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Lynne Browne, Real Estate Pro in 20705

Do you take a commission buying/wholesaling properties?

Asked by Lynne Browne, 20705 Wed Aug 13, 2014

I want to begin buying investment properties. I'm an agent. How do I begin? Other than disclosing my license, what do I need to do?

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If you are an agent you should direct your question directly to your BROKER.
That is what you are paying your broker for.

Let me get you started.
If you understand the investment business, you need to ask yourself, "Exactly what is my advantage in being an agent?" (Answer: as an agent you relegate yourself to working for tips, not PROFIT.)

Reconsider your strategy

Should you choose to proceed as an investor, the first consideration to make is your money source.
Your budget or your control over the money of others will dictate your method of seizing control and assigning or wholesaling real estate. You will make MORE money leaving the agent shingle on the desk. When you do go the agent route you will want to be a BROKER, not an agent..
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