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A. Wholesaling Houses 101 Training: How to Flip Houses -

What is Real Estate Wholesaling?  What terminology must you know?  How to calculate offers on deals before you make them?  We cover all these topics in this wholesale investing case study, along with an example of a deal and other great content!  We also go over how to present the information to your wholesale buyer.  If you don’t have this house flipping software yet, there are links below the real estate wholesaling explained video!  

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Hi. Daniil Kleyman here and this is going to be a fairly quick wholesaling case study and we’re not just going to do a case study, but I want to make sure we talk about the terminology when it comes to wholesaling, the numbers that are relevant when it comes to wholesaling deals and also a very important component of wholesaling, which is marketing in order to get your deal sold. So before we get going with this, make sure you’re taking notes. If you are brand new to wholesaling, then this is going to be really, really valuable for you. If you already understand the basics of wholesaling, then the first section of this case study may be a little bit basic and redundant for you. You can just fast forward to where we start crunching through the numbers and showing you the marketing for these deals.

So why do I do these case studies? You know, I love to record these. I don’t do them often enough because I’m so busy rehabbing and building new projects right now, but I do these case studies for a couple of reasons. One, I want to educate for free. There is a lot of information out there that’s being sold. There is a million different wholesaling courses. Everybody seems to want nothing but money, money, money, which is absolutely fine. There is nothing wrong with that. But because we are primarily in the business of selling software, my goal is to provide the education for the most part for free and then as a way to pay back our software users and build the community. So the second goal behind these case studies is if you have the free version of our property flipping software, I want you using it. And if you can’t use software for wholesaling or rehabbing if you don’t understand what wholesaling is or how to do real estate deals.

So in order to let you use the software and in order to allow you to maximize the potential of the software that we provide, I want to make sure that all of our users, all of our viewers are educated about the business itself. So if you have the free version of our software, I want you to be more comfortable with it. I want it to become a regular part of your business. If you don’t have our software yet, I’m going to give you the link to sign up for a free account at the end of this video. And then of course if you don’t have the premium version of our software yet, I want to show you the the benefits of having that membership because it’s very powerful. So those are my three goals behind doing these case studies. So now we have that on the table. And my promise to you is any of my case studies that you will watch, and if you’ve seen any of my past case studies, you will know this to be true.

They will have a ton of useful, actionable content for you. None of these are meant to be sales pitches at all. So my goal is every case study you watch for you to walk away with a ton of great information. So in this particular video and in this case study, we’re going to talk about one, what is wholesaling? Terminology that’s important for you to know and to use when doing wholesale deals. And then we’re going to go through a detailed case study and we’re going to talk about how to determine the right offer for your deal, how to calculate your end buyer profits, and finally, how to market and present that deal in order to get it sold quickly and for the most amount of money.

So let’s talk about wholesaling. Wholesaling is a simple business. I’m actually amazed how there are courses for $1,000 that sell about what wholesaling is because wholesaling is really a simple business. Here’s how you wholesale. You find the deal, preferably an off market property that needs some work. You find it at a discount, today’s market value. Then you put that deal under contract with the seller and then you assign or flip the contract to another buyer who closes on the deal. And that’s it. It’s really that simple. That end buyer then goes to the closing table with the seller. And usually at closing, your assignment fee or your profit gets paid to you. It is really that simple. So you need to have good deals and they need to have reliable cash buyers for this business to work. And that’s it. At the end of the deal of closing, you’re going to collect your assignment fee.

So now if you need a further explanation of wholesaling, you know what? Let’s do this live. I’m going to give you a link. Don’t go there now. This is a free course that I’ve put together and I’m continually adding content to it. There you go. This is an entire free course that I’ve put together about wholesaling. So and in that course I go through a lot more in detail of every step of the whole selling process and how you can make very good money with this business.

Okay, let’s talk about terminology that you need to understand when doing this business and we’re just going to run through the most important ones. So after repair value, ARV, by far, probably the most important term you need to understand. So what is ARV? Basically, after repair value is what will this property appraise for once the renovations that you or your end buyer plan to do are complete. This is based on the recent comparable sales day data in the area.

