Author Archive: Patrick Riddle

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What is the Best Way to Find Comps Online?

What is the Best Way to Find Comps Online?

March 9, 2015

One question that stems from all our needs and is frequently asked is: How do you find good comparables when you are actively buying properties? A good comparable is a property that was sold within the past 6 months, or even better, in the past 3 months, and is similar in style, square footage and […]

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Q: How Do I ‘Convince’ the Seller? A: I Don’t.

Q: How Do I ‘Convince’ the Seller? A: I Don’t.

February 16, 2015

Hey guys, we have a great question today from Esther in Denver. It’s so awesome that I’m going to devote today’s awesome post to answering it for y’all’s benefit. J “How do you go about convincing an unexpected owner that I can help them sell their house without me being a real estate agent? They […]

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What’s a ‘Typical’ Wholesale Profit?

What’s a ‘Typical’ Wholesale Profit?

February 9, 2015

Hey guys, we’ve got a special treat for y’all today! I’m gonna bring you an answer to an important question that was recently asked in one of our closed door audio coaching sessions at Strategic Investor Insiders Circle. Julie from Long Beach asked: “With wholesaling, what margins do you usually work with? Is it a […]

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Keeping Your Risk Low in Wholesale Deals

Keeping Your Risk Low in Wholesale Deals

January 26, 2015

Hey guys, I got something special for you today! It’s an audio clip pulled right from one of our Insiders’ Coaching Calls. I’m not sure if you know, but we do coaching calls every month where our Strategic Investor Insiders can ask us any kind of question their heart desires about REI. And each month, […]

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Does Wholesaling Work in Your Market?

Does Wholesaling Work in Your Market?

January 12, 2015

Hey guys, Patrick here… Today’s blog post is about a question I hear all the time from investors… people want to know if they should invest in their own market or if they should reach out and try a market that may be a bit farther away. And, how do they determine which market is […]

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