Beginning wholesaling in San Antonio TX

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How do I go about studying my market and who I would market to?

Also, looking for a way to find buyers to find out what it is they are looking for?

Any advice??

I have all the time on my hands to get educated and move forward, I just want to know the most before I do!

Honestly, the first thing I would do would be to pick a neighborhood or two that youa re interested in. It could be based on income levels, schools, crime, growth potential, etc. From there, I would use zillow.com to determine what is standard in that particular neighborhood in relation to ARV, #bed/baths, and rent. After you've looked at enough deals, you should be able to identify a good deal fairly easily. Once you find a deal, it shouldn't be hard to find a buyer, but you can use your local REIA, craigslist, or a realtor. And of course, you can always use key word alerts for your market and get as much as you can. This should be plenty to get you started. I wish you luck!

Janelle, If you find any great deals in SA please send my way. We, Canini Properties LLC, are always on the hunt for a great deal. We look for flips as well as buy and holds. Would like to get to speak with you.

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