I'm looking for a bit of help in rentals. Someone out there to help me get started or even to sit down and have a chat with. I'm willing to provide my hardwork for a learning experience. I'm a jack of all trades guy and a hard worker. I know a handful of things! I'm tired of my 9-5 job and ready to work for myself. I'm trying to set an unrealistic goal of quitting my job in the next 6 months. I make 1200 a week currently, but I work in a trailer factory which is borderline suicide if anyone knows that kind of work. I currently own a SFH and already looking to buy a MFH, but a bit nervous and haven't fully came up its income. All at the same time trying to make make my own ideas to hit my goal. Selling candles, doing contractor work, cleaning cars, day trading stocks, blogging, etc. If anyone would be willing to help please let me know. I live 30 minutes south of South Bend, IN and 2 hours North off Indianapolis, IN. Willing to do a lot to escape my bone breaking job and the 9-5 life.
Pm me if you want to come down to Indy. I've got tons of work and medium amounts knowledge. :)
Spoiler though all my strategies take money and I can't help much wholesaling or no money down. But flips and rentals info traded for some labor sign me up.
@Ryan DeWitt - The company I buy turnkey houses from in Indy is always looking to partner with good people. Not sure how close you are to Indy, but I can be able to make a connection for you if you are interested
@Ryan DeWitt great way to get started. Trick is to provide the person your seeking to work with, with real value that they can truly use. This will take networking and perhaps doing things that you don't like. But a cost effective way to start. Best of luck to you on your REI journey.
I can teach wholesaling in exchange for some running around town with door hangers, etc
PM me if you want to chat. Should have 8 units in South Bend by the end of next month. Have 23 units in Northern Michigan as well. I use a no and low money down strategies to get my multi units. Ill have exceeded your goal of $1200 a week in cashflow I can put in my pocket but it took 30 months instead of 6. But I left my 9 to 5 after 15 months of starting and switched to a part time gig that I enjoy much better and have a lot of flexibility to enjoy life.