Elizabeth Cordero has not traveled an easy road to success and financial security. Elizabeth grew up in Mexico as the youngest born to a single mother.
At the young age of 14, Elizabeth and her older sister successfully completed a dangerous border crossing into the United States.
Elizabeth’s first job in the U.S. was as a housekeeper at a hotel her mother used to work at and a bagger. After a number of these rapid-fire work experience for lack of documents to work in this country and not able to pursue an education for the same reason, Elizabeth began a new approach–as an entrepreneur. She launched Elizabeth Cleaning Services, a residential cleaning company that at first employed herself, her mom and sister, but quickly grew into a leading provider of residential cleaning for the Salt Lake metro area for 14 years. As this company grew, she launched another thriving cleaning service, Elizabeth Business Cleaning, to tap into the lucrative commercial business cleaning market.
As these businesses skyrocketed, Elizabeth expanded her reach and influence progressively–from real estate residential sales to property management, buying and selling homes, and investments in real estate and other projects. Through her business success Elizabeth, who became a legal U.S. working resident shortly after the 2012 enactment of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, no longer needs to work to support herself. Instead, she works because she chooses to pursue her profound passion for leadership, real estate, and charitable service.
She has an abiding commitment to learning and has maintained a 3.9-grade point average in her college studies with over 90 credit hours, running a business full-time as she studied, She was accepted into Harvard School of Business where she takes leadership, negotiation and other Business related courses.
She is an active member of the Salt Lake Real Estate Investors Association, National Association of Hispanic Realtor, Utah Valley Real Estate Investors Association which she is a former board member, and has held a real estate license for over 2 years. Today, Elizabeth owns several rentals in the state of Utah, Florida, and Texas has successfully flip residential properties ranging from starter homes to a more higher-end market. She has done several hard money loans and works for hand by hand by other savvy investors.
Elizabeth was nominated as one of the best Hispanic Real Estate Agent by NAHREP Salt Lake City Chapter her first year of Real Estate. She is also part of Federaciones Mexicanos Unidos as an Advisory Board member and VIP Project Management and Mexicano Latino Institute as an Executive Board Member, both organizations are currently working in a very important trade mission between the State of Utah and Mexico that will change the lives of many people in need. She also travels giving conferences in the United States empowering and inspiring others.