Get In Touch!

Get in touch with your questions/comments/ideas!

Got an idea for a guest post? I’m always interested in collaborating with other writers! Bonus points if you’re in the Baltimore area, love making the mundane aspects of being a grown-up fun (or at least snarky), or just have a skill you’d like to share.

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4 thoughts on “Get In Touch!”

  1. Hi Michelle!

    I just found my way to your blog through your post on the Financial Diet, and just had to reach out. I am so inspired by the fact that you were able to purchase your own home and are now renting it out. I have recently started looking in to investing in real estate and doing something similar, but find the idea so daunting. The financial aspect isn’t even the largest part of it- more so, I am worried about being taken advantage of or not being taken seriously as a female real estate investor or landlord.

    Could you give me some insight into how you were able to do this, or what sort of potential to look for in a house? I am in NYC, so realize that the markets will be very different, but would love to hear your experience!

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Kelsey

    1. Hi Kelsey,

      Thanks for getting in touch! I’ve actually agreed to write a post for TFD about buying a home when you’re young and single which I hope to have finished within 2 weeks. My situation as a landlord was somewhat accidental but I’m really pleased with how it has turned out so I’ve already started saving up for my next investment property. If you have any specific questions about the process please feel free to let me know and I will either address them in the post or respond directly. It’s definitely helpful when giving advice about things like this to know exactly what I should talk about since I purchased a year ago and I’ve mostly forgotten how daunting it is when you’re first starting out. I appreciate that you took the time to comment!

  2. Love your blog. You have my front yard as your opening picture.
    When I searched for a house many years ago I told my realtor I did not want to cut any more grass. I grew up in Towson and we had two acres of lawn. She showed me this house and I realized I had a front yard of azaleas. I said THIS IS IT!

    1. Thanks so much for reading! Your yard is one of my favorites in the neighborhood. I cannot wait to get rid of our grass. Why waste time mowing when I could let perennials do all the work for me?

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