Welcome to BP @Jonathan Hernandez
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My father and I have been working the Bay area aggressively for the past 5 years or so and have been involved in all phases of real estate for a long time. Right now we are mainly flipping and wholesaling in the area, but love to network and talk with other investors. Feel free to let us know if you have any questions. We have been around for awhile and understand how hard it is to get started, after all we were all newbies at some point. Good Luck, and thank you for your service!!
Welcome to the BP Community. I am a newbie as well and located in the Los Angeles county area. This site has been great and has MANY tools, sources, etc. you can utilize. Hope we can all learn from one another here!
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Thank you @Dmitriy Fomichenko I'm going over the material now.
Thank you @George Blower .
@Marc Salloum Thank you, do you think that we can possibly link up and just talk about some questions that i have over some lunch? If you have any free time on your hands?
@Marvin Lara I am all about learning, I'm also loving how active everyone is and how people reach out to one another I feel it's a bonus on top of all the materials.
Hi Marc, my name is Kyle and I am also committed to get into real estate investing in the Bay Area. I'm 25 and a teacher in the East Bay. Hope you don't mind I'm using Jonathon's new member platform to take up your offer for questions!
One of the main concerns I have is whether the Bay Area is too expensive to invest successfully as a new member and a teacher? I have no debt and a little money saved up, but not enough for any big 20% down payments! I realize FHA's could be an option, just curious to hear an experienced opinion.
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