Path to Purchase Step 4

Finding Investor-Friendly Realtors

As a new investor, you may be investing in a different area of your country, state, or even city. And even if you’re investing down the street, you want an agent who knows about neighborhoods, building structures, and different types of deals so you can close quickly on your first investment property. It’s always best to find an agent who’s happy to help an investor like you.


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Finding a Real Estate Agent

Just like properties, not every agent is alike. Some strengths help flippers more, while others may know exactly what a buy and hold investor wants. As an investor, it’s important to provide clear and concise details about what you want in your next investment property, what your plan is for that property, and what you’re willing to pay.


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