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Although it’s one of the smallest states in the nation at just over 9,300 square miles, like its immediate neighbors Vermont and Maine, New Hampshire is a beautiful and visually striking place nestled in the heart of New England.
If you’re thinking about real estate wholesaling in New Hampshire, we’ve got some important information you’ll want to know.
We talk a lot about wholesaling & flipping properties from the MLS...
But not let's forget that the reason WHY we wholesale & flip property from the MLS is so we can reinvest the profits we make back into rental property!
This way, we're always building wealth!
As we speak, we currently have about $3mm worth of rental property under renovation :)
And guess how we acquired these rental properties?
...we acquired them from the MLS! ;)
The MLS Offer System we've been refining & using for the last decade isn't just for wholesaling & flipping - it's also for buying rental property with great returns!
Case in point: Here's Lisa in Houston, Texas. She enrolled in the Pro Wholesaler VIP Program in order to get access to our World-Class Coaching & Training on our proven MLS Offer System.
See, Lisa didn't want to have to reinvent the wheel. She wanted to be able to join a program with proven systems so that she could hit the ground running and...
These days, one of the many challenges faced by real estate professionals is finding high-quality leads. More often than not, they have to painstakingly and manually sort through every real estate listing, only to get a refurbished list of unmotivated sellers and buyers.
If you have been in the industry for a considerable amount of time, you can attest that having a reliable lead source can help you secure and efficiently close deals that can scale your real estate company.
If you tend to heavily rely on direct mail lists, you may already have heard of ListSource. ListSource is a popular real estate platform that industry professionals have been utilizing to create accurate and highly targeted mailing lists.
Real estate wholesaling has made investment headlines lately. While it is not a new real estate investment strategy, its recent popularity can be attributed to some of the benefits it offers real estate investors. Here are the impressive benefits available to consider for both investors and wholesalers –
Real estate agents and licensees often voice their concern that...
Real estate wholesaling is a real estate investing technique in which real estate investors begin by entering into a legally enforceable contract of sale to buy real property (rental property, investment property, or otherwise). The rights awarded by the executed contract (through the Doctrine of Equitable Conversion) are then sold to another buyer (often called an end buyer or a cash buyer).
The Doctrine of Equitable Conversion legally determines how a property’s ‘equitable title’ is modified when a contract is fully executed. When executed, the buyer receives equitable interest in the property. In contrast, the seller’s interests at this time convert to personal property, with a primary function to act as security until closing.
The property’s ownership hits a gray-legal area when a purchase agreement is fully executed. At this time, the ownership of the property is shared among the seller and the buyer in accordance with the rules...
The technique known as real estate wholesaling has become a mainstream real estate investment trend recently. Although certainly not a new investment strategy, wholesaling real estate deals has risen in popularity primarily driven by a real estate market appreciating at unprecedented levels – while laughing in the face of a pandemic, a global event once anticipated to hit the world economy meteorically negatively.
A real estate wholesaler essentially acts as a middleman, which is hardly a radical idea when one considers the latitude of permittable actions within the worlds of capitalism and big biz. The process, in theory, is simple. A wholesaler finds an available property for sale (be it a rental property or not), usually priced below market value, and enters into a contract of sale to purchase the property from the homeowners. The reduced price is key, so it helps to understand that these available deals are often distressed properties or those available due to a seller...
Meet Peter Soros - One of our star students who is a Pro Wholesaler & Real Estate Investor located in San Diego, California!
Peter enrolled in the Pro Wholesaler VIP Program to close more deals without having to spend money on marketing (just like this one)!
Come hear how Peter made a total profit of $70K with his business partner by closing their first wholetail deal from the MLS!
Hope you enjoy Peter's deal review and how the Pro Wholesaler VIP Program helped him build up the confidence to do it!
Want to learn more about the Pro Wholesaler VIP Program? Check out our free training here which covers the Pro Wholesaler VIP Program in detail!
Here's Peter's $35k check (his half of the $70k) that he shared with our Pro Wholesaler VIP Community!
Alex Martinez (00:00):
Hey, everyone. It's Alex Martinez with Real Estate Skills and we teach people how to wholesale and flip houses across...
Real estate wholesaling has recently become a popular investment technique. However, its machinations are nothing new and legal if the real estate wholesaler stays within the legal limits set forth by the state of Washington. Wholesaling real estate in Washington has these advantages -
Are you curious to know if and how you can wholesale properties in Kentucky? Are you new to real estate investing and considering it as a career?
If this sounds like you, read on! We've got a lot of the answers you're looking for.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky is home to about 4.5 million people. More than a quarter of Kentucky's population lives in Jefferson, Fayette, and Kenton counties.
Seven other states...
Real estate wholesaling is an investment technique that has recently become quite popular because –
With its rise in popularity, opponents have voiced concern, contending that real estate wholesalers are violating license law by performing actions that rise to a level that requires a Massachusetts real estate license.
This is simply not true. Wholesaling principles are present throughout a competitive marketplace, seen even in the local lemonade stand run by the neighbor’s kid. Wholesaling real...