I Am a newbie in RE, and I am willing to invest my own money on marketing and finding deals and analyzing the deal and making the offers. My goals as a wholesaler is to get to know my investor as much as possible, so the next time, I speak with them , I will have a contract on my hand to offer.
If you don't have the time to run around looking for deals, I Am more them willing to help you find your deal, let me get to know you. what kinds of deals do you like?
Buy and Hold, Fix and Flip, Multifamily, Money lending, Owner finance, Equity Sharing, Master Lease, Lease/Option, Agreement of Deed, Land Contract and Subject-to.
My biggest fear as an newbie is to spend my time and money on Contractor and Lawyers get a good deal and not be able to find a buyer. ( Any suggestions, any advise would be absolutely appreciated.)
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I added the below wholesale guide for your review as a result of your interest in this niche.
https://www.biggerpockets.com/renewsblog/2015/01/31/ultimate-beginners-guide-real-estate-wholesaling-2/ (Ultimate beginners guide to wholesaling)
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Just curious....I know many folks do remote wholesaling, but how are you going to build relationships w/ sellers, understand exactly what needs to be done to the houses, estimate rehab/ARV accurately from afar, do showings, etc.?
More power to whoever can remote wholesale successfully, but in my experience being boots on the ground is important to adding value to the transaction.
And yes, buyers are a very critical part of the equation. Regardless of your ultimate ambitions, I'd encourage you to start locally and expand as your resources (time, marketing $, buyers, support team, etc.) enable.
Thank you so much for the information @Linval T. This will help a lot, thank you.
@Chris S. Totally agreed with you, the locations, I mention here, are within driving distance from me, I live in a 4 state area. I am not planning on doing wholesale. if I can't reach the properties.
Welcome to Biggerpockets @Ozzy Sosa ! All the best on your real esta ventures!
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