Ready to learn, and be involved.
currently in Inland empire/San bernardino County (Rancho, Fontana, Redland, Upland, Loma linda)
would love to find people to connect, from the same area
goal is to look for properties to rent around the area.
starting from 0
Real Estate Investor from
Welcome to BP Yan! Do you have any experience with rental properties? What kind of properties are you looking for (sing family vs multifamily, residential or commercial, etc)?
Orange County, California
@Yan Calvin Tampubolon Welcome to BP. Have you filled out the keyword alert yet? That should help you narrow down your focus. Also, snoop around on here and you'll find all kinds of info. Remember, everybody starts someplace! Just start building your foundation. Good luck!
Karen Margrave, The Margrave Group #00636992
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Licensed Brokers & General Contractors R.E. Developers (Parlay Investments). Orange County CA
Hi @James Vermillion, none whatsoever.
Im looking for single family residential properties. other than the area i want to focus in, i know practically close to zero.
i feel i m starting out in the right place after reading the posts all over BP forums.
Karen M. straight away did that when i saw your comment in the other thread.
I know this is about a year late but I am in the same area and I bought my first investment about a year ago. It's a upstairs/downstairs duplex and my wife and I live upstairs while renting the down. I'm currently trying to figure out how to get the funding for a second property. Currently my strategy is to read as much as I can so I can learn as much as I can. While doing this I will keep paying down debt and saving. Hopefully I will be able to make another deal within the next 1-2 years.
Real Estate Investor from
Anaheim Hills, California
Welcome to Biggerpocket!
We are buy and hold investors with full time jobs. We buy class A properties that we self-manage. I love the central valley while more expensive than Charleston, the low taxes and insurance. While the numbers are meeting the 1%, 2%, or 50% rule they are still great for our investing strategy.
Definitely check out the blogs, podcast and forums. Another great source of information is individual blogs found in peoples signatures. Many of us including myself write about our niche. The only thing we all agree about is investing in Real Estate. Beyond that there are many different style and types of investing. My blog/website is about long distance self management, landlording, investing in class A investments, investing in a transient lifestyle, etc.
Good Luck ! Look forward to seeing you around!
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Virtual Assistant from
Cebu City, Cebu
Hey @Yan Calvin Tampubolon welcome to BP! I like how you put that you're starting from zero. Don't worry everyone starts from there. Check out the Learn tab above to get started. I recommend the beginner's guide.
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