There are quite a number of ways you can generate funds for your Real Estate Business. But because you have a problem of capital, I would say you should start small, so if you would, I would just share a few ways that can work with you.
YOU - The first revenue for your business should come from you, the truth is that you can not build a business well without using your personal finance. And to do what you have to do, you need to internally generate funds. Save, invest, get the money out, and pour it in your business.
ENGAGE SPONSORS - Look into your network, or rather, the networks of your network, look for potential people who will support what you do, and not just support, but sponsor what you do. The best way to approach sponsors is to show them how impactful what you want to do will be, let them know how the success of the business will help, and the nation's economy. Proof to them that you're not a squanderer, and that you will always keep up with taglines and responsibilities. Et cetera
LOAN - Although, I am not personally a campaigner for loan taking, but if you can, get a loan, and use it to run your business. I am sure that with a well mapped out plan, things will work for you, and you will be able to pay back after some time.
GET A TEAM - This ones will require some legal means though. You can get a few people who trust and believe in your business, they may include friends, families, or investors who just wants to make something out of the money they have. When you build this team, you can save together and accumulate the funds to a point, and then with the consent of everyone involved, you can start a Real Estate Business, together.
I hope you find these as workable answers. Good luck!
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