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Feb 29, 2020

In today’s episode, we speak to Dr. Letizia Alto about her amazing blog: and how she and her husband have become very successful in the real estate investing space. She shares all of her best advice to get started with real estate, make solid investing choices, shelter tax dollars and start living a semi-retired lifestyle.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Why she got into the world of real estate investing and blogging about it.
  • How her and her husband get along while working together on all of their businesses.
  • Where you can get a loan and a down payment to start investing.
  • How you can skip paying federal income taxes by becoming a Real Estate Professional.
  • Why she feels that real estate investing is an easy way to quickly increase wealth.
  • How they purchase B and C class housing for working class people.
  • Why they choose to provide housing for developmentally disabled people through a company called: Supported Living.
  • What information they offer on their blog regarding real estate investing and beyond.

Letizia Alto, MD is a board-certified family medicine physician. She did her undergraduate degree at Hamilton College and completed a graduate degree in anthropology at George Washington University. After finishing medical school at University of Vermont, Letizia did her residency at Swedish Family Medicine, followed by a hospitalist fellowship. She has been a hospitalist since 2011, working at Good Samaritan Hospital, Queen’s Medical Center, and Swedish Medical Center. She also started a company with her husband and served as Chief Medical Officer from 2015-2016. She currently splits her time between hospital work, traveling, real estate investing, raising three children and working on her blog: along with her husband and business partner, Dr. Kenji Asakura.

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