@Toni McDonald - While I am no expert by any means. This is a bit of a tough question to answer. I still consider myself very new to RE investing and there are plenty of people here that know way more than me. Having said that I suggest you go to a local REIA meeting and meet other people in your market and get a sense of what they do so that you can understand things better. Nothing will come easy and most will require work and effort. When i joined about a year ago I visited the newbie section and introduced myself. From there I just focused on learning as much as i can in my spare time. You approach may be different than mine but that's what I chose to do. I suggest speaking with others, reading and learning and find out what interests you most. There is a lot out there.
My biggest advantage is time and willingness to learn and work. We're kind of in between two states right now, so there's that. We'd really prefer to flip houses, but were originally told that our financial situation meant we'd be better suited - at least initially - for wholesaling. However, we're willing to look at all options.
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