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Inga Frost

Hello!  My name is Inga, and I am a single mom and full-time Real Estate Agent in Virginia. On January 23rd of 2019, I found out I was going to be a mother. Initially, I was overwhelmed because I was not in a position financially to take care of a child, but the love I had for my baby lit a fire in me that no one could put out. I enrolled in Real Estate School online and then took the exam to become a Licensed Real Estate Agent in Virginia. 


A month later (in July) I was helping people achieve their dreams of becoming a homeowner while I was also achieving my goal to be financially prepared to take care of my daughter Bella. Bella was born on October 3, 2019, and being a Real Estate Agent has not only allowed me to financially take care of her, but it has also allowed me to have her with me full time. It was a huge risk jumping into Real Estate two months prior to my due date, but with a plan, strong faith, and a positive attitude I was able to hit the ground running. To all my Queens out there remember that you have the power to create your ending!



Being a single parent at home can be tough on you. There's no one else to share decisions with, to help discipline, and help with financial responsibilities.


We need to go to work and leave work on time. Because our child depends on us to pick them up from daycare, school, and sports activities. When all is said and done with dinner, homework and bedtime, we’re too exhausted to do anything else. 


We look to God because he is the one who can heal us spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically, socially, and financially.  For it is written, God is your husband, Isaiah 54: 5 says: "For your maker is your husband, the Lord Almighty is his name.


The best mom is a happy mom! If Mr. Right comes along and he accepts your child and contributes to your life and brings you joy, then go for it. The beginning process may be a little tough. Be cautious, put your child first and respect yourself and the process.  Don't rush, take your time. 

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