What should the split be for an investor?

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I'm curious about what the "standard" split should be for me if I find a great deal but an investor funds the entire purchase of the property. Is it normally a finders fee or is it a split of profits/ rent ? Thanks for all the help!

Generally, unless you bring something else to the table the investor won't consider an equity partnership and especially not on rents.  Your best play is a simple wholesale transaction, which ranges in profit depending on how good the deal is.

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