Hey @Matt Pierce . You really can't force a deal when there isn't one. He wants $100k over comps so it doesn't sound like he's motivated in anyway that would lead him to want to sell his property to you at a discount. This is assuming that your goal is to wholesale this. Wish you the best of luck brother!
I'll sell you all my real estate for 25% over it's value too. As will his neighbors, and anyone else that you ask on this forum. Why haven't you moved on?
I'm sure you can figure out a way to profit from this particular asset...but so many other tactics will yield you more on the "house next door".
I've seen people make a living kicking dead horses, to my eyes it's not worth their time however.
Tell the guy to save your number if he changes his mind, and check back with him in a few months.....The market will educate him IF HE REALLY WANTS TO SELL.
I mean I'm sure there are stories out there where people have somehow managed to bring someone from that kind of asking price down to an offer that actually makes sense but I think your time will be better spent invested in trying to find other motivated sellers. Keep him in your back pocket and reach out to him every other month or so just to follow up and see if his mind has changed.
@Gabriel De Almeida We probably had the same idea at the same time, but i type 120 WPM so i got it on here faster :) So you get half credit for that one...lol
@Leigh C BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! Fine! :)
@Zaida M Santiago Check out Larry Riefberg out of Danbury.