How Much Should I Offer For This Property

Dated: January 11 2016

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It’s actually one of the most important questions you’ll have to answer as a real estate investor, and maybe you’ve already had the chance to wrestle with it first-hand. The question is this:

“HOW MUCH SHOULD I OFFER FOR THIS PROPERTY?”

As you can probably imagine, this is a very important question because your offer price has everythingto do with your ability (or inability) to make money on a real estate deal. With this in mind, I’d like to provide a bit of explanation on the basic math that I use to come up with an offer price for any given property.

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No matter how you slice it, your offer price (i.e. – the amount of your initial investment) is going to play a major role in the overall scope of any transaction. With the right number, you’ll have a grand slam deal on your hands. With the wrong number, you can lose yourself a lot of money in an instant.

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