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 11 
 : November 11, 2020, 09:43:33 pm 
rdarick - Kind House Buyer
This is a little late but I too give another vote for 🥕

Their training and support is top notch. You don't have to be a techie to be able to rank #1 in your market.


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 12 
 : November 11, 2020, 01:59:46 am 
Todor S - heartlandbuyshouses
It is an entertaining show and something that is amusing to watch if you don't take it too seriously. There are people on the show that you love and you hate and seeing them succeed and fail is fun, especially if you don't care for them and they lose a ton of money. The interactions between the members of the show and the constant battling between them is also a fun aspect of the show.

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 : November 10, 2020, 01:01:44 am 
heartlandbuyshouses - heartlandbuyshouses
Location
“Location, location, location!” If you have spent any time near a real estate professional, you’ve likely heard this phrase. The intrinsic value of your location should be your main focus when you begin your search. Remember that real estate investments are for the long term, so you’ll want to find the best location possible now to help ensure the value remains high on the property. You’ll want to research data such as crime rates, nearby parks, schools, and other conveniences of the neighborhood. Does the property conform to everything in the immediate surrounding area? It all matters when you are analyzing an investment property.

Inspection
Stop. Do not pass go until you’ve had the property inspected by a professional. The condition of the property and any costs to bring it up to the standard needed to be figured into your data when you’re analyzing an investment property. Depending on many factors, the age of the property not the least of them, factor in a higher level of upkeep. You may want to weigh these expenses over the long term against upgrading structural or system issues, such as plumbing, fixtures, air conditioners, and appliances.

True Cost
When analyzing an investment property, don’t forget to factor in costs that come from owning real estate, that aren’t calculated into the cash flow numbers. Consider how many of the hats, if any, that you’re willing to wear yourself for your investment business. For Instance,  will you actively be the landlord? Are you experienced in all fields of home repairs or will you hire maintenance crews or property managers? What about cleaning crews and rehabbing or cleaning units at the end of a lease.

Comps
It is important to understand comps, or the most comparable properties in size and amenities and located in similar areas to the property in question, which are either on the market or have recently sold. These numbers provide you with valuable data in order to properly analyze the price you should expect to pay for a similar investment property. In the same way, you can compare what you can reasonably expect to rent your unit(s) for monthly.

Income
Investing in real estate is a business, as such, it all comes down to the bottom line, what will you gain in income from this investment. The significance of the calculations involved in determining this number can’t be overstated when it is time to begin analyzing the numbers on an investment property. The seller or his agent should provide you with all of the necessary information from their records in order for you to calculate the potential income or cash flow of your investment. The steps involved and formulas used to calculate cash flow are readily available online and in print to those who wish to educate themselves on the process. Likewise, a true professional would be happy to help you through the steps until you feel more comfortable overall with the process.


 14 
 : November 07, 2020, 07:44:29 pm 
Moosewala - Moosewala
Here's my dilemma,

I have a bunch of rehabbers looking for some good deals, but are too busy to look.  There are some pretty good REOs in my area https://100001.onl/ https://1921681254.mx/ .  However, I can't even begin to negotiate with the banks until I can show proof of funds in my bank account.  Originally, I was going to use Coastal Funding to set up a double closing, and they sent me a proof of funds letter, but since the funds are not in my account and I can't get a line of credit extended to me from Coastal, my agent won't even present my offer because it doesn't meet the requirements which are A) a mortgage loan or B) an all cash buy.  What should I do?

 15 
 : November 07, 2020, 07:38:01 pm 
Challa - Challa
What had to done to prepare or what qualifications did you have?
How long had you been learning about LO's/REI?
Did you have a degree?
How old were you?

 16 
 : November 06, 2020, 01:58:09 pm 
NathanMashman - NathanMashman
Hi,

Thanks for taking the time to view my post. I represent a new player in the American market for modular homes/building construction systems. We would like to build a couple of display homes in the US but before we approach any developers, we want to have some prior knowledge to enter the negotiations earnestly having done our homework. The market research I am looking to conduct revolves around the investment and profit delineation within contracts between developers and builders of display homes, specifically in new land developments. I'm sure the terms of these contracts are variable and there may be more than one model for how the investments and profits are shared. If any of you can provide me with some industry knowledge, it would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards

Nathan Mashman

 17 
 : November 05, 2020, 12:41:06 am 
All-Ears - zoeymiler45
No, I personally don't have any experience to drink this coffee, I only take green teas, but I heard about this coffee a lot,
I take Cuban flavor green tea and its good in taste, I hope it's coffee would also good in taste.


 18 
 : November 05, 2020, 12:38:02 am 
Showers0331 - zoeymiler45
The best advice I could give you would be to be different. You want to be the first and only person that seller speaks to. Whether you are door knocking, cold calling, using online ads, it makes no difference. Stand out in your market. If everyone is mailing, call. If everyone is calling, mail etc.

Some ways we find deals are driving for dollars. These lists are one of the best because of the motivation. You can tell the home needs work and there is obviously some distress there.

Continue to look for ways to find people to have motivation.

totally agree with you

 19 
 : November 05, 2020, 12:03:34 am 
myrechic - heartlandbuyshouses
Here are some tips:

Understand Your Market’s Trends - isolating which areas in the market have the brightest outlook.

Survey All of Your Sources for Properties- Local MLS listings, HUD-owned properties, Trustee auctions

Focus on Cosmetic Issues - This can include outdated interiors or a lack of outdoor maintenance and landscaping.

Approach Motivated Sellers - Sometimes they are people who recently obtained real estate through probate, or even a divorcing couple needing to split their assets.

Don’t Be Afraid to Pass - No matter how much potential home may have or how long you’ve searched to find it, don’t be afraid to simply walk away if you can’t come to mutually agreeable terms with the seller; there are always going to be other opportunities out there.

 20 
 : November 03, 2020, 11:58:51 pm 
SteveKay - heartlandbuyshouses
I think that is true especially for the state of California. Many Californians fled to Texas.

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