So for example, you buy a property in rough shape, you buy it for $120,000 but completely renovated houses like this one sell for 200,000. So $200,000 is the after repair value. You need to go and look in this particular neighborhood for the past, let’s say, six months. Look at houses of the same shape, the same number of bedrooms, baths, square feet, and same finishes. What have they actually sold for? Those are recent comparable sales. Don’t look at what properties currently are on the market for. Don’t look at pending sales. Look at actual sales, the only relevant number here are real transactions that have taken place. Comparable sales data can come from realtors, from MLS, go the Zillow, go to Trulia. There is many places now where you can obtain reliable comps. Zillow used to suck. Now Zillow actually has reliable comparable sales data.

So you no longer need to just rely on the realtor. Next is percent of ARV. This is a very important metric and term that you need to understand. This is the investment criteria, either yours or your end buyers, the percentage of ARV dictates the desired profit margin or sweat equity that you are your own buyer need to have after the deal is done. It’s the maximum total cost basis of after repair value. So for example, if I say I am looking for deals at 70% of ARV or below, that means that my total cost basis between buying the deal, rehabbing it, closing costs, holding costs, financing costs, my total cost basis must be less or equal to 70% of the after repair value. So in the example above, if the after repair value is $200,00 my maximum cost basis can be no more than 70% of that, which, come on all you math whizzes, $140,000 and I’ll show you a better numerical example of this in the case study that we’re about to go through.

But this is a very important number to understand and this criteria, if you follow it, it’s going to ensure that you don’t offer too much for your deals or putting deals under contract at the price where you can’t sell them to your end buyers and make money with them. Next are comps and we just talked about the recently, comparable sales usually refers to comparable sales versus the after repair value. You need to look at the last six months of houses in the same area with the same finishes, same square feet, bedrooms, baths, et cetera. I like to use the dollar per square foot metric because you’ll never find two houses with the exact same square footage. So if you determine that houses with these finishes in the same area have recently sold for an average of let’s say $150 a square foot. Now you can use that $150 a square foot metric to calculate after repair value on your house using the exact square footage of your house.

It’s better than looking at things in absolute dollar values. You know, again, I can’t stress this enough. Make sure you’re looking at actual closed sales rather than the houses in the market or pending sales. Next we have assignment of contract. This is an actual contract that acts as an addendum to the contract at purchase between you and the seller. It’s a second contract between you and your buyers. So in wholesaling you’ll have the purchase contract, which is between you and the seller, and then you’ll have an assignment of contract that signs that contract from you to the cash buyer. And this basically allows your buyer to close directly with your seller, taking you out of the middle and then you get paid an assignment fee. And if you are one of our Rehab Valuator Premium members, one of the bonuses that you get with your membership is a copy of a purchase contract and the same contract that you can use in your own business instead of paying your attorney hundreds of dollars to create them from scratch.

Next is the assignment fee. This is your wholesale fee that you tack onto the contract price between you and the seller. So if you put the property under contract for $50,000 you’re going to market it to your cash buyer for 55 or $60,000. That 5 or 10 grand is your assignment fee, right? So here’s another example. If you contract to purchase a property from seller for $100,000 and want to make 10, then you’re going to market the deal for 110 and that 10 is your assignment fee. Your cash buyer pays your seller $100,000 and $10,000 assignment fee gets wired to you. So now let’s go through a case study. You’re ready. Let’s say you find an off market house from a marketing campaign that you launched. It’s three bedrooms, two baths, 1,300 square feet. You’ve determined based on the recent comparable sales that the after repair value is $200,000. The house, after you went and looked at it, you decided it needs about $30,000 in repairs in order to sell it retail to new owner occupants.

