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The Gold Collar Investor

Aug 2, 2021

In today’s show, Pancham interviews Kaylee McMahon - Founder of The Apartment Queen Investments and the SheVest App.

Kaylee has proved that having multiple business ventures at once and nailing them all is possible! With doing different types of investing, selling over 3million dollars in residential real estate, and launching her application SheVest, she hopes to bring more women into real estate and be a game-changer in the investing world!

We’ll unpack her entrepreneurial mindset in this episode as she shares how operating numerous businesses is possible, why you shouldn’t be afraid to ask for help and be educated, and understanding your own “why” to keep you moving. 

Listen and enjoy the show!



“You just find ways to make semi-passive income with these different ventures and do several things at once.”

Timestamped Shownotes:

  • 0:38 - Pancham introduces Kaylee to the show
  • 1:52 - Growing and learning by knowing a little bit of everything
  • 4:01 - Breaking boundaries for rookie female investors through SheVest
  • 8:43 - How she shifts her mindset, identity, and ventures to be better
  • 17:49 - The 3 ways to educate yourself to have a headstart in investing
  • 22:02 - On becoming resilient and growing from multiple failures
  • 25:18 - How her 5-minute routine makes a huge difference to her
  • 30:02 - Taking the Leap Round
  • 30:02 - Note investing as her first investment outside of Wall Street
  • 30:35 - Her uncertainties and fears when she first invested
  • 31:32 - Why her first house flipping didn’t work as expected
  • 33:33 - Why investors should pick their investments wisely
  • 34:36 - Where you can get a copy of her resources

3 Key Points:

  1. SheVest is a convenient application wherein women have a chance to learn about real estate cash flow education as education is the most important when pursuing investing.
  2. The people that you’ll cross paths with have a reason. They will either provide you opportunities or you’ll learn lessons from them.
  3. Don’t be afraid to ask others to gain additional knowledge. You can also ask wherein you’ll collaborate with other investors using the resources that you both have.

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