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How to Underwrite a 3.5 Million Dollar Deal

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Real Estate is about commitment. When you’re picking your spouse, you have to ask yourself if you want to be with that person for the rest of your life. You’ve got to be invested in the deal. You have to KNOW if you want to be invested in the neighborhood, whether you like the area, what rents are going for, and if they can be improved. Don’t go less than 16 units—that’s the rock-bottom number. Anything less, like 4 units, will be the first to get crushed in economic downturns.

Here a quick real estate checklist:

Do you want It?
WIll it support you with Cash FLow?
Can you exit with profit?

When you look at the NOI, you have to decide what you’re willing to chase. You need to look at deals that produce enough income.

Do you know what a 1031 exchange is?

It’s when you roll the profits of a deal (when you sell it) into a another deal. This allows you to defer paying taxes. Usually, you’d have to pay taxes on any capital gains that you make when you sell a property. Instead of paying it, you can roll that money into another deal. This is the way the wealthy trade up their deals and delay paying taxes. For more go over to http://www.cardonecapital.com

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