The successful investors have lines of students banging down their door. They do not have time to read posts in hopes of finding the next rock star because the rock stars are already there. If you are serious about finding a good mentor, not a guru who will take your $, then get out to networking events and meet the successful investors. Find someone you feel you can work with and do whatever it takes for them to take you on as a student. There are many posts on BP about how you can make yourself an appealing student. There are too "newbies" out there who want to learn the business from a successful person but not give back. This must be a win-win because there is no reason for a successful investor to take A LOT of time from his very busy business to help without building a great partnership. Your post states you are willing to put in the time to learn and that is a great start. I hope this helps you to become the a successful REI you want to be.
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