Congrats on getting started! I would say first thing to do is get your finances in order. I would save up enough for a down payment plus reserves. You don't want to get into your first multifamily with little to no money to handle any unforeseen expenses/maintenance. It's simply the wrong way to start off.
While you've got that going on, take the time to continue educating. If you purchase an investment property you're going to want to know whether your buying an asset or a liability.
Networking is also a good idea. If your credit isn't great, take time to call around to banks and find out who you can work with and what they're minimum qualifications are.
There's many ways to jump in, this is just my 2 cents on getting started.
Good luck and welcome to the community!
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