NJ assistance with starting Real Esatate business

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What exactly do you have questions on?  If you have already read all the books and listened to the podcasts, I would recommend starting with a single family rental property of your own.  The Landlord Forum on BP is a great resource so I would get active in that section and ask any questions you have along the way.  

Go to local real estate meetups and network with people and ask them questions and build a relationship.  The link below provides two amazing articles that should answer almost every question you have about being a landlord.  They both really helped me when I got started.  At some point, you just have to learn for yourself with first-hand experience.  

https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/52/topics/82174-ultimate-guide-to-tenant-screening-and-renting-your-house

Edit:  Unless you are referring to more property management on a larger scale.  If that is the case, I would still say getting your feet wet with your own rentals would be a great place to start that learning process.