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Title: North Carolina
Post by: Admin on January 04, 2012, 09:42:02 am
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Title: Re: North Carolina
Post by: l3l2ad on January 20, 2012, 01:12:18 am
Chapel Hill area -- looking to gain investing knowledge!
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Post by: Hughes Investments on February 04, 2012, 08:15:37 am
South Eastern North Carolina

Investment strategy is to buy and hold for rent and lease/options.

Looking for any advice professionals are willing to share.

If I can help please feel free to PM me.
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Post by: Emazing316 on March 05, 2012, 11:35:30 am
I am a investor who lives in Eastern north Carolina looking for Cash buyers i have several properties that i can wholesale in my area for well below marketvalue.Most of these properties are  in the wayne county area by seymour johnson air force base.please pm me or Email me [email protected]
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Post by: fredman226 on March 08, 2012, 08:27:13 pm
Invester in Charlotte and the surrounding area looking for rehab and whole properties. Close quick and pay cash. 
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Post by: newtothegame on March 13, 2012, 10:52:14 am
I am a Wholesaler in the triangle area looking to expand his buyers list. Cash buyers please shoot me a an email and we can discuss your preferences. Thanks
[email protected]
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Post by: KA Investsing on May 04, 2012, 05:16:59 pm
Good afternoon I'm Kevin from Charlotte, NC i'm really GREEN in the RE investing business.  I am looking for help from any mentorships or knowledge that could be gained from successful Investors.  I have sent dozens and dozens of posts and emails to all invetors/people in the business to get off the ground.  I am reading books and cd's that I have gathered from a couple workshops/seminars.  I am looking for help to get to the next step guidance and support WITHOUT and upfront fee.  I am willing to split deals, help with your deals, whatever it takes.  If anyone has any help or guidance or is willing to take a passionate person please let me know thank you for reading and have a blessed day. 
Title: Re: North Carolina
Post by: KA Investsing on May 11, 2012, 03:39:46 pm
I am new to the group and I was looking to post this comment somewhere and was unable to find where. I am very new to RE Investing and I have sought after MENTORSHIPS. I found one here close in Chalotte, NC. We have a talked back and forth about me becoming one of his students/trainees. I expressed to him repeatedly that I do not have any upfront funds to start my business. He has expressed interest in waiving the $2,000.00 and putting it into my first deal. I have no problem with that, his stipulations are that we are partners on every deal with a 50/50 split for a term of 12 months? He is wanting me to sign a contract for those terms is this a good deal for me? Can you please assist me in making the right decision or decisions? I know that I could probably do this on my own in time with tons of mistakes and money lost. So I can considering this very heavily. I do have the contract that I could send if someone could review it. I appreciate any help here in guiding me. He is wanting this contract back A.S.A.P. He was not going to help me because of the NON-UPFRONT cost of $2,000.00 but he has since reconsidered. I just don't know if this is a good deal and the length of term. PLEASE HELP. I am very serious in making Investing my career and am extremely passionate about pursing it. If there is somewhere to post this let me know I just couldn't find where to open up a topic. Thank you so much.
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Post by: Real Estate Seller on May 11, 2012, 08:01:38 pm
Sense you are just learning you should jump up and down that he is giving you 50/50 split.
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Post by: KA Investsing on May 11, 2012, 08:32:44 pm
thank you for replying to my message.  So you are in agreement of the 50/50 split and a 12 month contract?  I guess my problem is how often is he going to help?  He is local but the way the contract is written it seems like it will be mostly email contact back and forth.  He did waive the $2,000.00 upfront cost but it will come out of my first deal.  I just am apprehensive of how much info will I gain?  I haven't met this guy, it's just been a phone call and email back and forth.  Has anyone else signed a contract like this?  Are you happy with it?  Is this a good idea?  Yes I am new but I have taken one month to really educate myself, no deals yet.  I just don't want to be stuck paying someone half of my deals guessing on his committment.  Can anyone give me some real, true advice here.  Thank you. 
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Post by: rentalman on May 23, 2012, 01:12:13 pm
I am trying to find investors that want to get involved with low-income housing investment properties. Please private message me if interested. Thanks
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Post by: KA Investsing on June 04, 2012, 09:29:56 pm
I have a many Investors looking to purchase in the Charlotte area between 25-50 properties a month. These houses they intend to flip are in certain zip codes and I can give you all the information when you email. They are looking from $30,000-$150,000 at 50-60 cents on the dollar. If you have a abundance of properties and cannot get rid of them or have no buyer get a hold of me. This could be a repeat business opportunity for you and I. I will co-list the property with you or work something out for a WIN-WIN situation. If you are a great BIRDOG, wholesaler, investor, house for cash, ETC ETC. Get a hold of me A.S.A.P. This is a serious buyer and he is looking to move fast. Any and all deals will be looked at and considered. My name is Kevin please email me your contact info if you can provide properties FAST. Please don't waist my time and I will do the same. Good Investing thanks Kevin
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Post by: Alex SC on June 05, 2012, 12:32:02 pm
Hey All

Alex from SC and NC play in both markets. Been a while since I been on any USA forums. We been selling to international clients for last few months.

