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Myka M.

Real Estate Investor from Dayton, Ohio

Dec 03 '10, 05:38 AM


It has been a while BP! I am still making moves here and there, but more and more I am being asked for paperwork that I just don't have. I have tried to use a regular business plan, but it just doesn't quite cut it for what I need.

I am going to venture off into a full time business here and this venture may heavily involve OPM to get off the ground. Anyone have any RE investment proposals they could post as a template in the knowledge base for us to use?



Myka M.

Real Estate Investor from Dayton, Ohio

Dec 03 '10, 10:57 AM


Originally posted by nmbr1wholesaler:
It has been a while BP! I am still making moves here and there, but more and more I am being asked for paperwork that I just don't have. I have tried to use a regular business plan, but it just doesn't quite cut it for what I need.

I am going to venture off into a full time business here and this venture may heavily involve OPM to get off the ground. Anyone have any RE investment proposals they could post as a template in the knowledge base for us to use?

Guess not :roll:



Dale Osborn

Mobile Home Investor from Spanaway, Washington

Dec 03 '10, 11:01 AM


I wouldn't mind having access to lots of free forms either!



Myka M.

Real Estate Investor from Dayton, Ohio

Dec 03 '10, 02:59 PM


You do, they have some great ones here in the BP knowledge base... just not a RE inv proposal :)



William Alvarado

Hard Money Lender from Islandia , New York

Dec 03 '10, 10:16 PM


The Proposal guidelines and content/format changes (should change) depending on the deal. I write several proposals and can tell you it is not a good idea to follow the same formula for all deals, just like each building/business is different the proposal should be as well, what I have noticed is that you can make a guideline for a "type" of deal (bulk reo, commercial office space, condo, etc) but not a uniform template, you will find yourself spending more time making adjustments to the template than actually writing it.



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