Is this normal? Do I try to make sure the seller is also there? I had planned on a double close. The seller/investor, I imagine, could easily ask the other one when they meet & find out but this seems more of a hassle because its one more trip, one more step in the process. Not sure if it's standard practice or not.
It depends on the investor but most do, the seller does not need to be present though in most situations
Got it. Is it risky to let the investor see it when you havent yet come to an agreed upon price with the owner or fiduciary? I am experiencing difficulty in this area, as I am off on my ARV's & would need the investor's insight to make a more precise offer to the seller
@Marcus L Roberson no in fact it would probably be a good thing if you are unsure on the numbers, you'll probably make less but you'll make something if it is a good deal.
Originally posted by @Jorge De Jesus :
@Marcus L Roberson Based on A couple of your posts seems like you have a few basics to knock out, I’d be more than happy to answer any and all questions. Message me
Very grateful, pm'd you