ISO networking opportunities in Ft Worth, Tx - New REI here

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Hello, 

This is my first post here on BP, and I am a newbie in real estate investing. Long term love of real estate, but newly working on the investment/business side of real estate. Professionally, I have been working in the medical field for the past 8 years, and I am finally at a point where I can shift focus to build a real estate portfolio. I have a lot of the same reasons that most people have: passive income, build wealth, better long-term investments, etc. I live in the Fort Worth area, and I am specifically looking into single family homes, and I would love to connect with others in my area with the same interest.

I have been reading, studying, and I'm all in on starting my real estate journey. I'm not afraid of putting in the work, doing the research and putting my money where my mouth is, but I do lack experience. 

I would love to hear suggestions on how to gain extra knowledge and actually put it to work on my first deal!

For example, should I focus my attention on the MLS, foreclosures, driving for dollars, etc?

Thanks, 

Sean

Welcome to BiggerPockets!! Hope the best for you going forward for the rest of the year. To answer your question, Yes!! Do what works for you!! My biggest suggestion is get with a lender and get your financial situated. That may the process easier to get started and help you on which strategy you will focus on. Best of luck!!

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