House Flipping Formula – Run the Numbers – Profit in Quick Cash Investing for Beginners

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In this video I go through the house flipping formula that I go through to build in profit for me and the investor that I am going to wholesale the deal to. If you are a beginner in real estate investing and want to start flipping houses for profit and need to know how to run the numbers on your deals you came across the right video.

In less than 10 minutes you will be up and running numbers on properties that you can flip. Save yourself time and agony of trying to figure the house flipping business out and watch this video for the clear cut formula of how to run the numbers.

I will also show you in this video what to offer when you have your maximum allowable offer. Ever wondered where you should start the negotiation? How much should you “low ball” the seller? In this video I’ll teach you what things to take into consideration.

If there was a class house flipping 101 this would be one concept that you would need to master.

Here are the basic rules covered in this training video:

1. What Information You Need to Make Offers on Real Estate
2. Even If You Don’t Have Experience Rehabbing Property Know How To Get The Rehab.
3. How To Start The Negotiation Depending on The Property Situation.

Don’t forget to watch the video to find out more about these rules and how to profit flipping houses.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I'm a general contractor, my thought is if it would be a good idea if my wife or myself should get a Realtors license? would that help us out saving money when reselling ?

  2. In most cases, hard money lenders only loan up to 70% of the ARV. You should also take that into consideration when running the numbers.

  3. Don't you need to know the equity on the property as well? How do you figure that into your formula?What if the seller still owes $70k in your example?

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