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I’m really interested in becoming a property investor to grow a portfolio and create long term wealth, I have been focusing on building my education over the last 6 months and have really caught the property bug, in order for me to gain capital to invest I’m looking at starting my own property sourcing company, I feel I have the confidence to chase these deals but I want to know if it’s the right area to get into, building a list of investors is something I plan on doing very soon by attending local property meet ups in my local area of north east Essex.
I’m currently a store manager in retail but my role is rather flexible for start times and finish times and also what days I have off (perks of being the boss) haha.
I really would love to speak to anyone who has started a buisness in this area and find out about their journey.
Any advice is greatly appreciated and thank you for taking your time to read my post.
When the bug bites it doesn't let go.
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``I have the confidence to chase these deals``
I like people with confidence . Entrepreneurs need bundles of it
I built my own portfolio
Then and only then did I feel I had the confidence and expertise to provide a sourcing service for others
I did that successfully for a number of clients - easing off in 2015
In the 6 months you have been educating yourself where does your confidence emanate from
What does the template of your new venture look like
I feel though a learner driver has to take lessons then pass their test,
Then get maybe 25000 miles under their belt before they even consider becoming a driving instructor themselves
So sorry to be a kill joy but.....
The test I feel for you is to build your own portfolio first as then you will have a skill that others will pay you for
Jonathan Clarke. http://www.buytoletmk.com
Them that can do just get on and do it
others that can’t do just teach
to be taken seriously you need to show you personally have a track record of success
Otherwise you have no credibility
Learn Change and Adapt ?????
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Hi Dave and welcome,This is a forum where people discuss openly a particular topic and, for community safeguarding reasons and the benefit of everyone who visits this site, we prefer that these discussion are held in the open rather than taken into a one to one private messaging environment.As you might imagine, you are not the first person to want to become a property sourcer.These threads may be of interest to you:FREE deal sourcing course So I thought I'd be property broker / sourcer Starting as a property sourcer
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Same advice as last time you asked a similar question on this thread:
If Dave 1993 introduces me to what I consider a good deal then I would very happy to pay him an introducers fee (on exchange of contracts of course).How he is going to source the deals is a different matter