@Doug Jones so technically you can't market a property that you don't own and that is the wholesaling issue. I wouldn't worry to much about it at this point in time while you are learning about the business.
Your strength is that you are local and most buyers looking here are not. I would look for a day job that aligns with the industry. Also AirBnb works very well and you can house hack this way
@Doug Jones wholesaling is not necessarily illegal in NJ. The one area to be careful about is how you market your contracts available for assignment. It is also important to make sure the contract used with the homeowner allows for assignment. That contract will largely dictate what you are and are not allowed to do as a buyer.
Originally posted by @Doug Jones :
@Kurt Kwart thanks Kurt. I do like the house hacking strategy. Have you dabbled at all wIth student rentals? Stockton Univeristy opening campus here in AC has got to be opening some doors?
Airbnb is better money
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