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4 Key Things I Look for When Shopping Real Estate – Grant Cardone: I was just in 4 cities in under 24 hours, including Panama City and Orlando. While looking at over 2,000 units, I want to share with you what I look for.

1)You must feel good about the place—I’m talking about loving it, not just liking it.

2)The personnel must be right—What kind of management is in place?

3)The processes need to be right—I’m talking lease agreements, background checks, maintenance etc. being on point.

4)The product needs potential—Look at the price from the past and what you think it will be in the future. Do you see it increasing?

For more on investing in real estate and even riding with me on a deal, visit http://www.cardonecapital.com

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