I am a newbie. Brandon Turner suggests analyzing 100 properties to make 10 offers (at the number that makes sense) to get one deal. The wall I am running into is when I find my number that works, I don't know how to determine if I should put an offer on the property. I feel like I can find a number on every property but it is normally much lower than the asking price. I don't want to put a low ball offer in on every house I'm interested in because I'm worried I am wasting the realtors time. Do you have any recommendations on how I can determine a property to put an offer in on?
Remember that a Realtor's job is to serve you, Not you serving them. If they have a problem with you sending multiple low offers, find a new Realtor
@Michelle Terelak I always encourage my clients to put in multiple offers at a time too. In a sellers market here in Dallas/Ft. Worth area you need to put out as many offers as you can. You cant win unless you play. And it is really easy for an experienced realtor to put together offer docs, have you sign electronically, and submit. I do it daily for many of my clients. Whether it is below list price or above list price it depends on what the sold comps reveal. Its not rocket science (thank God).