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Walking You Through the Deal

In this Show

Grant Cardone and Captain Ryan bring you a new edition of the Real Estate Show each Monday, again demonstrating that the best real estate always has multiple doors.

Today Grant walks you through one of his deals that he purchased in 2014. The building consists of 104 units, typically smaller than what Grant purchases but it is in an area where he already has many apartments.

Grant gives all the numbers in this deal, explains a bridge loan, why you should partner with someone, how to properly use Loopnet.com, and the need to scale out and don’t make the mistake of buying single family home. It’s the same energy to go big as it does to go small! Get the real deal on real estate each Monday as Grant will take your questions and give you all the details of his deals.

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