Working for Real Estate Investment Firm

Working for Real Estate Investment Firm


So here's the deal,

I finally got a job yesterday working for a Real Estate Investing firm. I really desired a job in an atmosphere like this one because I feel this is a great opportunity for me to apply what I've learn here & I believe I'll learn a lot from hand on experience and it will open tons of great doors for my Real Estate Investing future. I'll be training as a manager due to my previous Managerial Experience. I'm excited I start training next week. However I need more help building my buyers/investors list. The company has a great amount of inventory that is very lucrative and there looking to get rid of all of it. And there adamant about purchasing more properties. So I'm back here for more advice and help.

So does anybody out there have advice for me? I'm looking for Investors who are willing to purchase from this inventory and sellers who are willing to add to it.

How do you think I should Market my need? Where do you suggest I should Market. The owner knows I'm a newbie I was nothing but honest about that.


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I think you are on the right track

talk with your owner and call on bandit signs and of course ask away at this site there are many knowledgeable people I also went to a real estate investment group a wealth of information at the meeting and met several investors

Take care hope this helps

REI Firm - Help Wanted


You should be off to a great start, being in an RE investment firm.

I am planning to spread my REI wings in the very near future. I would
like more info. on the types of inventory the firm wants to sell and buy.

I love being a part of the DG family! Don't you?(smile)

Where is this firms area?

A few questions.
1. Where does your firm operate, city and state?
2. Whom is their market toward? Ie: wholesalers, rehabbers, landlords, or homebuyers
3. What type of homes are they interested in? Buying wholesale, rehab's or do they want cash-flow properties?
Knowing the general area that you want to specialize in will help focus you. And focus is key when your first beginning. Read as many books as possible. And there are books written by all types of authors that cover all these areas. Dean is my SFR resident expert. I also read up on Multi family investments, and Robert Kiyosaki is excellent in overall mind change, toward wealth! Let me know and I might be able to help you out. Have connections in TN, NC, and one or two in FL, GA, and KY.


Proudly serving God, You, and Country,
Edwin Epperson

"The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one."
-Elbert Hubbard

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