Love to talk real estate

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Post by: Tlcd on August 15, 2012, 03:03:36 pm

I am a new investor in the Greensboro area.  Can anyone recommend an real estate attorney and title company?

I have a pending wholesale deal. If you have any help an attorney and title company it would be appreciated.  :smile
Title: Re: North Carolina
Post by: BTL on August 15, 2012, 03:28:40 pm
Hey All

Alex from SC and NC play in both markets. Been a while since I been on any USA forums. We been selling to international clients for last few months.

Love to talk real estate


What countries are the international clients coming from? I happen to live in London England.
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Post by: DGH on September 09, 2012, 02:10:54 am
I grew up near Raleigh. I'm looking for someone who has a tri-quad plex new the NC chapel hill campus. Thank you. 

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Post by: PeanutsProperties on November 06, 2012, 07:52:35 am
Hi I am Heather from the Charlotte area... began Real Estate investing this year. I am looking for a CPA that understands both the buy and hold and flip strategies to do my books.
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Post by: RealEstateBirdDog on December 14, 2012, 08:01:55 pm
Checking from the fabulous "Queen City" better known as Charlotte North Carolina.  Looking to come here to pick up some new tips and add useful advice when possible.
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Post by: cmorgan on October 01, 2013, 01:53:19 am
Hi, my name is Charlie and i live in Winston Salem NC. I am looking for a rei mentor in my area. I am willing to split deals with mentor to pay for his/her services. Please email me to discuss options.
Title: Re: North Carolina
Post by: WalkerHarris on May 13, 2014, 07:13:06 am

Hello All,

I am an investor in the Charlotte area.  I am looking for investors for a deal I have put together for 2 properties in Salisbury.  One is a SFR (3bd/1.5bth) and the other is a duplex (2bd/1bth - each unit).  Both have tenants.  We are holding both properties in an LLC and are looking to sell up to 50% of the equity and income to interested investors.  This is a great way for beginning investors with limited cash to get started in real estate investing.

Contact me if you're interested.
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Post by: LindaKing on September 10, 2014, 12:53:59 pm
Hello Everyone - Linda here from the Charlotte NC, Fort Mill, SC area!

We are looking to work with Investors seeking wholesale properties in the Carolina's and Florida areas...  Looking for like-minded, motivated professionals to work with that have similar ethics.

We want to grow our business while making long-term connections so please contact me to let us know what you are seeking and your investment criteria!

Thanks and we look forward to learning, growing and helping out where we can.

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Post by: Luke A Jones on September 23, 2014, 01:14:20 pm
Luke A. Jones. I am in the vicinity of Asheville, NC. Western NC is my playground and after having read all of these comments, I appear to be alone!

I am always looking for partnerships, mentorships, buyers and sellers. I really enjoy finding deals, and I have an extensive network of investors, nationwide, to discuss the validity of said deals with me. I am relatively new and low on start-up funding at this time, however my time and resources are in abundance.

Feel free to contact me with any advice, opportunity, or just to introduce yourself for networking purposes.

By the way, if you want to purchase property but don't want to spend the time finding it, let me know. I enjoy the challenge.

PM me.
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Post by: yharris on December 03, 2014, 10:24:35 am
Hi my name is Yvette.  I'm a new invester from Georgia but I'm looking to invest in NC.  Since I don't have a lot of money I'm looking to wholesale and flip to a cash investor.   I'm also looking for a mentor to steer me in the right direction.  Any help would be appreciated.
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Post by: CGNC on December 19, 2014, 12:17:09 pm
Seeking equity partners for multifamily apartment assets located in select sub-markets of North Carolina & South Carolina.  Strategy is to obtain value-add level Class B or C assets, 100-300 units and re-position with a strategic rehab & management improvement plan.  All deals are conservatively underwritten and selected to yield a 13-15% IRR and 7-10% cash on cash returns.  My partner and I have over 20 years experience making multi-family companies money and are venturing off on our own but lack the start-up capital to land the first few large deals. 
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Post by: mrchrisharrell on April 20, 2015, 09:54:54 am
My name is Chris. 

I'm an investor from Ohio with SFR and Commercial investments currently.  I own several cash flowing businesses from Ohio to Texas.
I also own a SaaS for investors called PropertyManageMATE, and a free investment website for RE investors called Zinksy.

