Real Estate Wholesaling

So You Want To Be A Real Estate Wholesaler?

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Whenever I attend my local real estate investment club meeting someone using the same pick-up line inevitably approaches me: “I’m going into wholesaling, can I call you when I have a deal?” Most of these people are never seen or heard from again. It seems that most of them attended some guru’s curse on how [...] View the full article: So You Want To Be A Real Estate Wholesaler? on The BiggerPockets Blog. This content is Copyright © 2017 BiggerPockets, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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    Movoto Real Estate Blogger
    Replied over 11 years ago
    I noticed you guys borrowed one of our pictures of a house for sale. We do have a great graphics designer doing our art on our website. http://www.movoto.com/helpmesellmyhouse.aspx
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Movoto – If you’d like the image removed, please let us know. appfunds – If you purchase a property using the formula Richard supplies in the article, you’re going to be removing much of the risk associated with your purchase, as you’ll have built in equity immediately, and upon completion of the rehab.
    Rehab702
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Movoto, That picture came from yahoo. If it is yours, then they borrowed it first. Please advise as I am careful to only take pictures in the public domain.
    Jenny
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Great blog, thanks for sharing info, i may just be able to use this
    Ned Carey
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Another great post. Your thinking matches mine. I get a fair number of new investors comming to me to mentor them on a deal. I hate to burst their bubble and discourage them but I want to ask “WHY do you even think there might be a deal here?”
    salvia trip
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Your thinking matches mine. I get a fair number of new investors comming to me to mentor them on a deal.
    Damon Botticelli
    Replied about 10 years ago
    Very good points here. I’m a real estate agent and I would agree that if you’re trying to flip deals to other investors, you shouldn’t be looking to agents or the mls. I have certainly found excellent deals for my clients, but they are usually the end user or will hold the property and rent it out. If you’re looking for the deal under 70% of true market value to quickly flip to another investor…that’s going to be a full time job!