If you’re interested in real estate investing, and if you’ve wondered how to assemble an all-star team, today’s episode is for you.
I’m hosting another edition of Ask Paula, in which I tackle three audience-submitted questions about building a team as a real estate investor.
Salome from Cincinnati asks:
Who are the people I’ll need on my real estate team? How much will I spend in paying them? And how can I find them?
Doug from Louisiana asks:
I’ve saved $20,000 as the downpayment on a rental property. Should I use this money? Or should I look for a loan that can cover a larger chunk of the financing?
Also, how should I look for a tenant? Should I handle this myself, or hire a property manager?
Patricia from California asks:
I live in Bay Area. I cannot buy a house here. I want to buy a rental property in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and I’ve identified the specific property/neighborhood in which I want to invest. How can I start assembling a team from out-of-state?
P.S. Have a question you want answered? Leave it as a voicemail here.
P.P.S. Want the name of my insurance agent, property manager, or anyone else on my rental property team (other than my contractor)? Please email erin [at] affordanything [dot] com.
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