Background (short & sweet):
I started investing in February 2004 with two single family rentals and moved into developing, but got burned by contractors and the economy during the economic recession. As a result, I left the industry and focused on working a 9-to-5. In this day and time, a job is no more secure than real estate investing!
I've never loss the desire to be my own boss and I love real estate and I'm eager to restart my business. Because of my integrity, I still maintain good relationships with a few people in the industry, and, as a result, I get a lot of great deals (mostly large multi-family), but I'm not in the position financially or structurally to do much with these opportunities.
Given my previously expressed circumstances, I'd love to get some insight and suggestions from more established investors and real estate professionals, who are having success in the industry. As a single parent, I'm eager to provide my son with the life he deserves.
Welcome back @Chad Clinton ! Lots of investors looking for good off-market deals in the multi-family space. I would think you could monetize that by bird dogging and/or wholesaling (if legal in DC). If you have an opportunity, investors will come!
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