Real estate pricing and marketing can be a daunting task for both wholesalers, rehabbers, and agents. To know the right offer can be a haggle. To be able to sell your deal quickly can also be very challenging. And finally to get paid for your project much quicker… well you know how the story ends sometimes.
Real Estate Pricing And Marketing: Know Your Numbers
My goal has always been to find ways to make things much simpler and faster for people so that people can concentrate on closing deals and making money. Couple of friends and clients I have come across still do really struggle with juggling numbers from deal to deal and numbers matters in every deal you are making. It doesn’t matter if you are selling, buying, rehabbing, renting, or wholesaling. You should know your numbers and get it right. Without which things will start falling apart and if it does, the center can no longer hold. The snowball effect ranges from you losing out on a good deal, or you may not be able to find the right margin as leverage. Or even you may lose out on a good rehab deal or wholesale contract. Hence know your numbers.
Finding The Right Real Estate Pricing And Marketing Software For Your Business
You don’t have to be a mathematician to find and know your numbers. There are thousands of apps and software out there that can help you with a certain degree of number crunching. But the question is:
How to do you know the real deal from the fake?
How do you choose the right software that meets your business needs?
How do you understand the need of your business so that you can be able to match it with the right software?
All these questions will remain unsolved if you do not know what software suits your business. A single mix up may end up producing the wrong information which can destroy your business.
For example, a rehabber, wholesalers, brokers, agents and commercial real estate investors and developers may use the same or different software, These, in particular, may yield different results to different users depending on what the intended use is for. Some software is tailored to serve a combination of users while some are designed to serve only one type of market.
Another example is the rental sector in the real estate investing industry. Any software designed to target rental market will be super beneficial to every landlord, house or property owners who relied more on rental income instead of house flipping.
So there you have it. I hope the above break down helps you understand how to find the right software that suits your real estate business needs.
In my experience, I came across this free software that you can not only do your property valuation but also rehabilitation, analysis, and close deal much faster. The software can go further in helping you find buyers, or sellers near you and also find lenders and get funding for your project. You can easily create a killer and convincing presentation for your lenders and partners, create flyers and send out emails to your potential buyers and get them emailing or calling you in no time.
A colleague told me about this tool, actually it is free software and now I am sharing it with you. It is definitely the best thing that happens when analyzing incoming deals for lenders.
You can thank me later.