My team and I closed on 101,000 of Wholesale deals just this week! I don’t tell you this to impress you but to press upon you the opportunity that real Estate Investing particularly Wholesaling and Flipping can do for your life! I’ve been an Entrepreneur my whole life and have started a lot of businesses and this by far is the best business model I know of because of the lack of capital needed to start it, you don’t have to have an office to do it, the amount of risk is minimal especially when you are Wholesaling.The scaleability of the business is HUGE. All you need is a cell phone some marketing dollars and a whole lot of Hustle! Let me help you Skill Up at ChrisRood.com so you can help your family live a better life. You deserve it. #realestateentrepreneur#realestate#realestateinvestor#realestatelife#wholesaling#wholesalingrealestate#flipping#wholetailing#mobilehomeparkinvestor
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Another closing... She was tired of repairs and bad tenants, so glad we could help her out!
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10 5714 March, 2019
Looking for cash buyers....Do you OR someone you know buys investment properties using CASH-hard money-private lenders? Dm me...lets talk
We're talking #Goals 🤩... The new year is all about starting off fresh with new goals. 🌟 This episode, Brian and John discuss their career goals of 2019 for the company and growing even stronger relationships with their clients and employees.
“The dreaded Housing Bubble isn’t poised to pop. There are simply more homes for sale now and fewer buyers vying for them. In other words, the market is returning to some semblance of reality.” - Realtor.com
So why are these housing markets slowing down? Here’s 4 reasons why:
1. Mortgage rate increases are sidelining buyers.
Here's what's going on: Mortgage interest rates went up from 3.90% a year ago to 4.81% as of last week. That seemingly small 0.91% increase made mortgage payments $127 a month more expensive on median-priced homes of $295,000. It adds extra payments totaling $45,540 over the life of a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage, assuming that the buyers put 20% down. And of course, the more expensive the property, the more new homeowners will be forking over.
These increases are forcing some buyers to purchase cheaper, smaller homes and fixer-uppers in less sought-after locales. And it's led many aspiring homeowners to go into standby mode—waiting to see whether prices will drop to make the whole thing more financially viable.
2. Prices just got too damn high.
"To some degree, the markets that went up the most and the fastest just pushed too hard in prices," says Patrick Carlisle, chief market analyst for Silicon Valley & the Bay Area at the real estate company Compass. "Over the summer, it was like something cracked, and people said 'I can't do this anymore.'"
3. Sellers want to cash in while they can—leading to more homes for sale.
More and more homeowners, fearing that the real estate market has reached its peak, are champing at the bit to sell. And that has led to a relative glut of available homes—more than even the hottest markets can easily absorb.
4. New construction booms benefit buyers—but slow down sales.
New construction in certain markets has given buyers more options—but developers may have overshot their goals, often to accommodate corporate growth. Just look at Nashville, TN, where a new Amazon center is slated for location, and Dallas, which has added more than 500,000 jobs in the last decade. About 1/3rd of Nashville-area home listings on realtor.com® & a quarter of Dallas-area listings are for brand-new homes.
I’ve been busy out of town with Boardroom. About to get back on the grind and knock out some more content.
We are brainstorming new video ideas. Tell me what you guys want to learn about first.
1-The best way to find private lenders in your area.
2-What’s the difference between wholesaling real estate and wholetailing?