So.. I keep hearing on the BP podcast "whenever you need help, hop on the forums!" So here I go...
And here I am! I'm going to be honest so I can paint the picture as to where I am as a new investor: I've marketed for buyers, practiced calculating ARV numbers so see how that works, and have searched for properties. I now have the ability to look at "tired" properties with a different eye!
I have a small list of buyers, but I currently don't have properties. I don't want to come off as an unreliable investor, but I don't have anything to offer. How should I handle this situation, while wanting to continue working with this potential future buyer? And is this sort of thing common?
I appreciate any and all feedback to my beginners dilemma! :)
Tell them your sold out....
(palm to forehead)...
OK! So I'm worrying for nothing and be straight forward...Got it! lol
Thank you @Matt K.
you might want to figure out what you actually have access to though so you know what you can deliver. What/where are your buyers looking?
Did you ever have properties to sell?
Philadelphia. But I'm pretty sure I missed that boat. Everything is under construction there.
@Eric Adobo I put in an offer, but the timing on that potential deal wasn't the best. Revisiting that property very soon though, so maybe this time around. Thanks!
This is funny.