Join a mastery program, or what are other options?

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Hello, I've spent the last couple years learning a bit about real estate investing, but I'm not comfortable enough to try it without some guidance. I would like to have help finding properties (web pages or other strategies to find them) , help making a portfolio to show a bank when i find a good deal, access to banks and places that offer money for flips, and someone to review/remind me of things i might forget being new to investing. I want to start investing soon, but don't want to regret spending the money on a mastery if the outcome is not what i expected. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance!!
I would suggest, instead of spending a boatload of money on guru training, is join a local REI group and attend some meetings. You can network with local experienced lenders and investors, get information, and maybe find someone to take you under their wing.
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thank you so much!! i appreciate your opinion.

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