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Ned Carey's Comments on Real Estate Investing, Business and Finance

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If you are interested in Real Estate investing particularly in the Baltimore, Md area, this blog is for you. The blog is written by Ned Carey.

Ned is a successful full time real estate investor. He is also a licensed real estate agent, specializing in investor and commercial properties. Being an active wholesaler, rehabber and landlord, he knows what it takes to make a profitable transaction.

Because of his depth of knowledge and variety of experience you will see insights that you don’t see from the average real estate Guru. This is exactly why several investing organizations in the Baltimore Washington area have asked him to speak to their groups.

Welcome and come back often.


5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Waymon // Apr 26, 2008 at 7:04 am

    Ned are you mentor or training beginner. I don’t know where to start. first I’m work on put some money away and my credit. Can you help me?

  • 2 Ned // Apr 28, 2008 at 3:42 pm

    Yes I do help new investors. I sometimes work with interns and bird dogs. I will also be adding more posts for beginers on this blog.

    If you click the link on the upper right you can join my buyers list and get deals and investors tips e-mailed to you.

    Lastly you can ask a question or reach me by using the Contact form on the right.

    Good luck,


  • 3 Willie // Jul 21, 2010 at 3:34 pm

    Hi Ned, I would like to get started investing but I dont have the money or experience to get started . What advice could you give me on how to get mentoring or training in real estate investments . Thanks , Willie

  • 4 Ned // Jul 27, 2010 at 12:07 am


    I wrote a post some time ago about getting started and it still applies. Where Do I Start?

    1) I suggest getting a general back ground on investing. Learn the different types of investing and the techniques to make them happen.
    2) Pick a strategy that fits your resources and personality. This ideally one that works well in the current market.
    3) Get a mentor to guide you and keep you out of trouble.
    4) Make the effort to make it happen.

    Good luck,


  • 5 Bill (1 comments.) // Jun 6, 2012 at 8:59 pm

    Ned, do invest in any other Maryland counties, or D.C. ?

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