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    Comments (35 comments so far)


    1. John

      Thanks!

      Please be assured your valuable info will be examined fully.

      Have a great day.

      John


    2. Atasha

      Many thanks for your awesome online presentation. Great information
      Atasha Murray
      Atlanta, GA


    3. melvin

      7-2-16 I HAVE A 12-UNIT MOBILE HOME PARK UNDER A PURCHASE AGREEMENT AND AM IN NEED OF EITHER AN INVESTOR OR A PARTNER TO CLOSE. I ONLY NEED $27,000 AND THE BUSINESS WILL BE PAID IN-FULL AT THE CLOSING. THIS PROPERTY HAS A GOOD CURRENT CASH FLOW AND INCLUDES MANY POSITIVE UP-DATES, SITTING ON 450+ FEET OF STATE HIGHWAY FRONTAGE INCLUDING 10.5 BEAUTIFUL ACRES FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT. THIS IS A SUPER OPPORTUNITY AND I HAVE A VERY SOLID BUSINESS PLAN TO BUILD RENTAL HOMES ON THIS PROPERTY. PLEASE CONTACT ME QUICKLY AS TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE TO CLOSE ON THIS 12-UNIT MOBILE HOME PARK WITH A TREMENDOUSLY HUGE FUTURE RETURN. THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION. SINCERELY, MELVIN JERRY 651-738-1355


    4. Craig

      Great presentation and content. Well worth the time. Thanks!


    5. jay patel

      Pretty informative. Than you so much Daniil! Is the software good for finding lots in Texas? Thanks


      • Korrie McKeen

        Hi Jay,

        We are glad you enjoyed the presentation! To answer your question, our software does not locate properties for you, it is essentially used to analyze potential deals and then create reports to wholesale the property or secure lenders. It has the option of either Fix & Flip OR Fix & Hold. These are for deals that use short-term financing or cash up front (less than 24 months). If you have any more questions, feel free to email our support at support@rehabvaluator.com. Thanks!


    6. Reginald Scarbrough

      Daniil, Do you have basements? Your thoughts on 10 feet foundations.

      Thank You,
      Reginald Scarbrough, Chicago, Illinois


      • Daniil

        I don’t build anything new with basements. For rentals, especially, here it wouldn’t make sense. I wouldn’t get much extra rent to offset the additional cost


    7. Andrew

      What are the criteria and metrics to look @ to see if building rentals is viable in my area? Also, is it recommended to have a business plan to give to a bank for funding?

      Thanks for all the great free info Danil!


      • Daniil

        Andrew,

        I’ve never presented an actual business plan to a bank, but it probably won’t hurt. As for the metrics, I discuss that in the video in detail, unless I’m missing something?


    8. Anandkumar Dahya

      how much plans and artutecks charges is it base on square footage ? and do the deal with city as far as zoning and construction


      • JacobC

        Hi Anandkumar,

        That is a very subjective question. Architect fees vary widely based on the cost of the project and what type of project it is. However, it’s usually a percentage of the construction cost. A very standard rate is 10% of the construction cost but it can vary from 5% to 20% depending on what is to be done.

        For construction permits and zoning issues all of those permits, applications, etc. have different fees from city to city. You’ll need to check with the municipality or county you live in to find out those costs.


    9. Lloyd

      Thanks, Daniil
      awesome presentation is this the same software that Viking Properties uses


      • JacobC

        Hi Lloyd,

        That’s not a company I’m familiar with so I couldn’t really say.


    10. robert kvalheim

      In financing what a about tile, appliances, etc…

    11. Thanks Daniil! great presentation


    12. Nunzio

      Great info Daniil as usual i am learning a great deal of info and with your software RV I will be doing projects in the future.


    13. George Wu

      Your ARV calculation doesnt make sense at 38 minutes. How an increase in cap rate decrease the ARV? it should be the opposite


      • Daniil

        George. Thanks for your comment, but you’re wrong. As the market cap rate for the property rises, it’s resale or market value decreases. Do some research to properly understand how cap rates work and you’ll see that I am right.

    14. Do you have a program looking for land, for some one to buy?


      • Daniil

        Howrd – are you asking if we have a course on buying land? Not at this time. Or am I misunderstanding your question?

    15. I have a home that will become available for purchase. The home is a bi-level and needs work. I was wondering if you had any thought on where to obtain funding besides banks. I have a good credit score of 760. Any help would be appreciated. My cell # 610-996-1940

      I have done a rough rehab cost and came up with $60,000. The comps in the area are around $240,000. I had mentioned to the owners son a tentative offer of $150,000.


    16. Robin Cozad

      What is a good bank to use?


      • StefanieK

        Hi Robin,

        Usually local credit unions are the way to go. They have more of an interest in investing in your local community.

    17. I did enjoy your presentation. Good stuff. Last place I built cost $65/ft.


      • StefanieK

        Thanks Phillip


    18. John

      The Stained floor is UGLY


      • Admin Admin

        To each their own, John. Many of our tenants love the look!


    19. John

      CANT BUILD FOR $75/ft IN SOUTH FLORIDA


      • Admin Admin

        I bet someone can…


    20. Glenna Bryant

      I was really enjoying this content of construction rentals. It is just what I am preparing to do. I was left 8 lots which I want to develop as commercial property. I truly appreciate the sharing of your knowledge. Thanks Glenna Bryant


      • StefanieK

        Thanks Glenna and welcome!

    21. so great the best software thank you daniil


      • JacobC

        On behalf on Daniil and the entire team here you’re very welcome!