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By Holly Lynn
What are you going to do if you are cooped up in the house because everything from courthouses, social gatherings, and businesses are closed because of the Coronavirus? It’s looking that way now.
Everybody’s making jokes, including me, about the toilet paper crisis and shelves being wiped clean. People are sharing photos and videos of empty shelves across America. The videos showing grown women punching each other out over Charmin is ridiculous. If you are going to hoard something, let it be something that you can’t live without. Like food and water. Not that I am suggesting that. But TP?
What do you think is the reason that this is happening?
I’ll tell you what I think! It started with that first person who hoarded all the toilet paper.
Then that person told their friend that they were stocking up on toilet paper.
That friend got worried that the aforementioned friend would have more toilet paper than them.
So then that friend went to the store and loaded up on massive amounts of TP and other goodies. Someone else in the store noticed, then decided that they should stock up, too.
Do you see where I’m going with the story? Monkey see monkey do.
It makes sense to stock up on necessities in times of crisis. Remember the PG&e outages of last year? That should have taught us a lesson or two. Waiting till the last minute is detrimental to everybody. So let this be a lesson to you!
Back to my original question of what are you going to do if you’re cooped up in the house?
Me? I’m going to carry on as business as usual. I have important stuff to do and I’m going to do it! The world can close down around me, but I am going to keep on hustling. For myself, my family, and my clients.
I hope that this gives you the opportunity to spend time with your family, to prepare for the future, and to realize that life will always throw you curveballs. It’s how you deal with it that matters.
Experienced Owner with a demonstrated history of working in the real estate industry. Skilled in Team Building, Television, Leadership, Marketing, and Digital Marketing. Strong business development professional who graduated from San Francisco State University, College of Business.
The Queen of Capital, Holly Lynn specializes in helping people with their real estate needs. She is a creative and results-driven resource who can help investors at every level.
Her authentic, personal relationships with both lenders and investors coupled with her vision, work ethic and endless desire to make the deal work position her as a sought-after, leader in the industry.
Holly Lynn can help you with hard money, private financing and other funding for your investments and projects.
She is a self-taught deal maker who has always had a keen business sense. She works with investors and syndication across the board who are looking for real estate investments that produce passive income streams.
She built B.A.M.F into the single most recognized name that is designed to build strong relationships and invest in multifamily projects to create massive cash flow and wealth. B.A.M.F monthly meetups in San Francisco, San Mateo, Fremont, San Jose and those conducted through webinars are open for everyone. As the multifamily properties continue to be an investment megatrend, She gives everyone an opportunity to learn about multifamily property investments and opportunities that would only be otherwise available for top dealers and those who met the qualifications by SEC. But through B.A.M.F, you can meet with experts and deal organizers who can provide you with great investment options.
Holly’s reputation has been earned one transaction at a time with no substitute for hard work and honesty. Take advantage of her deep proven experience in the real estate and investment market by joining her events and mixers. Mixers that are organized by B.A.M.F is sought after by reputable individuals in the investment and finance field. It is your chance to learn and grow.
“I have always believed that your money is waiting for you, but you have to keep yourself open to receiving it.”
– Holly Lynn –