For DC and Baltimore Investors

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I'm a new investor looking to connect with other experience investors that know the process for both locations.  Especially section 8 multi family units. If you have any recommendations Biggerpockets family and friends please advice. 

Originally posted by @Tonnita Owens :

I'm a new investor looking to connect with other experience investors that know the process for both locations.  Especially section 8 multi family units. If you have any recommendations Biggerpockets family and friends please advice. 

  1. Go to the plethora of meetups and REIA's in the area to learn about the in's and out's of investing
  2. Align yourself with a good local Realtor who deals in multi-family properties (there aren't that many out there)
  3. Find yourself a local lender that can guide you through the myriad lending programs at your disposal.  

Nothing happens without knowledge, support and financing but most of all taking action, so congratulations on taking the first step

Stephanie

@Tonnita Owens welcome to BP. Agree with Stephanie, google REIA or Meetup and you will find a lot of real estate investing groups in the area. Networking is one of the keys to REI.

You are going to find that in the DC area there are not a lot of Multi unit properties.  There are more in the Baltimore area, but because of the demand for Multi family right now SFHs may be a better investment.