Posted by Mike-BC on December 10, 2000 at 13:42:24:
Further to RR Smith’s comments, there are a wide variety of opportunities in real estate investing. If you are good with people and administrivia, then buying properties to hold and rent might be the preferred course of action. If you are good with numbers and are comfortable with legal documents, then perhaps flipping properties and lease/optioning properties will be your fortee. If you are a skilled handyman, then rehabbing properties might be more appropriate. These are just three of many opp’s out there.
Whatever you choose, there is material available to help you through. Go to your public library and see what they have in circulation. Many if not all of the gurus have their websites, check them out.