Real estate investing has become more popular over the years, with people from all stages of life getting involved. From the middle aged person with a day job looking to diversify their wealth building or the retired professional looking to get into something new to the college student looking for a different path, all have their motivations to hop into real estate investing.
College students (or those just out of college) face a certain set of obstacles that can be difficult to navigate. They may be limited in cash as many others just getting started are, and they may not have established credit. It may also be hard to get others to take them seriously due to their youth.
Related: How to Start Investing In Real Estate at a Young Age (or a “Young at Heart” Age)
How to Invest in Real Estate While Working a Full-Time Job
Many investors think that they need to quit their job to get started in real estate. Not true! Many investors successfully build large portfolios over the years while enjoying the stability of their full-time job. If that’s something you are interested in, then this investor’s story of how he built a real estate business while keeping his 9-5 might be helpful.
How to Get Started in Real Estate Investing as a College Student
In today’s video, I talk about how college students can get into the game and even leverage some of their assets to get ahead.
I would love to hear from those of you out there that got started in real estate while in college or at a young age.
Share your experiences and stories below so we can get a good conversation going!