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Breaking Down the Deal

In this Show

Real estate is real, but is it real good or is it real bad? Grant looked at product for 3 years before ever buying and he encourages you to walk many properties in order to get a real good deal. You must know what you are doing. If you aren’t obsessed with real estate, you shouldn’t be in it. Grant breaks down a deal in this episode and shows you what is good about it, but also what concerns him. He shows that you can borrow money at 4% on a deal with an 8.3% CAP—and get paid 4.3% just by getting a loan. But Grant reminds viewers you don’t have to go small, ride with someone who is going big. When you look at a deal look at two things—the subjective and the objective side. The subjective is how the deal feels. The objective is how the numbers fit. If you have a deal you want Grant to look at, email Ryan@Cardoneaquisitions.com

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