And you’ve talked to a couple of real estate cash buyers with whom you’ve built relationships and you know that they’re buying in that area and you know that they’re looking to be at no more than 75% of the after repair value. Now you’ve talked to the seller and the seller says, “I need at least $140,000 for this house right now.” What do you do? Do you accept that $140,000 price? Well, here’s how you would figure that out, okay? When you log in to Rehab Valuator, whether you have the light or the premium version, you’re going to end up on the save deal screen with the orientation video for you to watch. So you would go to the quick offer calculator here at the top, and this is a standalone tool that instead of you having to use your calculator or crunching numbers in the back of a Napkin, you can very easily input some information here and that will give you your maximum offer.

So if we remember correctly, in our case study, after repair value of this deal is $200,000. The investment criteria is 75% of the after repair value. The deal requires $30,000 in repairs. And then I like to assume, you know, a couple of thousand dollars of closing costs and then to resell the house, it’s going to cost 6 to 7% if you’re using an agent. So I always assume that my wholesale buyer is going to be using a real estate agent, sellers and buyers agent to sell the house. So I plug in 6% for closing costs to sell. And usually, I actually like to plug in 7, in case there’s going to be any buyer concessions. And then let’s assume another thousand dollars for holding costs. And as a wholesaler on this deal, I’d like to make at least a $10,000 wholesale fee. So very quickly, you get your max offer right here.

$93,000 in order for this deal to work. If you’re wholesaling, the most you can pay is $93,000 so in our case study, our buyer wanted … Or I’m sorry, our seller wanted $140,000 for this house. Can we afford to pay him that? No, absolutely not. In order to make this deal work, the most you can pay is $93,000. Now, if you’re evaluating this deal for yourself, not your wholesale buyer, you would take out this fee and there you go. Your max offer now is $103,000. Right? But let’s plug in the wholesale fee here. And you’ve got scenario two and scenario three here. So you can use this to enter additional deals, or you can just plug in some other scenarios and see what happens, right? So if our repair estimates maybe are too conservative and only takes $20,000 to repair this house, then your max offer now all of a sudden becomes $130,000. Right? Et Cetera, et Cetera. And you can play with all of these variables and see how that affects your offer.

All right, so now let’s say you go and you negotiate the seller down to $93,000. You put this deal under contract, what do you do next? Well, now you want to effectively market this deal to your cash buyers quickly. So here’s what you would do. You would go to new deal and this window pops up and you would quickly input some information and you click save. And now you enter the information from the previous screen. So you would type in … Now you’re marketing this to your wholesale buyers. So you got this deal for 93, but you’re tacking on a $10,000 assignment fee. So here you would actually type in $103,000 because that’s what your end buyer is paying. Closing costs, we said $2,000. And again, if you’re not sure about any of this, you click on this little video icon and you’ve got tutorial on every step of the software here to guide you through this process.

But it’s very easy. Holding costs, we said would be $1,000 and we’re going to assume just a regular cash deal, $200,000 after repair value and 7% cost of sale, and the rehab costs $30,000 and our projected resale price is 200,000 same as after repair value. Now the reason why you’re giving an option here to enter a different resale price is maybe you want to be conservative and you want to say, my cash buyer is going to want to get a quick sale off and they’ll sell for 190. Well, let’s assume we’re in a solid market and we can sell for the after repair value. Well immediately you see that your projected profit for your end buyer is $50,000 and assuming it takes them two months to rehab and then another two months to sell, they’re going to make a 36% return on their cash.

If they do the deal with cash and on an annualized basis, it’s over 100%. Right? So this is a very quick sanity check for you. Is this a good deal for my buyer? Now from here you would click view reports and if you have the free version of the software, you would click on project summary and you can generate the summary of the deal. Now, and you can use this as your marketing sheet, that’s not very compelling, but you can certainly send this, you know, I want you using the software. So even if you just have the free version of the software, you can take this project summary and you can post it to Facebook. See, it’s this easy, right? Deal at 75% of ARV on Jeff Avenue in Richmond, click link below. And so here’s what happens. I’m going to show you, you know, because this is a test deal.

