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When Does A Deal Go Bad? – Real Estate Investing Made Simple with Grant Cardone

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How does a deal go from a good deal to a bad deal? Are you doing the wrong math, did you forget to include an expense… what is it? Tune into today’s episode of Real Estate Investing Made Simple to learn when it’s time to retreat and sell a deal you once thought would have worked out differently. Don’t be surprised by the ups and downs of real estate just be ready to ride the wave. Learn how to do just that by watching this episode in its entirety.

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