Join us this Thursday night for the Wholesale meetup!
Join us for the last Wholesale Meetup of 2019!
Since it is holiday time we thought it would be great to do something to give back. This month we will be discussing How to Monetize your Leads by Being a Transaction Engineer!
Bring leads you are working on and we will analyze them and give you multiple strategies on how to monetize them. Even if it is a deal you have already done we can show you how to structure the deal differently in the future.
This will be a great opportunity to work on deals that you are having a hard time structuring or maybe even dead leads that can be resurrected. Bring info on your leads such as ARV, condition of the property, amount owed, monthly payment etc. The more info the better the offers!
Don't miss out on this unbelievable opportunity to close out 2019 on a high note!
When: Thursday December 12th 2019
Where: MiMi's Cafe (5223 South State Street, Murray Utah 84107)
Time: 7:00 PM (Get there early as we only have room for 50 guests)
Questions: Give Rebecca Jensen a call 801-865-4167 or email [email protected]
AS A REMINDER PLEASE GET THERE EARLY AS WE HAVE BEEN AT FULL CAPACITY THE LAST SEVERAL MONTHS. PLEASE BE GOOD TO OUR SERVERS AS THEY LET US MEETUP FOR FREE. TIP AND ORDER FOOD AND DRINK! THANK YOU!
Updated about 1 year ago
See you tonight! We start at 7:00 but get there early to get a good seat!
I am looking forward to the Meetup. I was curious if you are taking requests for specific deals to analyze at the Meetup before hand. If so, I have a very unique one that is so intriguing to me that I want to find the best scenario for it and make the offer (if there is value).
Basically a .48 acre lot in Clearfield with two houses on it (3/2 and 2/1) there are tenants paying 850.00 and 650.00 respectively, and the houses and property are in very bad shape. Comps are difficult to pull but I've gotten ones the range from 269-289. Listed 270,000.00, owner asking 250,000.00 (negotiable). Cash or hard money only (these would not qualify for FHA). (Refuses to do any type of seller financing).
City planner says that because this is "grandfathered in", an investor could tear down the small house (bungalow) and build a SFH behind and still keep the zoning. If that works, the larger house can be tore out after and another house can be built.
I'm stuck because of the unknowns. Would a property developer see the value in investing in this? Is this even something I should be interested in, with as new as I am to wholesaling?
I hear good things are happening 💪🏻... keep it up!
@Justin Morgan , Thanks! We try!