I am a newbie investor starting out in the big world of real estate investing. Would love to hear about the key methods that have been employed by people to grow their real estate network? Ofcourse, I am not looking to spend 20K paying a mentor but rather develop a relationship that can be mutually beneficial.
Hi @Mohit Rehan
Welcome to BP!!
Best way to grow your network is by talking about RE with people you come in touch with. Network with other investors at BP. Be active member on BP. Attend local REIA and network with investors there.
Thanks @Sharad M.!
@Mohit Rehan I am surprised this post didn't get more responses.
First let me say that my business has grown tremendously from networking and working with partners. Both here and at the BWI Meetup which is the closest real estate group to me, I have met many people who I have done deals with. More and more I am doing deals with people in my network vs dealing with random buyers.
In addition to what @Sharad M. said stop an every renovation you see. You will either meet a rehabber or a contractor - both valuable contacts. Also go to auctions. The buyers there tend to be real players because they have to have the cash to settle in 30 days.
Ned Carey, Crab Properties LLC | http://baltimorerealestateinvestingblog.com/
@Ned Carey Thanks for the tips!
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