Sarah Pritch

Expertise: Personal Development, Landlording & Rental Properties, Personal Finance
29 Articles Written
Sarah P. has been investing since 2015, reached financial independence in 2016, and retired in 2017.

Experience
A longtime writer and consumer of all things relate...
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Sarah P. has been investing since 2015, reached financial independence in 2016, and retired in 2017.

Experience
A longtime writer and consumer of all things related to the FIRE (financial independence retire early) movement, Sarah went from working 50+ hours a week to less than 20 thanks to her real estate investment portfolio and side passion projects. Articles about her journey and information about her current projects have been published on LinkedIn, BiggerPockets, Kiplinger, and many other financial news sources.

Prior to joining the FIRE movement, Sarah worked as a program and acquisitions manager on various projects and started a successful, world-renowned non-profit organization. Today, she uses these skills as a real estate investing consultant to help others reach their FIRE-related goals. Her average portfolio return is 30%.

Sarah was a guest on the BiggerPockets Podcast episode #183 and has also appeared on the BiggerPockets Money podcast, the Best Ever Show with Joe Fairless, and Passive Cashflow, among others.

Education
Sarah's graduate studies include an MS conferred in Human Factors Engineering and an MBA/MS in Entrepreneurship/Management. She is particularly skilled in operations management, budgeting and planning, optimization modeling, cyber security, and data analysis.

Accreditations
Program and Technology Management Certificate
Project Management Professional Certificate 

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Personal Finance

How to Build Credit From Scratch

Understanding how to build credit is critically important. A good credit score allows one to take advantage of leverage (aka debt such as loans) in order to build wealth. To access the most funding options to invest in real estate, for instance, chances are you’ll need good credit. Here’s how to ...

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