Trade surfing lessons for long distance real estate lessons

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Hello BP community, 

I'm finally ready to jump in and invest unfortunately I live in Kailua, on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. This makes it tough to start small and slowly grow my real estate investments. The cost of entry is very high and can be tough. 

I thought I had a deal for a condo in 2017, but that fell though and have not seen another good opportunity that makes sense for me since. After much thought, I have finally decided to invest in the mainland and was looking for a mentor to help me. I understand time is money and I am offering surf lessons/instructions for the guidance in the process of long term real estate investment. I have just ordered the book by David Green  

A little about myself, I am of Hawaiian ancestry and was born and raised on the island of Oahu. I have been surfing for most of my life and know this island very well. I have long boards and short boards which you could borrow and if you give me a little about your surf experience I am sure we could find an exciting spot for you/family to learn or practice surfing. I have taught quite a few people how to surf and have taken out newbies and been a surf partner, sometimes in Hawaii having a local person really helps. Let me know if you are interested.

Thanks for your time, 

Daniel Sole 

@daniel sole welcome to the community brother!

Check out the events page. We recently started a real estate meetup (Windward REI) that meets in Kailua! We had around 20 investors this month, and growing!

Come hang out, and ask questions there are guys from all levels of investing!

Look forward to meeting you

Originally posted by @Account Closed :

Hello BP community, 

I'm finally ready to jump in and invest unfortunately I live in Kailua, on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. This makes it tough to start small and slowly grow my real estate investments. The cost of entry is very high and can be tough. 

I thought I had a deal for a condo in 2017, but that fell though and have not seen another good opportunity that makes sense for me since. After much thought, I have finally decided to invest in the mainland and was looking for a mentor to help me. I understand time is money and I am offering surf lessons/instructions for the guidance in the process of long term real estate investment. I have just ordered the book by David Green  

A little about myself, I am of Hawaiian ancestry and was born and raised on the island of Oahu. I have been surfing for most of my life and know this island very well. I have long boards and short boards which you could borrow and if you give me a little about your surf experience I am sure we could find an exciting spot for you/family to learn or practice surfing. I have taught quite a few people how to surf and have taken out newbies and been a surf partner, sometimes in Hawaii having a local person really helps. Let me know if you are interested.

Thanks for your time, 

Daniel Sole 

 I lived on Oahu for 6 years. I can absolutely say that investing there has been VERY profitable. You should do everything you can to get into it. Although now, flipping is doing extremely well so you may start there. My Oahu properties perform much better vs. cheaper mainland ones. Condos on Oahu are really good too. Minimal time to manage your investment, no A/C or heater expense, and don't need to update the finishes as much as pretty much anywhere on the mainland.

I travel back to Oahu 1-2x per year. PM me on here and lets trade contact. We should definitely go surf and talk real estate!

@Account Closed I'd be down to paddle out some time and chat about RE!  Now that it's pretty much summer, south shore should turn on.  I mostly longboard.  Let's go!