Tips for Buying A Home
As A Small Business Owner


There are a lot of aspects to building a business that no one talks about in the very beginning.

As entrepreneurs, we're natural risk-takers, but it can be hard to assess the risks (and long-term effects on your career or family) if no one tells you!

That's why this week on The Six Figure Biz Show I invited special guest Zeke Samples to join us, and share with you the insider secrets on how starting a new business can affect the home buying process, and how to get around it for those of you who want to live out the American dream!

As always, let’s pull this problem apart. 

Tips for Buying A Home As A Small Business Owner - Episode 76

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With every episode of The Six Figure Biz, we like to empower you with a POWERFUL free resource that goes with the episode which you can implement right away to create some of the same results, if not better, in your business.

This week, since we are talking about buying your first home as a business owner, Zeke put together a 1st Time Home-buyer Guide so you know step-by-step how to implement this strategy.

After going through this freebie you will be able to save hours of time researching the best way to buy a home as a new business owner, and know precisely what questions to ask when you speak to an real estate agent.

You can download it right away by clicking on the button above 👆

We hope you found this episode helpful!

Once you have a basic concept of how to buy a home, etc., the next step is having a loan officer look over your paperwork and strategy to ensure you are completely ready to get pre-approved.

Zeke and his team can help.

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About the Author

Sarah Nicole Nadler, host of THE SIX FIGURE BIZ, brings you her own take on business, and interviews successful $6+ figure women & experts to bring you topics like sales, marketing, profitability, hiring, team-building, company culture, and more.