@Mayer M. If you're open to working remotely with a real-estate-savvy CPA, there are a few of us roaming around the BP forums. Reach out to a few and see if there's a good fit for what you're looking for.
@Mayer M. Most tax pros who work with clients nationwide (myself included) have clients who live, work, and invest in multiple states.
As long as you work with someone who is either familiar with multiple state laws/regs or has the capability/resources to research the appropriate laws/regs, it should not be a challenge.
Ultimately, you have to be comfortable with your team members and how they work.
Happy to answer any other questions you may have!
@Mayer M. As Nicholas mentioned, most CPAs should have the resources to research state tax laws as necessary, and/or have colleagues who are SALT (state and local tax) specialists. At any rate, working with a remote CPA is fine so long as you are comfortable with that.