The Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate Investing

Larry McCumber

Investing in real estate sounds like a great idea! Clearly, there is money to be made in real estate but what are the kinds of real estate that are available for investment?  How do you get started?  How do you know if a “deal” really is a deal? How much money do I need to have to begin investing? What about partners?

Never fear!  We KNOW you have questions.  In this class, we will offer answers by covering topics like “Getting Started”, “Finding Sellers,” “Building a Professional Team” and many other important areas for the beginner and experienced real estate investor.

 

Join Larry McCumber EVERY 1st and 3rd TUESDAY at 11 am Central and get all your questions answered so you can launch a successful career in real estate investing!

 

Here is the link: https://v7.omnijoin.com/join?dn=2RCN555KZ

 

PLEASE NOTE: When you click on the above link, you will be asked to allow a quick platform download (about 10 seconds). If all works as it should, you will see the platform load up. You will see yourself in a test window and be given the opportunity to test your microphone.

 

We recommend that (as with all video teleconferencing), you login on a computer that has a hard line connection to the internet. You CAN use WIFI but the signal rarely stays stable enough to support a quality video teleconferencing experience.

 

You will need a video camera (a built in camera will suffice for now).  Long term, we recommend the Logitech c920 for a quality camera at an affordable price (usually under $80). We also recommend that you use a headset with built in microphone. Even a simple $20 headset from Walmart works just fine. The headset helps to prevent needless feedback where the audio from other conference attendees cycles back into your microphone and causes distortion.

 

If you have ANY difficulty in logging in to the video teleconference meeting room, we suggest that you call the OmniJoin Tech Support line.  They are excellent and will have you functioning in minutes.  About 95% of the people we conference with have NO problems logging in… but that means that 5% do. The Tech Support line is (858) 637-3414.  Please note that the OmniJoin Tech Center is in California so there is a time difference to take into consideration.  They are open until 5pm Pacific.