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Author Topic: assemb. the RE "team" as a wholesaler  (Read 1617 times)

Offline Immy

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assemb. the RE "team" as a wholesaler
« on: July 21, 2005, 08:33:57 am »
I'm starting to birddog to get my feet wet - my next step. . . looking down the line. . . is to assemble the RE team I'll need as a wholesaler/investor consisting of :  money sources, general contractors (I'll be starting out using those as I have no rehab experience), home inspectors, accountant/tax advisor, real estate attorney, and real estate agents.  I want to develop a business plan to present to potential money lenders/investors.

Does anyone have any advice as to how to go about doing this?  I have an email in to my local REI club contact person but have not heard from him yet.  I don't want to put the cart before the horse - as excited as I am to get going NOW, I want to have the above in place before looking for properties.  Does this make sense?

Lastly, should I go ahead an incorporate myself from the get go?  I want to have business cards, flyers, a website, possible bandit signs, advertising in the paper, car decals, etc.   I am not opposed to putting in a minimal investment out of my current lean savings to get all this together. As for incorporation - is anyone incorporated in Delaware or Nevada that does not live there for RE wholesaler purposes?  I have heard there are advantages to this.  I am based in Maryland.

Sorry if these questions are redudant, but I"m hoping that someone out there can give me what they think is the best place to start.

Thank you!

 




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