Posted by Eaton on September 09, 2001 at 12:34:37:
I would suggest just reading this hole site thoroughly, get familiar with the lingo, find out some techniques to purchase real estate that fit you. The more you read the more you’ll find out is out there, so I think you could answer the questions yourself better than someone can answer them for you. Just take some time and read… A LOT! I hope this helps.
What is my first step? - Posted by Jonathan Rowe
Posted by Jonathan Rowe on September 09, 2001 at 12:03:23:
Hey, I have been a memeber of this site for about 3 weeks now. I just happen to stumble up on it one day searching the net for some RE literature. This site is awesome. Ok here is my Question. I have been interested in RE for sometime now but have now idea of how to get started. What courses do I take? What books do I buy? Please help. Thank you in advance.
Asked and Answered. - Posted by Jim Kennedy - Houston, TX
Posted by Jim Kennedy - Houston, TX on September 09, 2001 at 12:49:26:
Before you do anything else, STOP and read everything on this site. Just yesterday, one of the experienced pros who regularly visits here posted some very good advice. Scroll down to Johnboy’s post entitled “GETTING STARTED…NOW WHAT!” or go to http://www.creonline.com/wwwboard/messages/50774.html
Also, your question is a perfect example of why the archive search capabilities of this web site are so valuable. Do an archive search on “getting started” and you’ll get 463 hits.
If you still have questions about getting started after reading all 463 posts concerning that topic, then come back here and post your questions.
Hope this helps.
Best of Success!!