Lot's of questions - So. Cal. Inland Empire

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Hello, I am Sam. This is my first post. I heard 3 really good podcasts and I have #4 queued up (really good stuff). I am a 9-5 exec and I have 3 rental units. I have lot's of questions about investing so I need to figure out which forums to ask them in. My first question relates to the relationship between investor and flipper (ie what does a typical agreement look like?). So many forums - how do I choose?

Hey @Sam M. welcome to BiggerPockets! Glad to see you are enjoying the Podcast, we have a blast doing it and I learn a lot just being a co-host. Is that how you found BP or did you come another way?

As for which forum, yeah it can be a bit intimidating. I'd probably put it in the "Flipping" forum, here

But if you put one in the wrong forum, the mods will just move it, so not a big deal. Thanks for jumping in and let us know how we can help you move forward!

Welcome to the site, Sam. Thanks for listening to the show and for jumping in and joining us. See you around!

Thanks guys. I found BP on Google months ago and signed up. I recognized that the site was a wealth of information and thought about spending more time on it but i never found the time, I searched iTunes for a BP podcast and I found episode 1. The podcasts are really good. So far my favorite is #2. They have been quite inspiring.

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