Congrats! What area of Spokane did you purchase? I went to high school in Spokane and was back out there this past summer. Lots of areas have grown and lots of areas haven’t changed at all.
Thanks! It is in the Emerson Garfield area. I seen quite a few houses being updated so I figured it may be on the rise. A long with a bit of research of course.
Congrats Levi and welcome to the area! Enjoy taking those checks to the bank :)
Thats awesome! Congrats! I also got active after listening to that webinar. Hoping to invest in a turnkey OOS.
Thank you! We are very excited.
@Levi McDaniel , What is left to say other than Congrats and welcome to the wild world of REI. Since you mentioned that you hunt in Eastern Washington, I have to ask, where do you hunt exactly? We obviously have a lot of folks from the West side come over for hunting, however, there are a lot of places to hunt over here. Well, once again Congrats, if you are ever over in the Walla Walla Washington area let me know! Here is to wishing you nothing but GR8 success in your future REI ventures!
Thank you @tonywooldrige?
My friends and I have been going to the Brewster area for opening weekend for about ten years now.
Looks like you can’t tag people when on the mobile app..... unless someone knows how?
Type the @ sign and then their name @Levi McDaniel
I too was attempting the 90 day challenge. My goal was the same, to invest in my first home. My BRRR strategy changed upon finding a flip property using a local realtor. We made our first offer being 7,000$ short of full asking price of a bank owned property and they came back at full price. It was hard to walk away from the offer, but I was very confident that more opportunities will arise. I'm kind of glad the offer wasn't accepted though. After the offer was made, the "oh sh*t I have no idea what I'm doing" moment occurred, and I started to panic. Our home appraisal for our HELOC should be ready any day now too, which it wasn't ready at the time we made the offer. We did force ourselves (My wife and I), do think about things we never thought about before. It was definitely a learning experience, and some motivation was lost after the counter-offer, but I am keeping my head in the game.
@Devin Patrick McCauley there will always be more deals! I can’t tell you how many I’ve looked at over the last year, ran numbers and then froze when it came time to make an offer. For the same “oh.....” factor of not knowing what I’m getting into or worried they would not accept the offer. Keep watching that property maybe they will drop the price below your offer... it is a bank and it is the end of the year. I’ve seen crazier things happen!