Rachel Hernandez – The Best and Brightest Women in Real Estate Investing

August 25, 2010 | By | 13 Replies More


This week, Rachel Hernandez – aka Mobile Home Gurl – is bringing us Part 7 of our “Best and Brightest Women in Real Estate Investing” series.

New to the series? Start w/ the introduction.

Now, you may not have known this, but Rachel wasn’t always the “Mobile Home Gurl”. She actually got her start in single family homes and built up a sizable portfolio. But all was NOT well (as you’ll hear in her video below).

Here are a few things that you’re about to discover:

=> Why she chose to become an investor even though she NEVER thought she would be in real estate

=> The book that made things “click” and ultimately sent her on the path towards financial freedom

=> How a phone call to a local property owner turned into her first deal and a nice five figure profit

=> How she ironically went from profiting from burned-out landlords to becoming one herself

=> and Much More!

Rachel Hernandez | Best and Brightest Women in Real Estate Investing

We’re all ears Rachel. Take it away…

Good stuff Mobile Home Gurl!

Connect with “Best and Brightest” Rachel Hernandez

You know, they say that your net worth equals your network.

Facebook_Twitter_YouTubeSo, put your networking shoes on and connect w/ Rachel below…

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Now for your free REI training resource…

Rachel has donated a great tutorial on how to get started investing in mobile homes. Now, as a fan of mobiles myself, I definitely recommend checking this out. Mobile homes can be excellent little cash flow machines… and often times (as long as you buy ’em right), you can get your total investment right back out of them in no time flat.

So, click below to learn how to get started in mobile home investing…

10 Do’s and Don’ts to Get Started in Mobile Home Investing

Alrighty, that does it for Part 7.

Be cool and show Rachel your support by clicking the Facebook “Like” button… AND leave a comment before ya go.

See y’all soon,

~ Patrick

… aka P-Rid

P.S. – Here are the links to the series for you:

Julie Broad | Esi Benedict | Shae Bynes | Christina Mellott | Stephani Davis | Rachel Hernandez | Susan Lassiter-Lyons

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  1. Shae says:

    Rachel, its so fun to see you on video! I hope I’ll see lots more of you on your blog ;-) Great story and great tips!
    .-= Shae´s last blog ..The Secret of Mitch Stephen’s Success with Private Money Lenders =-.

  2. Rachel says:

    Thanks Shae, glad you enjoyed it! I still remember when Steph first started doing video and then we told her we would be asking for video advice from her down the road. And, then you started with the video (that was great!) And, now look – we’re all doing video now! :)

  3. Dave says:

    Good stuff..right up my alley

  4. Mark says:

    Thanks so much for the insight! But I’M about to tell YOU something to enlighten you on the reason for your success…. Ready????? It’s your ATTITUDE!! Positive, but realistic; practical in it’s implementation when dealing with sellers and renters or purchasers, and your ability to be flexible. (Great for negotiations and when weathering out unexpected “storms”.) You got started by “getting out of your own way” and opening up your mind. Great video and hugs and appreciation from us, the ones who benefit.

  5. Esi says:

    Hey Rachael, I enjoyed the video and the tips. “build your business around yourself, not the other way around” Though, in the beginning stages, one might have no choice until they develop a system over time that works for them.
    .-= Esi´s last blog ..Oh! What a day =-.

  6. Kris says:

    Hey Rachel,
    For some reason I could not download your 10 do’s and don’ts. It said it was corrupt. I was so interested in hearing what you had to say. Do you have it on your website? Let me know, thanks, Kris
    P.S. Can’t wait to hear more from you. thanks

  7. Patrick Riddle says:

    Yo Kris… hmmmmm I just tested it on my end and it worked find… not sure if you already tried this but…

    Try “right clicking” on the link and click “save link as”. You should be able to download and play it fine.

    ~ P-Rid

  8. Patrick: I also tried to download the 10 do’s and don’ts. I had the same results as Kris. I would love t listen to it. I tried right clicking and it downloaded but would not play. Help!

  9. Rachel says:

    (Mark) Thanks Mark, glad you enjoyed it! Wow, great description of your evaluation for my success – very true and nicely worded, I like it! Thanks for stopping by! :)

    (Esi) Glad you enjoyed the video, Esi! Yes, the reason why I say that is because there are many folks out there who try to emulate what others are doing and think it’s the “end all, be all.” Here’s the thing, we’re all different – we all have different personalities and ways of doing things. Since I’m not much of a techie person, if I tried to market and find deals via the Internet – I probably wouldn’t be very good. Though, I have heard those who focus on the Internet who have had success. It’s different for everyone. And, you’re right – it’s definitely a trial and error process in the beginning to see what works/what doesen’t work. Thanks for the note! :)

    (Kris) Hmmm, that’s weird. I downloaded it and it works fine. Though, I’m on a mac. I used Quicktime to open it. And, I also tried to stream it through my Internet browser Safari – it works too. Since it’s in mp3 format, it should work with any standard program that plays mp3’s. I hope this helps, thanks for the note and for watching the video!

    Thanks Patrick for helping Kris out with the audio download, I appreciate it! :)

  10. Steph says:

    I remember reading Rich Dad Poor Dad for the first time and having that “A-ha” moment where I realized that I wasn’t ever going to get to where I wanted to be while working for someone else. It was a real eye opener, for sure.

    Great job on the video!
    .-= Steph´s last blog ..Flip This Road Trip =-.

  11. Rachel says:

    Thanks Steph, I’m glad you enjoyed the video! Rich Dad, Poor Dad really did change the way I viewed things. Had I not read the book, things could have been different. Definitely glad I did, thanks for stopping by! :)

  12. Dave says:

    Yes the link works without issue. Thanks Rachel!

  13. Rachel says:

    Glad it’s working Dave, thanks for letting me know!