The Best Networking Opportunities with Buy and Hold Investors

Posted by Hannah Lapin on Apr 11, 2018 4:09:23 PM

Networking with buy and hold investors

Whether you are a commercial broker, wholesaler, realtor, property manager, etc., there are ample benefits to working with residential real estate investors. So how do you find them? This is a niche, albeit enormous niche, market with very targeted networking opportunities. We put together this list of the best outreach opportunities from our personal experience in the industry:

Real Estate Investors Associations (REIAs)


  • There are ample annual industry events that are great for meeting investors.  has a solid list of upcoming events in 2018.

Property Auctions

  • Network with investors while they are looking to find their next properties. is a good starting point to find local auctions.

Online Search Engines

This is just a preview of some of the ways to find real estate investors and landlords. For even more, browse our Investor Resource or Broker Resources.

More Resources

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