I’m not going to post this publicly, but this is what happens. Let’s just say only me. All right, and you’re going to share this link on Facebook. And if you go the Facebook, this is what it looks like. It now appears on your timeline right there. Boom. And then when somebody clicks on this link, they go directly to this marketing summary and then they can contact you. Here’s where the software gets really cool. And then in addition, by the way, to Facebook, you can post us to Twitter, Linkedin, and 300 other methods found here. Or you can click get unique link, copy this link and then simply email it to somebody and then they’re going to pull up that link and see the summary. Do you see how easy marketing your deals becomes? But here’s where the software gets really powerful. With the premium version, you can click marketing sheet, flip, exit, and you now have this one page marketing flyer that you can create.

So offered at 103, won’t last, call me ASAP. And then you just type in some information about the deal and all of this is automatically generated for you. Now all you have to do is just insert some pictures. So let’s look at how easy uploading pictures is. All right, let’s go to Dropbox, real estate stuff. Pictures, let’s find … All right, check this out. Boom. Look at how quickly uploading pictures in bulk is. And here’s what you do. You upload these pictures really quick. This is a property that I actually rehabbed recently. And then you’d do the same thing. Click Facebook, great flip opportunity at 75% ARV, check out the link below and then you share link and this is what it looks like and now … And you can share this, you can post this to different groups on Facebook. Somebody clicks on this and this is what they see, a one page marketing flyer like this that shows your buyer exactly all of the information they need to see.

Look, here’s the offer price, here’s the required repairs, here’s the total projected cost basis. You can see the total projected cost basis is only 68% of after repair value, flip profit will be 50,000 et Cetera, et Cetera. This is how easy this is, and by the way, this is 68% because the projected cost of sale is taken into account here. So projected cost of sale is actually 7%. 7 plus 68 will be 75, which is what we were striving for. So I hope that makes sense. Now again, you’re not just sharing this to Facebook. You can post this to Twitter, post this to Linkedin or you can simply click get unique link, take this link and email out to all of your buyers. Additionally, you can click show PDF and create a PDF presentation out of this and then you can print this out and physically hand this to cash buyers in different real estate investment clubs.

Or you can save this as a PDF and email this as an attachment to your buyers. But this is all about being smart and intelligent when marketing your deals and giving your buyers all the information they could possibly need. So how do you give your buyers all the information they could possibly need? Well, you would click view reports and click full presentations for flip. And now instead of a one pager, you’re generating a full scale presentation. Check this out, here’s your cover page, and then you can actually upload your company logo here. Then you’ve got your one page marketing flyer, you’ve got a cashflow summary that shows your cash buyer exactly how the deal will be laid out month to month. You’ve got a comparable sales report where again, you can upload pictures and then you’ve got an additional pictures page. And then this is what this presentation looks like. This is your cover page. This is your marketing sheet that gives all the relevant numbers on your deal and shows how profitable this deal will be for your cash buyer, cash flow summary, comparable sales report, and then additional pictures.

And you can create this in literally a matter of minutes and you can print this out or again, you can post this to social media and get your deal sold in minutes of putting it under contract. It’s really that easy. So hopefully you found this case study to be valuable and I hope you took a lot of notes. Here’s what I would like you to do next. First of all, click the share button above or below this video, wherever you see it. And if you think this will be valuable for other people, you know, please share it on Facebook or Twitter and other social media and help spread the word and get this education out to people. Leave me comments below the video with any questions, thoughts, et Cetera. I love hearing from you. I love to get your feedback. What other case studies should I record? What topics are you having trouble finding information on? If you don’t have the free Rehab Valuator Lite software yet, go to and set yourself a free account, set yourself up with the free access to the software.

There is no strings attached, even the free version of our software is fully functional. You can use it for as long as you like and it’s going to see the massive, massive amounts of time. And then of course, if you’re already an account holder, it’s strongly, strongly urged that you do upgrade to premium and get the full ability to market your deals, raise private money. There is a whole separate marketing component there that’s completely geared towards hard and private money lenders. You can manage your rehab projects with the premium software and there is going to be all sorts of bonuses when you operate as well.

