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Author Topic: Skip Wholesaling go straight to Rehabbing  (Read 3014 times)

Offline REO_NEWBIE

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Skip Wholesaling go straight to Rehabbing
« on: February 05, 2005, 01:06:05 pm »
Hi All,

I am a newbie, what if I wanted to skip Wholesaling and go straight to Rehabbing.  What would I need.  What questions would I need to have in place.  I am not in the best financial or credit situation.  Do hard Hard Money Lenders check credit?  How much of a down payment do they require?  Also, what other questions do they ask, will the fact that I'm a newbie have any bearing on my approval for a loan.  

At what point should I have a home appraised for ARV.  Do you do this after you tie up the property or only after you are satisfied with a successful inspection.  

Offline Roger J

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Re:Skip Wholesaling go straight to Rehabbing
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2005, 07:44:46 pm »
Newbie,

Basically, you've just asked "how do I do rehabbing?"  No offense meant, but you're not going to get the answers you need from a forum.  Whole books/courses have been written on educating the investor on rehabbing.  If you're not ready to purchase a book/course, then at least visit your local library and check out a few books on the subject.   There is almost always one or two even in the poorly funded libraries.

As far as starting in rehabbing versus starting in wholesaling, there is no set level to start at in RE investing.  If you want to be a rehabber, okay.  A wholesaler, subject to investor, note buyer, etc., etc., then it's okay to start there.  The real key is to learn the method that you want to do and learn it well.

Also, there are different levels of rehabbing, requiring different levels of knowledge/experience and $$$ invested.  I wouldn't consider doing a major rehab for your first deal unless you really feel comfortable with your numbers and you have your contacts lined up to fix the place fast.

hope it helps,

Roger
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Re:Skip Wholesaling go straight to Rehabbing
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2005, 08:21:59 pm »
no offfense taken.  Thanks for the valuable information.  I plan to go to a local bookstore and sit down and weed out four or five books that meet my interests.

 




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