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How To Make A Real Estate Offer That Gets Accepted At First Glance

The real estate market today is super competitive and making a real estate offer that sellers accept at first glance is not as easy.

real estate offerIf you are in the business of flipping houses, then you probably know by now that the best deals go very quickly. The only way you will be able to succeed in this business is by making a real estate offer that stands out from the crowd. The goal is to make an offer that will make a seller jump at it without hesitation.

For starters, each house has a story behind it and a reason why it’s on sale. Every seller is different so you cannot use a blanket approach. Cater your offers to suit specific situations. The more information you can collect about a dealer, the better. To make things a little easier for you, here are five ways that you can make a real estate offer that sticks. Remember that not all these five points will apply to your particular situation so it’s up to you to do some digging around and find what suits you.

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An Inside Look At My House Flip In Hanover, Massachusetts


For the past 1.5 years I have been sharing videos of my house flips as part of our Education packages. Today I would like to show you some of these videos, and in particular, provide you with an inside look at a house I successfully flipped in Hanover, Massachusetts.

This Massachusetts flip was unique because we found the deal through social media. The floor plan we chose was also quite creative and the way we managed contractors was new but worked. I'll explain the details below.

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Rules For House Flipping You Should Never Think Of Breaking

At one time or another, every real estate investor has broken at least one house flipping rule. Unfortunately, breaking any rules for house flipping has never made a deal go as smoothly as expected.

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There are tons of rules that can real estate investors break including using eraser math, not adhering to the 70% rule or being dishonest.

We advise that you do not break any rules but the 70% rule can be broken under special circumstances.

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