New and seasoned real estate investors recognize the value in the adage to “buy low and sell high,” but in wholesaling it is a fool’s bargain. Real estate wholesaling expert Ron LeGrand explains the reason in his revolutionary training course that turns house flippers into well-informed property wholesalers.
Real estate wholesaling is only slightly similar to the practice of “flipping”
Pricing. Offering a seller the smallest possible sum is the key to profits, but how will the real estate wholesaler find out how low is too low? Local comps tells part of the story, but LeGrand offers additional insights that help professionals find third-party clues to a seller’s urgency to sell at any price.
Selling. To make money in real estate wholesaling, the professional must buy low and sell low. The spread makes the difference and is controlled by pricing the property in the right way. Just as pricing real estate is an art, there are some tricks to selling the property to an investor or rehabber at an irresistible price.
Clientele. Flipping houses required hands-on action. The flipper was part real estate buyer and part rehabber. Wholesaling real estate is much less hands-on and a lot more client-focused. Properties may be bought and sold, sight unseen. A lot of time is spent on cultivating investor and rehabber contacts. Learning how to break into the business is just as important as discovering how to grow the client contact list to twice its size.
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