Beginner investor in real estate

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@Dan Chevreux  

1. Read rich dad poor dad

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3. Start talking with providers and browsing what good deals look like in their markets. That way when the time comes you've seen hundreds of deals from different markets and might feel more comfortable making your first move! 

Attend your local real estate investor meet up groups and align yourself with seasoned investors and other real estate professionals who will take the time to guide you through your 1st deal or two. Especially if rehab is involved. This is where the wheels fall off for many new investors. You need a good, fast, reliable and reasonably priced contractor(s) to work with.

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