Can Anyone recommend any Good Real estate Lawyers in Savannah? Active Duty trying to start the real estate investment journey. But I am paralyzed by taking the first step. Any help, or guidance, would be greatly appreciated.
@Elin Anderson What are you looking for in a RE Attorney just starting out? I would recommend joining the Savannah RE Investors Facebook page. Tons of active people in the real estate industry, pretty much anything you need for Savannah you can find in there. First priority should just be tons of Education. Just podcasts all the time, on all the different subjects you're interested in. I know it's hard to get out of the analysis paralysis mode, but lots of education is vital starting out. Would recommend listening to the first 100 BP podcasts in a row before asking for help, at least that way you'll be educated and have an idea of the specific niche you want to hit.
Thank you for the response. I have been listening to the podcast, and at the same time acquiring some knowledge.I get excited the more I listen and hear the podcast and I tell myself that I must execute, eventually, no matter what. So far what I have found very insteresting is the buying and holding part for multi family.
@Elin Anderson Multifamily is awesome and I feel like the majority of investors end goals. Savannah is extremely competitive for multi's, pretty much on a national level and SFR's are just as hard to find a decent deal in these days as well. If you're military I recommend using your VA loan to purchase a house hack 2-4 unit in Savannah. (Super competitive and hard to find, expect to pay over asking price and don't be discouraged if you can't find one) If you're ready to pull the trigger I can introduce you to some investment savvy realtors in Savannah.
Mat McCoy at Macorckle Johnson and McCoy. Best dude in town. Knows tons about RE and construction. Tell him I sent you.
I like Liz Thompson of Rubnitz Thompson Ziblut. But your first contact shouldn't be an attorney - talk to other investors and RE agents. I started my RE investing journey when I was active duty, just start reading and listening to podcasts, then when you have a good handle on things jump on a deal. Happy to chat sometime about my experience.