House Flipping Spreadsheet – Enterprise Version

House Flipping Spreadsheet – Enterprise Version

House Flipping Spreadsheet - Enterprise Version

  • Quickly calculate repair costs, analyze deals and streamline your rehabbing business!
  • Estimate repair costs using our Repair Cost Estimator with 300+ work items and unit costs.
  • Analyze the maximum purchase price you can offer for a property.
  • Project Management & Accounting for managing projects and tracking expenses.
  • 28 great reporting options: Investment Reports, Rehab Checklists, Expense Reports, Final Profit Statements

The House Flipping Spreadsheet is a powerful Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that can be used by rehabbers and investors to analyze deals and streamline the management of their rehabbing business. The Remodel Cost Estimator is one of the most comprehensive and powerful cost estimating spreadsheets on the market. With a database of over 300+ work items and unit costs, you will be able to create detailed and accurate repair cost estimates in a matter of minutes. The Rehab Analyzer gives you an executive dashboard to analyze fixed costs, repair costs, profitability to determine the Maximum Purchase Price you should offer for your next rehab property. Once you get a property under contract, use the Project Management and Accounting suite for managing your project teams, creating project budgets, tracking expenses and forecasting project profitability. There are also 28 professional reporting options that will help manage and streamline the rehabbing process: Inspection Checklists, Rehab Checklists, Investment Reports, Business Management Reports, Expense Reports, Profit Statements, and more!… The Enterprise Version includes the Business Package which comes with Business Planning Tools/Templates, Lead & Marketing Tracking, Portfolio Management Tools/Templates & Contract Agreements!

List Price: $ 367.00

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Making Millions Through House Flipping (and Losing It All) | Real Estate Business Strategies

Making Millions Through House Flipping

Making Millions Through House Flipping (and Losing It All) | Real Estate Business Strategies

Shownotes: http://www.biggerpockets.com/renewsblog/2013/01/17/losing-millions-house-flipping-podcast/

Today we’re excited to announce the launch of the brand new BiggerPockets Podcast! Each week, we will be bringing you incredible real estate investing tips, training, and interviews with actual investors who are in the field, making it happen.

Last week, Marty Boardman wrote a killer post for the BiggerPockets blog called “How to Lose a Million Dollars in Real Estate: A Step by Step Guide” which was an instant hit among BiggerPockets readers. We knew that Marty would make a great first guest on the new show.

Making Millions Through House Flipping

In This Week’s Podcast, We’ll Explore

How Marty Lost over 1,000,000 in the Real Estate Crash
The Best Advice Marty Ever Received about Real Estate Investing
How to Find Local Mentors to Teach, Train, and Bring You Under Their Wings
How to Quit Your Job and Become a Full Time Real Estate Investor
Using The Four Flipping Boxes to Flip Houses
How to Raise Private Money for Your Real Estate Investing Deals
Why Wholesalers Do Not Need a Buyer’s List – and What They Do Need
The Four “Must Haves” in a Real Estate Partnership
How Marty Got a Book Deal for a new House Flipping Book
Marty’s Favorite Real Estate Investing Book

Making Millions Through House Flipping
Links from the Show:

Books Mentioned in the Show:

Fixing and Flipping Real Estate: Strategies for the Post-Boom Era
Rich Dad Poor Dad
Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant
The E-Myth Revisited
The Intelligent Investor – by Benjamin Graham
The Snowball: Warrent Buffet and the Business of Life

http://www.biggerpockets.com – Interview with buy and hold real estate investor Michael Zuber by Joshua Dorkin of BiggerPockets. The interview covers landlording, buying green houses – Monopoly style, 1031 exchanges, and why a supportive relationship with your spouse or partner is essential for success.
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Making Millions Through House Flipping (and Losing It All) | Real Estate Business Strategies

Buyer’s Contract & Earnest Money When Flipping Real Estate With No Cash or Credit

Earnest Money When Flipping Real Estate

Earnest Money When Flipping Real Estate

Buyer’s Contract & Earnest Money When Flipping Real Estate With No Cash or Credit

 

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Buyer’s Contract and Earnest Money from your buyer are explained in the above video.

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I will personally Teach & Mentor you on How to Flip Houses with no credit or cash. Enjoy the videos and audios of deals I’ve done and FREE REAL ESTATE INVESTING TIPS.

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Earnest Money When Flipping Real Estate

Minimizing Earnest Money For Wholesalers

 By James Orr  

Many real estate investors are attracted to the lure of no money down – to invest in real estate without risk, or without using any of their own money.

So if you are going to wholesale real estate deals to other investors, how do you actually accomplish that with no money down or at least none of your own money, when most sellers are going to want to get some earnest money? That’s what I will be covering in this article.

Without giving you legal advice or boring you with technical jargon, earnest money is money that you put up with a contract to purchase real estate to show the seller that you are serious about buying their house. Usually, if you fail to perform according to the contract (in most cases that means buy the house), the seller gets to keep the earnest money you put up with the contract.

Often real estate investors put up as little earnest money as possible. However, remember that larger earnest money deposits can show your level of seriousness to a seller, which could translate into the acceptance of your offer over similar offers accompanied by less earnest money.

So, when we are wholesaling real estate, how do we deal with earnest money?

First, when we are wholesaling a contract, I like to try to negotiate to have the earnest money due after the inspection period. By the end of the inspection period, we should have our investor buyer lined up and we will ask them to put up the earnest money to show that they are serious about closing the deal.

Second, how much should we put up as earnest money? In most cases, if you are buying, you are trying to put up as little as possible. If you are selling, you want the buyer to put up as much as possible. So, when we are wholesaling, we may try to negotiate the amount that the seller needs to the lowest possible. But, when we try to get our investor buyer to commit to buying, we’d like to get as much as possible to ensure that they will be closing.

As a final option, some investors even use promissory notes as earnest money. You should consult your legal adviser to determine the laws in your area about using this strategy.

James Orr is a professional real estate investor, marketing expert and founder of the LearnToBeRich.com on-line investment game.

He works with a network of real estate agents, brokers and real estate investors across the United States through the AnalyzedDeals.com [http://AnalyzedDeals.com] website.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/James_Orr/531093

 

Buyer’s Contract & Earnest Money When Flipping Real Estate With No Cash or Credit