Robert Lawry II | @adminrei
Experienced Investor in Jacksonville, Florida
Posted 2 Years Ago
50/50 can sometimes be more expensive than hard money.
One place to meet people with money to JV is at meetups.
Probably the best place is at the golf course.
Robert Lawry II, CEO & Editor
Rei Media, LLC
Lic # CBC1254563
in New Orleans, Louisiana
Posted 3 Months Ago
Local REIA's and investor meets ups are a great place. I think you need to get to know people first and then those opportunities will come around.
NOLA Cash House BuyerCorina Eufinger | @corina-eufinger
in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Posted 2 Months Ago
It's all about networking. JVs shouldn't be entered into hastily though. Doing a JV is like getting married. It's a big commitment and co-mingling of (a portion) of finances. Most of the people I know who have had successful JVs only do them with people they have known for a considerable amount of time. It's one thing to have a money lender who is passive that you've known only for a few weeks compared to an active participant who is 50/50.
Corina Eufinger (CEO)
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