And that’s it. Thanks for watching. I’ve got more case studies coming out, and again, if there’s particular topics that you want to get educated on or you think there’s information lacking out there, leave me a comment below this video on and let me know. I check these comments on a regular basis. All right. That’s it. Thanks for watching.
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Comments (248 comments so far)

  1. Emanuel

    Thank You For Time
    This is great tool !!!!

  2. Emanuel

    Thank You For Time
    This is a great tool !!!!


    Thanks, Great tool. I am buying it now!
    John Muritu

  4. Douglas Lewis

    Thank You great tool

  5. WOW!! This software program you have created may allow me to actually make a profit since I got started in this real estate investing business! Thanks for making this outstanding product available! I have learned more from this video, than I have in years!

  6. Justin

    Great software, I in the past have used an excel worksheet I put together. This is much easier to use and faster to use. Well worth the money to purchase the software!!!

  7. absolutely awesome case study. I am just learning your software (well now mine too now that I bought it)! So far I am loving it!

    • Daniil

      Hey Jonathan,

      Glad you’re liking the case studies and the software! Always nice to hear good feedback!


  8. I assume that you are locking up the property prior to doing the due diligence, correct? ARe you actually purchasing any properties and then wholesaling, or securing in an LLC, then selling the real estate in the LLC to the investor buyer and you collect the wholesale fee? Does your wholesale fee show up on the HUD, or do you handle that in another way?

    Great stuff !!

    • Daniil

      Hey Chris,

      Typically when I wholesale (and these days I primarily buy for my own portfolio instead of wholesaling), I just lock up the property and then assign the contract to another investor. You can collect the assignment fee in advance or at closing – all depends on what you negotiate. Buying in an LLC and then selling it in the LLC is sometimes done with REO’s, where the bank won’t let you assign the contract.


  9. Totally Awesome!

    I’m working a couple of deals now and I’m loving It!

    This takes out all the guess work and makes me look so smart and professional.

    Thanks Daniil!


  10. Ann

    Thank you, the case studies and training sessions are excellent. I have purchased a few program to help with analyzing deals and once I put them on my computer I rarely use them because the learning cruve on how to use them was very high. Thank you from stopping me from leaving your website. I came on to your website and thought this is another program that will take me for ever to learn how to use the program, so I was leaving the website and the program asked if I was leaving and I should try Valuator Lite. So, I did and I’m glad I gave it a try I will buy the full version. Now that I’m learning to use the lite version with the training it will be worth it to purchase the full version. (I will know how to use it)


    Class act ! Got to see the next and the next and the next, ad infinatum,

  12. Sandra


    Great and easy to use.
    Thank you

  13. della

    I liked very much what you did, thank you

  14. jerome

    Daniil: this is outstanding , your program took all the fog out,this is as crisp as the moutain air in MONTANA.

  15. Mario

    Great Video Daniel!! Thank you.
    I’m using the lite version right now. I want to get familiar with your program and then upgrade. Great information, have not seen anything else out there that matches your program.

    • Daniil

      Thanks for the compliments, Mario! Let us know if we can help with anything.

  16. Tony

    I think this is an awsome tool.. For now I am only able to use the lite version, waiting to upgrade in the very near future.

  17. Tony

    I think this is a very helpful tool to use for presenting the offers.. I will be upgrading from the lite in the very near future.

  18. Thank you Daniil, Great product for the money.
    I hope we can ad a lead generating feature into it.

  19. bob

    daniil very nice video and software this is a must have! a tool a newbie should not go forward with out 🙂

  20. Fantastic! A super, great way to analyze properties in the least amount of time with the most information available to present your properties. Genius!

  21. Erick Wilson

    Hi Daniil,

    This is a great program. I can’t wait to start using it.

    Your case studies are very helpful please keep sending them.

  22. i real appreciate the tech and value that this tool offers.

  23. raleek

    Great Software i see how this will be a benefit to my business!

