What Is Loan To Value After Repair Value (ARV)?

Purchasing homes to renovate and flip is a common real estate investment strategy. So, too, is home buyers purchasing an inexpensive property that needs some rehab or customization, or even a mortgage refinance when your existing property needs renovations. However, just because you have the desire to purchase a home and then renovate it does

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How Real Estate Investors Should Research Local Comps for ARV

Investors must have fair and accurate comps to determine the after repair value (ARV). You’re dealing with two different processes here that blend together. First is the combined total of the purchase price plus the cost of repairs (don’t forget holding costs). This is the minimum of what you’ll have invested in the house after

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How Real Estate Investors Research Local Comps for ARV

Investors must have fair and accurate comps to determine the after repair value (ARV). You’re actually dealing with two different processes here that blend together.

A 158 Day Profit

Rehabing and flipping houses is a business. As a business, you need a process that you follow. One of the most important parts of the process is having a schedule that you expect to be followed. The Flipping Time Line Rehabbing and flipping is the process of buying a property below value, making improvements, and

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How To Calculate Rehab Costs

Have you taken the time to accurately determine your real cost to acquire, rehab, and sell a project home? It’s incredibly important to do this so that you can determine the Maximum Allowable Offer (MAO) for an investment project. Your MAO is based on a formula you use to determine the profit you will make.

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Property Flipping, And The Fundamentals That Make It Work

There are two sides to the word “flipping”. One is legal, and a great business model when done correctly. The other is an erroneous application of the word “flipping” in cases where someone uses illegal tactics such as mortgage fraud, secret cash incentives or misrepresentation of some material fact.

Understanding Real Estate Investing Formulas: Quick Turn – Quick Flip – Wholesaling

Every real estate investing strategy has some type of formula that is used by professional investors to help them quickly qualify a particular property. These formulas are often tweaked by the investor to suit their specific needs, and the formula is also influenced by the prevailing market fundamentals, as well as the choice of exit strategy.

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