Why Are More Women Entering The Real Estate Market?

Real Estate

It’s surprising to see the number of women rising to their feet to become wealthy via real estate investing. For centuries, this was the playground for men only. But in recent times, there’s been a surge in women who invest in real estate.

In my elite real estate club, Private Investment Club (PIC), there used to be only 5–7% of attendees who were women about 10 years ago. Today, that number has increased to about 30%. In fact, there are some women in PIC who have generated massive amounts of money. Some have even become millionaires or multi-millionaires.

The great news is that women now account for about 20–25% of investors. Many women tend to invest part time to increase their wealth and are not afraid to do whatever it takes to be successful.

Obviously, there is still a gender gap in investing, but the percentage of women who are jumping into the lucrative world of real estate investing is increasing at a rapid rate.

I’m a firm believer that the number of women entering into the property investment world will continue to rise. As a high-end mentor and trainer, I’ve been blessed to mentor some of the most amazing women who have become massively successful and then gone on to empower other women to be successful.

I’m a strong believer in empowering women to take control of their financial lives. And, as I speak all over the world these days, I’ve noticed more and more women who attend business or real estate-related conferences.

Are Women Afraid To Invest In Real Estate?

During my coaching sessions, there are women who admit that it’s scary for them to take the risk. Many of the women relied on their male partners to take the lead role in taking care of money.

Lack of confidence in buying properties and the fear of failure are some of the other major factors that have hindered women over the years from stepping into the property investment game.

This can be overcome by attaining financial education, attending events, meeting other successful women and learning the proper due diligence process.

Women tend to be more successful investors than men

I’ve noticed that when women do decide to take action in the world of real estate investment, they tend to outperform their male counterparts.

Women seem to have a great knack for finding discounted properties, beautifying the property, selecting the right people on their team, and finding better tenants. Moreover, women tend to use their higher emotional intelligence to solve any issues that they face.

How Do Women Become Wealthy In Real Estate?

  1. They have a stronger emotional “why” or purpose.
  2. They tend to focus more on becoming successful on a daily basis.
  3. They tend to choose the right people for their team.
  4. They read more books, attend more events, and take appropriate action
  5. They are sometimes more excited about moving forward towards their goals
  6. They tend to not give up even if there are challenges or delays because of their stronger purpose of becoming wealthy.
  7. They hire the mentor(s) who have produced the desired results.

Upcoming Money Making Opportunities

These are now testing times in the world of real estate investing as the USA, Canada, UK, Europe, Asia and other parts of the world are going through a recession/downturn/slowdown.

Upcoming times can be devastating financially for many people, but for others, they’ll bring in the best opportunities to become massively wealthy.

I would predict the number of successful women is going to increase in the upcoming testing times.

Whether you’re a man or a woman, some of the best times to be rich are coming. This is the reason why I’m having my high-end conference called “Wealth Mastery” with Robin Sharma of the “Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” in Toronto. You may attend in-person or virtually.

About Sunil Tulsiani

Sunil Tulsiani is a Former Police Officer, an international keynote speaker, a bestselling author, a trainer, and is a master real estate investor. He’s also the founder of the Private Investment Club (PIC), the top elite real estate club in Canada and the USA.

Sunil’s work has been featured in Forbes, CNBC, Fox Business News, USA TODAY, The Toronto Star, CP24 Television, and The Times of India. His goal is to make 100 millionaires/multi-millionaires. For more information, visit; www.PrivateInvestmentClub.com


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