In this video Sandra describes that the 'how-to" part of buying your own home is only 20% of the equation at most. So what is the 80%?
Listen in as Sandra describes a bit about her own journey as an empowered woman and how you can benefit from what she has to share in her book Home Worthy: How to Buy Your Dream Home with Ease and through her online offerings, including live events that are FREE and open to the public.
Hey, thanks for watching, I’m Sandra Rinomato. I’ve become a first time buyer expert ever since I was on my show Property Virgins on HGTV and Netflix which was about first time buyers, all demographics, couples, singles, you name it, and then I created a show called Buy Herself, which was about single women buying their own homes. I created it because at that time about 1 in 4 home buyers was a woman, compared to 1 in 10 a man.
I mean, that’s really interesting. 27% women and only 10% men??
Your life belongs to you, and you can avoid letting others control it with some careful planning and the courage of your convictions.
Doing what others want you to do with your life robs you the success, fulfillment and happiness you deserve. Stand by what you really want to do and go for it with all your heart and you'll achieve what you desire.
Are you a people-pleaser that tries to make everyone else happy instead of focusing on your own needs? Finding a balance is important, and it's within your reach. You can begin taking charge of your life, right now, by remembering some simple rules and making a few choices about the direction you want to take.
The Stats are out!
The Coronavirus can't stop the Toronto real estate market! The numbers are staggering, values are up.
Many people have this question on their mind, "should I invest in real estate?" For those of you who are nervous to take the step into home ownership or investment, perhaps you will find this information encouraging. I know home owners will love to know this info too!
I believe in the power of property ownership and the stats show that about 75% of Canadian wealth is in property.
Is it time to make your move? Let's talk about it.
Have a wonderful day! If you woke up today, SMILE! It's the best way to start a day and set yourself up for joy.
I've been working on my book since October 2018 and it's finally ready! Awesome right? Then a thought came to my mind, "is releasing the book during these times of uncertainty and pandemic insensitive to what people are going through?". Should I wait to publish the book when things are better out there, I wondered.
I put the question out to a few authors and my mentor to determine whether this was an inspired thought but they said that it was my own paradigm that was creating negativity and holding me back. I wasn't convinced.
Afterward I had been feeling agitated and when I paused in awareness of the feeling I knew right then that I had a false belief that wasn't aligned with my inner self.
I took some private time to release all judgement and become present and before I knew it a calmness and joy came to me. I was joyful because the book was created as a tool to help people become aware of and overcome their fears and objections, their paradigms about buying a home on...
You can choose to allow the news to keep you down by watching it all day long, or you can learn what you need to know and then carry on with becoming the best you can be and live your best life. When negative thoughts come in we can just replace them thoughts that we CHOOSE to think. It sounds easy , and it is. Truly, it is easy. You cannot control the thoughts that come in so don't bother wasting energy chastising yourself for thinking them. Just stop them in their tracks and replace them with good thoughts.
Peggy McColl has provided us with so many free tools to help us focus on the thoughts we choose to think. One of my favourites is the Power Life Script. I find it very helpful to listen to a very animated and excited recording of me reading it. Mine is currently 14 minutes long and I listen to it many times each day.
Here is a link to Peggy's Manifestation Tool Box which is currently being offered for FREE:
I hope you will take advantage of one or all...
It's ok if you aren't ready to commit to buying real estate. One thing I really want to stress is that if you have a goal you have to commit to it. If you aren't committed, if you are just kind of thinking about it, or you are going "see if you can do it" chances are you won't. Some women have their own reasons why they aren't ready to commit to the goal of real estate. Some of those reasons are legit, others are not. The others are simply things we've made up in our heads. When we let those made-up things hold us back we lose. Every single time. So let's start a conversation about goal setting. It doesn't even have to be about real estate, or it could be all about real estate. It's up to you. Don't let fear or false beliefs hold you back from living your best life.
I heard Dean Graziosi say something like this: Imagine you're dead and you find out there is a "superior being" and She says to you, "Hey, how did you make out? Did you live a GREAT life?" and you respond that your...
So many people live their lives trying to please everyone else. Sometimes it's just one person we become obsessed with pleasing, like a parent who doesn't show enough affection or approval, or that guy that won't commit. Other times we are afraid to say "no" to others because we are afraid of what they will think of us. Oprah refers to this as the Disease to Please. I know this disease, but I'm proud to say that one fine day I decided it was time to say "no" even though it meant that I would disappoint others.
That day is the day I decided to leave a bad marriage. I was young, in debt and terribly unhappy. No one had ever coached me to know that I deserved to be happy...heck, happiness wasn't on the list of things that girls of my generation could expect, let alone insist upon. Yet, somehow I found the courage I needed to leave, against everyone's wishes and expectations and I've never looked back. That was 1992.
Getting to the point where I had enough courage and...
In Canada, about 20- 25% of buyers are single women… only 10% of buyers are single men.