@Simpy Cheema I would suggest with checking the local forums. I would also suggest posting a list of ways you can add value to their business. It could be free labor, doing grunt tasks, or paying them. In my experience and with me personally I'm most likely to help someone who comes at me from a serving angle vs a teach me angle.
I hope that helps!
PS: Also post a little bit more of a detailed title. You're not going to get a get CTR (Click Through Rate) or response if folks don't know what your post is about before clicking.
EX: Will work for free under investor in Vancouver!
Vs: real estate investor
I think it would be helpful if you joined one of the local real estate investor groups. I haven't gone to one yet, but I hear that there is one in the Surrey area. I wouldn't be surprised if there was one in Vancouver too. There are some local investors floating around in here, but I'm not sure they would readily take you up on your offer in this way. I agree with Ryan Dossey's advice.
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