Look for an association that meets at least monthly if not more. This gives you a time to attend, meet people, have people meet you, ask questions, learn, network. If you have a choice this is the ideal situation. Now if the group only meets online or virtually, you might try to work with this group and see if you can’t find a way to get the people at the virtual meeting to attend a live networking events in town – be sure to work with the leader of the virtual group.
B. Online networking opportunities through an active message board. This means you have a place to go and ask a question to the group and get multiple responses in between meeting times.
The last idea is real estate day trading. This is the idea of buying and holding on to a property for only a few months. The goal here is to sell the property for a profit. Note that when doing this method you will make little or if any repairs to the property before reselling it! Most investors will purchase homes that are very attractive in the market and have the best potential for reselling it. The key to this process is to negotiate the deal well below market value to insure that the deal is unbearable to the savvy investor!. Lastly, keeping tabs on the housing market is important. With this being said be sure to have a positive and well-respected mentor who is actually doing deals in today’s market to help guide you to your goals.
An estate investment also means that you can end up with instant equity. Moreover, chances are that if you buy property in a growing city or in a good locality, then your investment would be growing every year.
C. Recording of the speakers at meetings. So while I know you are going to attend every meeting, you might miss something and having the ability to go back and replay a part or all of a meeting is very beneficial.
Your peers are buying properties in these other markets, getting a lot of cash flow for their money and are racking up a diverse portfolio of assets quickly. Are they geniuses? Are they better real estate investors? The answer is no. Many of these people stepped outside their comfort zone, took very little risk, and now are reaping the rewards. How are they doing this? Let’s take a look.
Wealth flow. The first thing to consider in a real estate invesment is the flow of money. You have to ask your self first. Is this realty viable? How persuasive can it be to the target market? Will this investment provide them future income? Aside from those, also ask your self, how important is personal income to you?
What is wholesaling real estate? This is the where you do not own a property you just have contractual rights to the property for a period agreed upon by you, as the wholesale; and the seller. You then find an end buyer to agree to the terms and pay you fee for bringing the deal together. It is that simple. Here is a quick step by step depiction of how it should all come together.