Here’s a great question I heard from a student recently on one of our Inner Circle calls about owner finance offers:
“Could you discuss the terms and the best way to structure an owner financing offer? I know these work best when the property is free and clear, but I’m a little unsure of how to determine the best terms.”
It’s an absolutely perfect question, but more than I should cover in a single post. So, I’m turning this into a two-parter.
In today’s edition, I’ll walk through why and how it makes such good sense to make clear, compelling
Wholesaling real estate doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, once you have the process down, it’s a relatively simple process that you can repeat over and over again, in as many markets as you choose.
Today our goal is to provide you with the steps for wholesaling real estate so you know exactly what steps are required to bring in your first or next profit check. This high-level overview is a great place to start so you can see where you’ll be going.
Let’s dig in…
Simple. To the Point. Highly Effective.
So here you go… a step-by-step,
I want to share something with you about a vacant house motivational trigger that I was recently reminded of… something that’s now so ingrained in my investing process that I sometimes forget to call it out.
So, I was having a conversation with some mentorship students during our coaching session. Of course, we were talking about vacant house deals. I suddenly realized that something that comes second nature to me after all my years doing this… doesn’t necessarily mean its second nature for other investors.
What is it?
A Very Powerful Vacant House Motivational Trigger
It’s something that most
I’ve received many questions from students I’m mentoring about what to do if a motivated seller backs out of a deal.
Today, I’m sharing an interesting and difficult situation that happened to one of those clients. We’ll call him Oliver. He asked:
“I had a contract with a few sellers where the seller received higher offers after we agreed on a price. Do I file a notice of intent with the courthouse to prevent the sale of the house to the other buyer or just find another deal?”
See, very interesting question…
Here’s The Deal…
So, if you