  24. Thanks for the information! I am very new at this, and this is a great tool for beginners to the seasoned investor!

  25. Donnie Williams

    The content of the video was excellent, however as a brand new wannabe investor I have a couple of questions pertaining to the wholesaling process. My primary curiosity revolves around which forms would I use to “lock-up” a property and what is the typical timeline that I would use to lock-up the property. I also would like to know what happens if I am unable to secure an end buyer in the prescribed timeline that I negotiate with the seller.

  26. Adam

    Danill, If you did not want the end buyer to know how much you are making could you leave that area blank and just incorporate it in the sellers price?
    Really liked the presentation and can see the benefits to having this tool. Haven’t seen anything like this in all the others (guru’s) that I have listened to. If they have something like this they are keeping it quite.

    • Daniil

      Adam – thanks! The price you put into your presentation for the wholesale buyer is the price to him. It already includes your wholesale/assignment fee. Hope that clears it up!

  27. Shavon

    Too bad it doesn’t work on a MAC without having to also buy Parallels just to get it.

  28. Joseph Adelufosi

    This is a very useful software that takes fare away from making the offer. Very informative keep up the good work.

  29. Elzar J.

    Thanks, Daniil Great Software!

  30. Horace McKnight

    I love using •Rehab Valuator Lite. Today i made my first offer on a wholesale property,And presented my first sale using rehab valuator to my end buyer.I LOVE It!!!!!!!!!.Thanks! Alot Danill for creating Rehab Valuator

  31. alvin

    I like the presentation, and i think that it will be a powerful tool in any wholesale invester arsenal i will be purchasing the premium package soon.

  32. Nice software…I now have and will put it to work ASAP. Thanks

  33. Stanley

    Thank you Daniil!!!!! Awesome software… fast…easy to use…Takes all the guess work out of a report…Lays it out in a very professional manner…complete with your company header and pictures..nice…Thank you again…

  34. Robert

    Hey Daniil, can I put the software on both of my Disk top and lap top PC with just this one order or do I have to buy it twice, please let me know, Thank you

    • Daniil

      Hi Robert. If you are the only person using the software then you can install it on 2 computers with just one order!

  35. Lonnzie

    Hi Danill , I enjoyed your case study. Please keep it up.

  36. Jonathan

    Daniil, how to do you go about getting the cost of the rehab?

    • Daniil

      Jonathan – the best way is your own experience. Once you do a few rehabs, you should have a solid handle on what repairs are required for a particular project and what they will cost. For what you’re not sure, bring in multiple contractors to give you bids. If you’re just starting out and going out there looking at properties, find an experienced GC and get him to come see a few projects with you. You can either tell him he’ll have the opportunity to bid on those projects once you buy them or just pay him for his time so that he can walk you through the house, show you what repairs are required and give you estimates.

  37. Moniee Mann

    Daniil, I have the Lite version and will be giving it a go at it within the next few weeks. If it works like you showed and how I think I will be back for the Premium Version. Thanks for The Awesome Looking software to tear up the business. Talk To You Soon !!!

    Chow !!!
    Moniee Mann
    Herbert RE Investmens

  38. This is brilliant, like your straight forward no-nonsense, no hype approach. Thanks for making it so affordable for the average guy. The case studies are great. Keep the education coming, its the absolute best.

  39. Ray

    Outstanding software and presentation. I look forward to obtaining the premium version.

  40. Bo Griffin

    the video was very helpfull

  41. steve


    OK So that’s the BOMB !!!!!! Too simple ….Too professional….and Too inspiring to believe. WOW oh WOW. I am jumping out of my skin to go find a property, any and make a true trial run and email it off to some of my investors in NY. I will let you know how it goes.

    I am so relieved. I do not have the right lingo or the ability to communicate effectively with people who have the means to buy properties sight unseen, but Walla !!!!! I do now……Because the one page sheet with the “numbers” do all the talking.

    Thanks for your work.


    • Daniil

      Steve – that’s awesome to hear and glad you’re seeing the power of the software! If you need anything just reach out!

