Twana has also published two titles catered to helping women in the real estate business: The Girl's Billion Dollar Guide To Real Estate Investment Made Simple. The Women's Billion Dollar Guide to Real Estate Investment Made Simple. Warning for Women Only! covers the story of a character named Tiffani Chanil Hepborn. In addition the character of the book Tiffani Chanil Hepborn, this title narrates shorts stories and articles urging women to take care of their finances and the emotions that cause them to be broke.
Tawana states, “The reason why I created this book is because growing up I looked around and saw how many women and children were almost always living in or around poverty. This was pretty scary. I looked at how they were always living paycheck to paycheck and always one paycheck from living on the streets with their children. This is why I created this program where I can help women feel the way they want and have the money to back up how they feel."