Licensee Investors, Listen Up – How Not to Handle a Deal

Agent, Boston, Investing, Rehab, Wholesaling on June 2nd, 2015 Comments Off on Licensee Investors, Listen Up – How Not to Handle a Deal

Sometimes it is difficult being both a licensed real estate agent, as well as a potential buyer / investor for certain properties. One of my consulting clients who recently was undergoing classes to obtain his real estate license, shared with me a case study that’s in his study materials, of a listing agent who was […]

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Ask Nick: What to Do at the First Meeting with a Seller?

Boston, Coaching, Deal, Wholesaling on December 17th, 2014 Comments Off on Ask Nick: What to Do at the First Meeting with a Seller?

If you’re new in the business, you are probably nervous about your first seller phone call, and eventually your first seller visit.  Hopefully this post clarifies what your goals are on each.   Before talking to you, I wasn’t sure about the effectiveness of the direct mail. You convinced me to continue the process. Today […]

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Off- Market Wholesale Deal Available: Condo in North Andover

Investing on September 12th, 2014 Comments Off on Off- Market Wholesale Deal Available: Condo in North Andover

  GREAT location!! Condo unit at professionally managed Heritage Green Condominiums. General Details: Top Floor, Corner Unit 850 sqft 2 Bed / 1 Bath     UPDATE:  NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Our team is rehabbing it – stay tuned for this to hit the retail market, but also stay tuned for other off-market wholesale deals!

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Wholesale Updates: 2-Family in Lowell SOLD!

Investing on August 18th, 2014 Comments Off on Wholesale Updates: 2-Family in Lowell SOLD!

This year, we wholesaled three rehab projects–2 due to holding too many projects.  The most recent wholesale was a great deal that happened to fall outside our business plan: a 2-family buy & hold in Lowell, MA.  Luckily, we were able to sell the property to a local landlord for full asking and it closed […]

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Ask Nick: “How to Make Adjustments for Comps”

Investing on November 21st, 2013 Comments Off on Ask Nick: “How to Make Adjustments for Comps”

Hi Nick, I went back to the Dealflow guide, watched the video on running comps and I have a quick question on how to make adjustments when running Comps.  So my questions are: 1. What should I take in consideration when doing adjustment? 2. What the formula to come with average amount to add or […]

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Incredible Wholesale Deal!

Investing on April 1st, 2013 No Comments

Single Family Home in Lexington, MA 3800 square feet 4 Beds / 3 Baths / 3 Car Garage 1 Acre ARV:  $769,000 Only needs: Paint Carpet Refinish Hardwood Electric Devices Kitchen & Bath Upgraded Electrical Panel 2 Furnaces / 2 Central  A/C Condensers w/lines Ductwork throughout HW tank All new Electrical & Plumbing Systems Why […]

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AARE’s Rockin’ Rehab Road Trip Highlights

Seminars on December 11th, 2012 No Comments

Last month, we held our second Rehab Road Trip where Nick takes a very small group around to three different potential projects to perform rehab analysis.  The goal of this hands-on workshop is by the end of the day Along with finding the ARV, being able to properly estimate a rehab budget is vital to every […]

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Oct 31st: “Sharpening Your Rehab Estimates” at South Shore REIA

Seminars on October 22nd, 2012 No Comments

REHABBERS… Make accurate offers with confidence! WHOLESALERS… Get your deals sold without having to go back to your sellers! PROPERTY OWNERS… Protect your cashflow! Whether you are a rehabber, wholesaler, or property owner, your repair estimate can make or break a deal.  Performing due diligence and finding accurate rehab costs are vital to your analysis process. Next Wednesday, […]

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Ask Nick: Are LLC’s Necessary to Invest?

Business on November 9th, 2011 No Comments

Nick, What’s the purpose of the LLC?   Is it required legally?  Or is it okay to work on getting one while I first work on getting some deals under my belt? Good question! Your LLC is NOT legally required, but recommended… and no, you do NOT need it to start.  An LLC costs around $230 […]

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What a Great Response from Our Final Wholesaling Workshop!

Seminars on October 18th, 2011 No Comments

A few weeks ago, Nick held his last All-Day Intensive Wholesaling for Profit Workshop.  Since it was all the way up in South Portland, Maine, we figured that only a handful of people would attend.  Boy, were we wrong. The classroom was at capacity, forcing us to even turn away a couple people hoping to […]

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