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"I will show you how to create wealth through conventional and creative real estate investing while improving your financial education so you will have the option to realistically retire in the next ten years, or less… and enjoy the good life while you’re still young enough to do so." -Matt Theriault

Sep 11, 2014

There are three major considerations every wise investor should evaluate when structuring their deals.  First, what are your buyers looking for?  Can this deal meet the needs of other investors in your network?  Second, what is hot in your market right now?  Will this deal be easy to sell based on current market conditions? 

The third, and perhaps most important consideration is often overlooked by real estate gurus.  But the savvy investor will always use it as a litmus test for determining how to structure their deals.  If your deals consistently meet this third standard, you can eliminate a significant amount of risk from your investing business! 


As a relatively new wholesaler, I have a question regarding how to structure my offers.  How will my offer to the seller differ when I intend on selling to a buy and hold investor versus a fix and flip investor?

- Mike Samaniego of San Diego, California


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