@Domonick Dangerfield your subject line says mortgage broker but your post says Real estate broker. You also say the DMV area. That is a BIG area and depending where you want to invest I would give you different names. If you want the Md suburbs other than Baltimore than you definitely need to get to know @Russell Brazil here on BP as an agent.
For lenders try small local banks. They are your best bet. For a broker try @Stephanie Potter or Joe Child of Press Go Management
Thank @Ned Carey and @Charlie Macpherson
Hi @Stepanie potter, Hey @Russell Brazil :
I am a small business owner that's looking to buy a multi- family home in the Baltimore area, but all I'm hearing is that I need to be in business for 2 years in order to get a bank loan. I have only been in business for a little over a year now. In this situation, what would be the best way to get funding for my first deal?
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