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S3 Ep 11 Deciding to BE MORE, leave a LEGACY, and love REAL ESTATE [w/ Jannelle Hurst]

Updated: Apr 3, 2021


When you're a mommy with drive and ambition, you think about your legacy. Not just that more is possible for you, but that more... forevermore is what you see for your kids.

Honey the chase for more, leaves you no option, but to stop, realign and go get it.

Legacy, kiddos, making the leap from corporate America, and one of my favorites...real estate. Jannelle Hurst and I talk about it in this episode.

Founder and Owner of Legacy Rose Company, LLC, Jannelle Hurst is a Property Management Professional with nearly two decades of experience in the Residential and Commercial Real Estate sector. Former clients from across the globe commend her excellence - with special compliments to her people management, customer service, organized strategic planning, cost reduction, and clear communication skills.

After graduating with a BS in Business and Accounting, Jannelle completed her MBA at the University of Phoenix and has since serviced the Real Estate and Property Management industry for over 18 years. During this time, she led high net-worth companies, managing and operating multi-million dollar assets while working with the second-largest banking institution in the United States. Her previous work can be seen across 6 Property Management companies.

No stranger to the challenges both new and established property owners face, Jannelle's unique ability to quickly assess the needs of her clients keeps customers satisfied and at ease. Her extensive experience in Tenant Management, Contract Administration, Operations Management, and Property Consultation is an invaluable asset to the Legacy Rose Company.

In this episode, we’ll talk about…

  • Hustling to pass on a legacy

  • Pursuing passion in the entrepreneurial journey

  • Leveraging the power of decision and putting commitment into action


Watch the whole video of this episode below


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