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Author Topic: Is Wholesaling Dead??  (Read 6180 times)

Offline RonH

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Re: Is Wholesaling Dead??
« Reply #15 on: November 02, 2009, 09:24:18 am »
I think what they meant is that there are so many homes to choose from and probably too many wholesalers.  It isn't very hard at all for an investor to cut the wholesaler out completely.  Or the competition is killing them.
Ron Hollingsworth
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Offline xpandergt

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Re: Is Wholesaling Dead??
« Reply #16 on: November 02, 2009, 09:01:51 pm »
I disagree. Wholesalers will always be needed. It isn't even really about Investors having the pick of the litter in regards to deals on the market. People have their specialties traits. Most landlord know they could find properties on their own, but they also know that they'll be sacrificing time away from what makes them money. Landlords want to focus on landlording and rehabbers want to focus on rehabbing. That is the best use of their time. Investors appreciate a wholesaler finding a property that meets their investor's criteria, negotiated for the best possible price, profit analysis performed, repair estimates performed, title work and other details done. It's not always about price, its about time management for the investor.
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