Real Estate Investing: Setting up Your Wholesaling Business-Estimating Repairs

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Michigan Institute of Real Estate - Livonia

17177 N Laurel Park Dr #101 · Livonia, MI

How to find us

Just outside Laurel Park Mall (I-275 & 6 Mile in Livonia)

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Details

NOTE: This is a paid event
$25 (Discount for Cash: $20)

On Wednesday, March 14, 2018, we will present the following:
--Overview of Real Estate Wholesaling
--How to Structure your LLC
--5 Keys for Getting into the Business
--Where to find Buyers and Seller
--Setting up Your Business Properly for Real Estate Investing
--Having the Right Forms
--The Art of Putting Together a Deal
--How to Estimating Repair Cost
--Determining After Repair Value (ARV)

A lot of books and programs present real estate investing as being easy. It might not be as hard as some people make it, but there are some things seasoned professionals suggest to beginning real estate investors.

Real estate investing is not something you throw some money at and hope for the best. The most successful real estate investors treat it like a business, which it is. We will give you some tips to help you get started the right way. You need to protect yourself, and you need to know how.

We will even share forms we use with people who attend.

Also, how do you know whether you have a good deal? Yes, it’s for sale, but is it really a good investment?

It’s important to be able to effectively estimate the repair costs and the market value after repairs (After Repair Value - ARV). We will provide you with some tips on how to do these things.

Bring your questions!!!

Learn all of this and come network!

Topic: Setting up Your Wholesaling Business-Estimating Repairs
Speaker: R. Maupin
Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: Michigan Institute of Real Estate (Livonia Location)
Address: 17177 N. Laurel Park Drive #101, Livonia, MI 48152
Cost: $25 (Discount for Cash: $20)

For more information, call Mark Maupin at (248)[masked] or send an email at [masked] .

Disclaimer: Real estate investing by nature is risky. You can win, lose or break even. We cannot guarantee a profit or loss. We do not provide legal, accounting or contracting advice