Licensed realtor looking to transition into investing.

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Hey guys! Newbie here. I have been a licensed broker in NC for a little over two years. I am very excited about making the transition into investing. I have done tons of studying over the years, and I am ready to really dive in and start making things happen. My interests are fix and flip, and multi-family investing. I am an open book, ready to learn more and take action. I welcome any tips and advice, and I thank you in advance for any guidance! Cheers!

@Luke Jones

Welcome take full advantage of the resources on BP.

Locate and attend 3 different local REIA club meetings great place to meet people gather resources and info. Here you will meet wholesalers who provide deals and rehabbers (cash buyers). Find them through Google and meetup.com

Paul

Word of advice: Be VERY aware that you are licensed. Make sure to follow all your State rules and NAR rules(if you're a Realtor). When looking at an off market property, wear 1 hat (investor or Realtor), and be careful if you try to switch hats mid deal. Stay on the up and up, and you should be good.

This is something that I had been concerned with. Luckily, my team leader at Keller Williams is an investor herself. So as long as I follow her guidance, I should be fine. Thank you for the tip though! I definitely want freedom, not trouble.

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