Making an appropriate offer is one of the most critical pieces of flipping real estate. However, if you’re new to the game, it can be difficult to properly estimate how much money you’ll need to spend on repairs while still turning a profit.
In part four of our Flipping Mastery Series, Jerry Norton is back to take the guesswork out of making an offer on a fix and flip deal. You’ll learn Jerry’s foolproof formula, how to calculate rehab prices, and the biggest mistake you could make while making an offer.
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