Tag: Realtor

6 Tips for Finding an Awesome Rehab Contractor

6 Tips for Finding an Awesome Rehab Contractor

July 28, 2015

Hey Guys, it’s JP here – One of the questions we get a lot around here is how to find an awesome rehab contractor for your fix-and-flip deals. Or even to handle the renovations for your rental deals. Where are those contractors hiding? Now, most of you know that Patrick and I prefer wholesale deals […]

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Licensed Investors: Should Your Broker Get a Cut of Your Deals?

Licensed Investors: Should Your Broker Get a Cut of Your Deals?

July 14, 2015

Hey guys, this is JP here – Today I want to share an answer for a very common question that I get from investors who are also licensed. This question was sent in by Mark, who asked: “I am licensed and my broker wants part of the deals. What should I do with this proposal?” […]

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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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