I Just finished reading deans book real estate-millionare, and im very interested to continue my education in real estate.
Im not sure where to begin but i think it would be best if i maybe shootover some ideas that i have, and maybe someone can give me advice if i am taking the correct path or not.
I havent called deans mentor number yet but i think it would be a good idea todo so. I think it would be a good idea in-that, by tagging along with a real-estate person, they can show me the ropes of buying and/or selling a house and making a deal, along with how making a deal and understanding the process of real estate works. (like i said, i havent called the mentor phone number yet that dean listed in his book, so i dont even know if this is what he means by a mentor.)
If this is a good first-step, i would appreciate it if someone guides a light. like i stated, i just finished his book and the only thing i have under my belt is what was stated in the book and the notes i have taken from reading it, mostly terminology for words and understanding of the examples from the situations that were presented.
I read a little into the 101 basics on this forum and have a couple of questions also:
A. What is escrow, and how,when, and why do i need it? i dont believe it was ever explained in the book.
B. This might seem like a ignorant question and/or wrong question: Making a deal on a re-assign is just as easy as calling up a FSBO and making a deal with them, a realtor, and a buyer?