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J. New Construction Financing and Deal Structure

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Comments (18 comments so far)

  1. Daniel:

    Good stuff. When will this software be available? New construction is in my future and I need all the help I can get.

    BTW, your software’s are great. I love them. Makes it very professional and great snapshot of where one is.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you.

    Dave Brinton
    National Home Rebuilders, LLP

  2. Sharon

    Great information. I always welcome your information. You are one of the few that when I get your emails, I look forward to reading. Keep up the good work.

    • Daniil

      Thanks, Sharon! That really means a lot to hear!

  3. Ann Maxwell

    Daniil; Miles Development Group, LLC Boston, MA
    I do rehab flip and hold. I have used Rehab Valuator Premium for a couple of year now and its great. We also do new construction. I hope in the future you will make this a stand long program or an addition to the premium as one of the options such as flip, buy hold and new construction. We are presently doing a rehab of four existing unit and the property came with a lot large enough for us to build 12 units of new construction townhouses that will be two bedroom condo’s. I hope you will think in the future to make the new construction program include up to twenty (20) units for rental or condo’s. Also, include the Bridge Construction loan and the take out with permeate financing.

    • Daniil

      Hi Ann,

      You can use the present version of Rehab Valuator Premium for new construction of multi-units just like this case study shows. The current software also does allow you to model a construction loan, then take out with permanent financing. Only 1 loan though – not main loan PLUS bridge loan for now, but something I’m looking into incorporating. Thanks for your feedback!

  4. sinaloa hobson

    Very inpressive. I am a fan of this software and most if not all of your case studies.

    • Daniil

      Thanks, Sinaloa! And it should be ALL my case studies you’re a fan of 🙂

  5. the video was very helpful

  6. Corey Green

    Hi Daniil. Your software is a very powerful tool wholesaling and preforclosure is my plan going forward.I am hoping you can assist me in my career goal. I want to say thanks for reaching out with the information you have been submitting to me and hope to hear from you soon once again thanx. Corey

  7. Kevin Decker


    I came across your software last week and I am very impressed. I am in the beginning stages of starting a real estate investment company. I will be purchasing this in the near future, It is exactly a tool I can use. Right now I am going through your tutorials. Great job putting this evaluator together.

  8. Susan G

    Hi Daniil,
    I am a brand new investor and I stumbled upon your software while working on my first wholesale deal in Denver this month. I also have vacant lot in Tennessee that used to have a house on it. Due to a 500 year flood in 2010, it’s empty and I’ve been trying to figure out how I could build a house and make money. I just didn’t know to finance it, nor what steps to take to get started. From your information it’s clear how I can put a rental there! Your video on ways to “structure financing” and this one on “how to present the deal to a lender to get a construction loan” was a god-send! I’m sure I will have questions on the software as I proceed in making my “rebuild and profit” dream come true in Tennessee; so look to hear from me again! Thanks for your brilliance!
    Denver Co

    • Daniil

      Susan – glad you found us and send us your questions anytime!

  9. Keith Hogan

    Hi Daniil,
    The rehabvaluator and the case studies are an awesome tool that I plan to master. I am interested in any case studies that you have whereby, you have put together a new construction budget that can be used to apply for state and federal grant funding to build multifamily housing units. I have an active nonprofit CHDO organization that is founded and purposed for developing property.

    • Daniil

      Keith. Glad you’re liking the software and the case studies. Unfortunately I don’t have anything specifically dealing with those topics.

  10. The two bedroom and two bathroom spacious design is very cool. Each day is another opportunity to open up RehabValuator to see what is possible. This is the coolest framework to work within. Sure, some of the finance information with new construction might seem a bit dry in comparison to posting beautiful and interesting photos. This really is the info that gives us the credibility we want in figuring and presenting deals. Thank you very much.

  11. Steve Helms

    I signed up with you a while back but was not ready, seeing the tutorial you used a construction cost of $175,000 figured at $70 per square ft, I’m assuming that the lender will ask for a material breakdown or are most lenders okay with appraisal after value these days?

    Steve Helms

    • Daniil Kleyman

      It depends on the lender. I’ve been asked to submit a detailed construction budget before. But either way, the lender will always get an appraisal done as part of loan underwriting prior to approvals