2nd BRRRR in New Jersey

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BP community,

Just received appraisal back on my 2nd Brrrr. House appraised for $150,000. We are all in for $60,000.

Simple question. What would you do? A or B?

A. Cash out refi my all in cost ($60,000) and cash flow more per month

B. Cash out refi 75% of the ARV ($112,500) and cash flow less per month (vs just taking out what we have in). This would give us more cash to make next move with.

I understand that both A and B are solid answers, but curious to see what the majority of BP would do.

Thanks in advance!!!!!

Think like this - compare 3x the cash flow from option B to 2x the cash flow from option A.

Option B gives you back almost 2x the 60k invested, so you could have 3 properties cash flowing versus 2 properties cash flowing from Option A (however with a higher cash flow).

But at the end, the beauty of BRRRR is the last R. So I would probably go with option B. Imagine how you can scale your business from having 2 more properties to Cash out Refi later, and considering the same numbers that would give you 240k to rinse and repeat again.

That’s how I see it!

Originally posted by @Stefano Grottoli :

Think like this - compare 3x the cash flow from option B to 2x the cash flow from option A.

Option B gives you back almost 2x the 60k invested, so you could have 3 properties cash flowing versus 2 properties cash flowing from Option A (however with a higher cash flow).

But at the end, the beauty of BRRRR is the last R. So I would probably go with option B. Imagine how you can scale your business from having 2 more properties to Cash out Refi later, and considering the same numbers that would give you 240k to rinse and repeat again.

That’s how I see it!

WELL said. Thank you!!!

i recently ended my W2 job, can you cash out refi w banks without a job? I hear they give asset based loans too. id refi my primary condo residence