Have worked in a factory for years working lots of overtime to make ends meet. Having just gone thru a divorce I'm wanting to get out of the hole that has left me in.
I've owned a couple of homes and remodeled both.
I'd like to learn how to flip some homes to start out to build some capital for investing and holding.
Any ideas on how to find an investor and or mentor would be greatly appreciated also!
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Welcome to the site.
Good luck to you & I'll see you around the forums.
Thank you, I'll need all the help I can get!
there are some great local groups you can get involved with here to start learning if you are in the okc metro.
Hey @Russell Roundtree welcome to BP! Unfortunately, I don't know anyone who flips in Norman, so I can't be of much help. However, just like Rhett mentioned, check out the OKCREIA as well as Millionaire Possibilities. They are both Oklahoma City centric real estate investment groups, and I'm sure you'll be able to make some valuable contacts there. Best of luck!
Thanks Tyler I'll look into those!
Welcome to BP! I also live in Norman
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