Most real estate investors choose to work with a Realtor® who handles the negotiation process for them. However, if you’re one of the REIs who likes to call sellers and establish a relationship without using a real estate agent, here are five questions you need to ask property owners to begin negotiations. 5 Questions to Ask Sellers How long have you lived in the home? This is generally just a good icebreaker. How do you like this neighborhood? This is a great way to get a better feel for the community, and it’s another way to encourage the seller to give
As an investor, you know how important it is to have a team of professionals by your side. But how, exactly, do you find a Realtor® who understands how to sell investment properties and who can market aggressively to get yours sold? How to Interview Top Producer Real Estate Agents Let’s face it: Top producers aren’t sitting around waiting for you to call and interview them. They’re also not likely to chase your business. They’re top producers for a reason, and that means if you want to work with them, you’ll have to make some time to conduct some interviews.
If you’re considering buying a home to fix and flip, the time to calculate fair market value is before you make the purchase. Even if you think it will be the deal of the century, the price you pay for the home now doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with its fair market value. The real estate market is constantly moving, and what’s high today could be low tomorrow. It usually doesn’t happen that quickly, but you’ll need to be aware that even a month or two can make a huge difference. Calculating Fair Market Value Calculating fair market value is
If you're like many REIs who don't work with Realtors(R), one of the biggest challenges in selling your investment properties is coming up with all the right words to describe what you know is a great deal. Where do you even begin? How to Write an Amazing Ad to Sell Your Investment Property While there are many benefits to working with a talented Realtor (including the fact that your agent will write the ads for your property), some REIs choose to FSBO their investments. If you're one of them, here's what you need to know about creating the perfect