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Olympian, Retired at 23, Real Estate Entrepreneur with Sunitha Rao

At the age of 23, she retired from nearly a decade of playing tennis professionally and competing on the world’s largest stages – including the 2008 Beijing Olympics – with a sixth-grade education, quite literally no money, and very little knowledge of how the world worked outside of her sport. Fast forward a little more than a decade, she has earned a bachelor’s in business and finance and an MBA from Villanova University, has no student debt, a successful finance career, and a budding real estate business with eight doors in her portfolio. Her goal is to achieve financial freedom while also having a positive impact on others lives through investing in real estate by purchasing distressed properties and repairing them to provide safer, cleaner, higher quality living environments for her tenants and guests. We spoke to Sunitha about her career as a professional athlete, her retirement at the age of 23, and her transformation into being a real estate investor and a part of the “Afford Anything Podcast”.



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[00:01 – 04:06] Opening Segment

[04:06 – 18:08] A Very Young Professional

[18:08 – 26:53] Wind of Change

[26:53 – 33:35] Round of Insights

Apparent Failure:

The second property that she bought.

Digital Resource:

Bigger Pockets

Most Recommended Book:

Tribe of Mentors

Daily Habit:


#1 Insight for Investing

Educate yourself and network.

Best Place to Grab a Bite in Indianapolis:


Contact Sunitha:

You can reach out to Suni on her Instagram or you can go to her website to learn more. Click here to listen to the “Afford Anything Podcast”.

Tweetable Quotes:

“I can dream and I can make that dream a reality.” – Sunitha Rao


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