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Working with Realtors (And Making it Worth Their While)

Working with Realtors (And Making it Worth Their While)

May 4, 2015

Howdy, folks. Today I want to share with you a question one of my investor buddies recently brought up: What are ways that I can bring value to a real estate agent in order for them to join my team and locate deals, run comps, cash buyer’s list, MLS access, etc.? This is a great […]

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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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Cut and Paste Comps

Cut and Paste Comps

August 25, 2014

OK, so you’re out there mixing it up, marketing for motivated sellers… The leads are rolling in, and you’re starting to actually come across what seem to be viable deals worth considering… Yay, you! But uh oh, here’s a problem: Turns out, you’re not entirely sure yet how to accurately assess the ARV and/or wrap your mind around what […]

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You Need Business Building Skills, Son!

You Need Business Building Skills, Son!

August 11, 2014

Do you dabble in real estate investing? Do you think of REI as something fun and challenging that you really enjoy? Well, maybe it’s time to consider turning your real estate investing “hobby” into an actual business. But how do you do it and what the heck does that look like anyway? Have no fear, […]

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The Nash Street Deal: How I Turned $10 Bucks Into $10,000

The Nash Street Deal: How I Turned $10 Bucks Into $10,000

March 24, 2013

Hey, I just shot a new video to show ya how I pocketed $10k on a deal… Without ever owning the property (minimizing my risk) Without ever seeing the property (which is cool) Without getting a loan (all it took was $10 bucks in earnest money) Without using my credit I go over the 3 […]

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