Hello BP community!
Just moved from Puerto Rico to Wellington, Fl and i was wondering whats the best job a beginner can find to start learning all about real-estate investing, while earning some money to start making the moves (Note: without degree). Thank you all for the advice, best regards.
Aldo, I started off just doing whatever I could for investors and agents - much of it grunt work (putting signs up, delivering documents, etc). Later on, I worked as an unlicensed assistant to a real estate agent, did broker price opinions, knocked on doors, etc. Lots of stuff that at the time I really wasnt in to, but now see as invaluable skills I got thrown in the deep end on.
The skills I picked up during those few years made it so that when I took my real estate licensing test, it was pretty easy since I'd been working with contracts and transactions for a while.
Hi Aldo. My goal, like many others' here, is to become a real estate investor. I chose to become a real estate agent as it would help me to learn the laws, the lingo, to network, and just being more exposed to different properties, just to name a few. There are other career paths you can pursue to learn the ropes of becoming a real estate investor but this is the path I chose as I saw many similarities that will directly help me. Hope this helped.
Thank you for taking the time to send some value this way Anson. Greatly appreciate the tips! Wish you lots of success.
It did Allen thank you for the advice. May many deals come your way brother!
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