I'm new to investing and I am looking for an investor friendly agent in San Antonio. I am looking for buy and hold properties. I DO NOT want to make tons of low ball offers like many newbie investors, I want to make a few solid offers that have a good chance of getting accepted. If anyone knows of any good agents in San Antonio I would appreciate their contact info. I have been searching on my own but have had no luck finding someone that understands investing and wants to help.
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I fund investment opportunities in SA and have worked with a number of realtors. One that stands above the rest would be Adam Odewumi.
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Awesome! Thanks for the info. I am ready to go just need to find the right property.
In order to keep yourself from getting extremely frustrated, caught up in offer rejections, multiple offer situations, and basically forcing yourself to submit tons of offers before you get one accepted, you may want to work with more than one resource. A good agent is worth their weight in gold, but a good wholesaler can be worth double that. There are plenty of wholesalers in San Antonio. I would get a good agent (I can recommend a few if you like?) and then meet with as many wholesalers as possible. This will keep you with a constant stream of on and off market properties, and may alleviate some of the headaches associated with just offering on listed properties.
Thanks Seth. I am working with one wholesaler now but the deals have been mediocre at best I also wanted to try the agent angle. I would appreciate any referrals for agents and trustworthy wholesalers!
What do you think about local investment meetups or groups? Do you participate in those and if so which are some you would recommend?
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Agent try Christine Jacques [email protected] she invests in apartment buildings.
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