I have seen a great deal of real estate that appeared great in writing, but where real lemons that investors or home buyers lost a whole bundle on. 1. Whenever your taking a look at a home and the wholesaler or agent is pressuring you to buy it now before another person does, it might be one to walk away from.
I see this a lot with wholesale properties and no disclosures or documentation from the prior owners. This may really lead to costing a whole lot of money and not getting a come back. A whole lot of beginners in real estate do that, and think there are deals that can be found that nobody else knows about. They hear this in a complete lot of seminars with hundreds of people also listening. I wonder how many people really know it? 2. Investing in a home as is rather than having it inspected or at least looked at by a tuned eye.
We experienced a home under recently that appeared nice and a good deal. Whenever we took a closer look I noticed an presssing issue with the drain. I called my professional plumber who came out and inspected it. He called me to see me that people would need to dig up the basement and replace the drain line. That cost hundreds and lots of time to do. We offered the deal.
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- Dundee REIT (D.UN) – $ 16.61
- 8 years back from Philadelphia
3. Not examining the areas and find out what type of business’s is there, restaurants, and amenities. These needs to be very to your property you are looking at close. Make sure the amenities are to your requirements up. 4. Checking the price of rehab and getting the price of the rehab.
Looked at a property for a client that was buying from a wholesaler. The client has been distributed by The wholesaler bad figures on the rehab. We informed that the home was going to cost at least double the original quote. My client ask the wholesaler to guarantee their rehab price, since they has a contracting company.
The wholesaler would not take action and did not sale my customer the home. 5. Not having a good team around you or boots on the ground. That is very important to any investors or home customers success. You will need professionals around you to help ensure that your investment or purchase goes smoothly.