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Four Ways to Get Confidence in Your Deals – Real Estate Investing Made Simple with Grant Cardone

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How do you become confident in the deal you’re picking? How do you know a deal is a good deal? I’ll give you four ways to get confidence to know your deal is a good deal to invest in.

Four things you need to know to get confidence to do the deal:

1. Look at lots of deals
2. Know the numbers
3. You need a team
4. Do your due diligence

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