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I just was approached to sell about 30 properties that are out of state. What is the best and most effective way to sell a portfolio this size. 

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Get it under contract and give the first right of refusal for a BP member :)

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@Mark Dockter

 I suggest that you reach out to local turnkey providers and agents who focus on selling to investors. If they are already tenant occupied turnkey properties, you can get a higher price then if they are vacant. If turnkey, you will need to provide rent details - rental amount, section 8 amount (if applicable), whose managing it, taxes, insurance, maintenance history and at least 6 months of rent rolls. Most investors would initially do drive by to assess the neighborhood but when you go to contract they will definitely want to get inside to review conditions and meet tenants. 

Most importantly, most investors will want to cherry pick. Trying to sell it as a bulk package would be a hard sell.

Thank you Jonathan, That helps, 

I appreciate the advice. 

Mark

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