The reason I'm posting on this forum is because I am thinking about moving out to NC with my wife.
If I make the move, I will want to have a network of:

1. Wholesalers
2. Buyers
3. Landlords
4. Lenders
5. PM Companies
6. Other investors
7. Contractors
8. Builders

So that I can hit the ground running.  My email address is available on REIClub so that you can contact me and we can network.

Cheers to your success,
Chris H.
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Post by: PGPCNC on September 29, 2015, 08:35:43 am
Hello Investors  :biggrin

My name is Shelly and I own a Real Estate Investing company in NC (Pretty Girl Property Consulting, LLC). I currently have some properties available for sale and would love to network with wholesalers, cash buyers, etc.

The asking price for one home (located in Chapel Hill) is $685K (Instant Equity - Assessed value of home is $725K, Zestimate estimate $1.1M, in a $1M neighborhood), the asking price for the other is $98,500.00 (located in Fayetteville, NC - Zestimate Estimate $120K).

Contact me if you're interested in the purchase or networking with me. 
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Post by: anezinvest on December 14, 2015, 08:40:22 pm
Currently in Wilmington NC, looking for rehab projects in the area and looking to wholesale some properties to ready cash buyers!
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Post by: VK Real estate on December 26, 2015, 09:38:30 am
Realtor based in US. serving more than 10 cities
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Post by: Bowtie4466 on April 15, 2016, 10:21:54 pm

I have done several things related to real estate investing over the years, including management, investment pro-formas, construction, remodeling, etc.  I am interested in starting a virtual property management company and wanted to see what your thoughts are.  Is this a service that would benefit your business?  Below are some things I am looking at offering.

-Review Maintenance Requests
-Answer repair calls 24/7
-Schedule Vendors
-Coordinate Between Vendors & Tenants
-Maintenance Follow Ups After Work Completed
-Monthly account statements
-Process Prospective Tenants Applications
-Other Administrative Duties Upon Request
-Resident coordination
-Property marketing and advertising

I am open to comments, ideas and even criticism!

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Post by: Chrisharjes on May 21, 2016, 03:09:15 pm
Good afternoon everyone!  I'm an ambitious newbie from Asheville NC (seven rentals purchased in the past 14 months) looking to expand my horizons a bit. I'm always looking for good single-family residential deals, but open to about anything that makes money and isn't too nightmarish to manage. I'll occasionally have a deal I find and can't afford, but more often these days I find myself looking for one. I always have either personal cash or hard-money credit for the right deal. My benchmark rule is a 1.2% gross monthly RIO on quality properties near AVL, with a higher return in mind for anything farther away or with greater management headaches or less market gain potential. Hollar if you have anything that looks good. 

     Also looking for lenders and even more contractors to work with.  I'm also happy to share my list of go-to Realtors, lawyers, etc as well as a growing list of trustworthy (but unfortunately poorly available) local contractors.  Hit me up!

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Post by: mlove001 on March 17, 2017, 08:07:13 am
Hi All,

I used to be a part of this community several years ago, but couldn't remember my login so I made a new account.  lol

I have been wholesaling and flipping in the Raleigh market for about 10 years.  I will look at anything in all of Wake, Durham, & Johnston counties.  I've recently started looking at other markets as well, Wilmington, Asheville, Winston-Salem, & Fayetteville.

I'd love to network with anyone in any of these markets.

All the Best,
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Post by: AIP123 on August 29, 2017, 06:14:42 am
Greensboro NC
Flipping and acquiring rentals in the Greensboro NC area about 7 years.
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Post by: TransformationHomes on March 01, 2020, 06:47:38 am
Charlotte, NC
Investing in single family homes and low unit multifamily real estate

Ryan Lindsey
We buy houses in Charlotte, NC
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Post by: CharlottePlayer on April 18, 2020, 02:06:00 pm
TransformationHomes, are you still active in the market, with the current environment?
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Post by: narrowpathinvest on July 10, 2020, 04:11:07 pm
Raleigh and triangle area

Fix-and-flip and buy-and-hold investor

Looking to network with other investors in the area
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Post by: tadowdle on September 08, 2020, 05:10:09 pm
Hey guys just looking to network with other investors in North Carolina.   I have flipped a hand full of houses that have turned out very well and starting to scale up.   Right now im buying properties in western NC, preferably in the Hickory Morganton area.   Feel free to give me a shout if you have properties you are looking to unload.   Thanks.

Tim Dowdle
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Post by: zpac on October 15, 2020, 01:06:57 pm
Hello, all. Am a private lender who is looking to invest in deals, not only in NC. Am based in NC.
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Post by: Dr.Raj on October 17, 2020, 05:02:40 pm
I have some investing experience in office building - now looking to purchase multiunit apartments in triangle or triad region. Love to connect.

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