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Meet the Investor: Real Estate Investing Interview with Eric Medemar

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As you can tell, we’re going to be making this a regular feature on the blog. I’ve got a few in the back pocket (see how big your pockets can be!) and wanted to share them with you. Meet Investor Eric Medemar How long have you been investing in real estate? I have been investing [...] View the full article: Meet the Investor: Real Estate Investing Interview with Eric Medemar on The BiggerPockets Blog. This content is Copyright © 2017 BiggerPockets, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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    Marty Van Diest
    Replied about 13 years ago
    Good for you Eric. I don not do investing but am a full-time Realtor. However, I do watch some of the investors in my area and agree that they are doing great. I also know some investors who don’t really know what they are doing yet. Some of them are losing money. Your comment about getting educated is the best one. I believe someone who is educated about the market and patient enough to wait for the good deals can do well. In my market area, which is small, there aren’t those kinds of deals around just any day of the week. I think maybe there are a few a month that pass people by. Since I have started blogging about deals of the week I notice those deals more. I think I’ll pick up a few of them myself sometime.
    Marty Van Diest
    Replied about 13 years ago
    Good for you Eric. I don not do investing but am a full-time Realtor. However, I do watch some of the investors in my area and agree that they are doing great. I also know some investors who don’t really know what they are doing yet. Some of them are losing money. Your comment about getting educated is the best one. I believe someone who is educated about the market and patient enough to wait for the good deals can do well. In my market area, which is small, there aren’t those kinds of deals around just any day of the week. I think maybe there are a few a month that pass people by. Since I have started blogging about deals of the week I notice those deals more. I think I’ll pick up a few of them myself sometime.
    Eric Medemar
    Replied about 13 years ago
    Helping other people find deals is a great way to learn the market, I started out helping other investors, then one day I realized it was time to make myself some cash
    Dr. Wholesale
    Replied over 12 years ago
    it reminds me of the old saying about what people can’t do, they teach. Once people have enough knowledge and confidence, then they will get their hands dirty. Reply Report comment
    Dr. Wholesale
    Replied over 12 years ago
    it reminds me of the old saying about what people can’t do, they teach. Once people have enough knowledge and confidence, then they will get their hands dirty. Reply Report comment
    Dr. Wholesale
    Replied over 12 years ago
    it reminds me of the old saying about what people can’t do, they teach. Once people have enough knowledge and confidence, then they will get their hands dirty.
    Dr. Wholesale
    Replied over 12 years ago
    it reminds me of the old saying about what people can’t do, they teach. Once people have enough knowledge and confidence, then they will get their hands dirty.
    Dr. Wholesale
    Replied over 12 years ago
    it reminds me of the old saying about what people can’t do, they teach. Once people have enough knowledge and confidence, then they will get their hands dirty. Reply Report comment
    Tex-Pro Inspections
    Replied over 12 years ago
    There is a learning curve in every endeavor, especially when it comes to money. Once you have enough experience to be as sure as possible about what you are doing, then making the move into investing is not half as daunting a task.
    Tex-Pro Inspections
    Replied over 12 years ago
    There is a learning curve in every endeavor, especially when it comes to money. Once you have enough experience to be as sure as possible about what you are doing, then making the move into investing is not half as daunting a task. Reply Report comment