@Kenny Kamdoum I believe the best place to invest is the area you know the best. I assume that would be Gaithersburg for you. Although baltimrore is close enough you could learn it in time.
One factor to consider is bigger deals often mean bigger profits. That would also tend to suggest Gaithersburg.
I started marketing in Gaithersburg and some in college park. Have gotten a couple responses but they weren’t good leads. Looking into expanding my market and putting up more signs in the following weeks.
@Kenny Kamdoum Is Gaithersburg a super hot market? Capital won't be an issue to good flippers/buy and hold investors. But if Gaithersburg is a real hot market, deals will be tougher to come by, especially when just stating out. Not to discourage you, just the truth. Personally, I'd stick with your town for a few months and if nothing else, learn the market really well and make connections.
Also, one tip I heard from a podcast, put bandit signs up around pawn shops. I've not done it, but the guest said she had a lot of success from doing that.
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