  42. James Hopkins


    I will be purchasing Premium when we get our state tax refund – and I can convince my wife that I need this for my business. It is a powerful program; I know because I’ve been studying Real Estate for a long while, but haven’t done my first deal yet.
    Looking for info on Private Money. I know by the SEC rules I just can’t approach them without having a previous relationship with them.


  43. Eddie

    I like what I see. Will be using this for sure

  44. This is great information. I’m upgrading.

  45. This is great information. I tried out lite on my mac and it works (some kinks) may be on my part. I’m upgrading.

  46. Leo Sosa


    Thank you for all the detailed information…..awesome tool to have…

  47. Nate

    It seems to be a great program!

  48. subbarao

    excellent.thank you

  49. Cindon Young

    I love the software,will be purchasing the Premium upgrade soon.Thanks for the eye opener!

  50. Ismael Mojarro

    I just want tell you – I bought this software on Sunday July 1 2013 which is two day ago and it allowed me to put 12 houses so far in front of privet Investors . It really is a must have tool if you are going to be in this business. $97 turned me into a huge door of opportunity I straggle for the past six months in how to make a presentation THANK YOU DANIIL. DON’T THINK ABOUT WHETHER YOU SHOULD BUY THIS OR NOT……….BUY IT!

    • Daniil

      That is awesome, Ismael! And you’re welcome! Let me know how your deals progress forward!

  51. Vivienne Durham

    I will be ordering “Premium” next week!

  52. Sheila

    Hey Daniil, thank you so much for a great and thorough Valuator training. I know I will be using this when I present it to my buyers. Cant wait to show it to them and get my deals sold. I will let you know.
    More Success and Prosperity to you and your team!! You Rock.

  53. Well presented informative video. I’m just now learning LITE and hope to find it necessary to upgrade quickly. ThanX for the no pressure software that allows my to grow as fast (or slowly) as I want!

  54. I am buying your Premium Rehab Valuator Software today. Need I say more. Phil S

  55. Simeon Soname

    This is a great soft of inestimable value.It is job execellently done.

  56. Shanell Spann

    Im a wholesaler here in Milwaukee… I LOVE THIS. THANK YOU!!!
    It helps me calculate the offer right & helps my inventory sell quicker. Thank you!!

  57. Tom


    I am REI and buy deals from wholesales. I have never see deals that I can purchase at 70% ARV. All I have see is anywhere from 82%+. As you well aware all seller rarely prices negociatable when come to whole sale deals. For instant today, I got deals ARV is $130, asking prices is $84 and rehab is $21k. Any comments?

    • Daniil

      Tom – it really all depends on your particular market. I know some markets where investors can get plenty of deals at 60%-70% of ARV. Others you will only find 80%+. If the margins are too tight, at some point it becomes useless to do the deal – or at least much riskier. Lower margins don’t leave much room for mistakes or unforseen costs. So be careful, run your numbers thoroughly and know your risks and downside!

  58. Hi Daniil give me a moment to find myself in this maze and I will definitely upgrade.

  59. Jean

    This has been very informative. Thanks.

  60. Roberto Reyna

    After downloading the free software I discovered I had to purchase the macros to operate it.

    • Daniil

      Hi Robert,

      You don’t purchase Macros. Macros are a part of Microsoft Excel which is what you need to run our programs. Specifically, you need to have Microsoft Excel 2002 or newer.

  61. Tami Precopio

    As an investor, this tool is a must have and I have used many over the years! Fabulous!

  62. Stacey

    Does the tools supply comps? isn’t it good to provide when negotiating a deal?

    • Daniil

      Hi Stacey. The program does not supply comps. However the Premium version does supply a report for you to enter in your comps to present them. You can get comps from a number of places including realtors you’re working with OR online sites like Zillow and Trulia. However you need to be careful how much weight you put on those sites as their information is not always up to date.

  63. lee lytle

    i can not view any of the case studies. there is not a link to click on. adobe flash also does not download it says desktop only. I am on my ipad..
    can you help me

    • Jacob

      Many of our older videos are not iPad compatible. That is something we just started doing within the past year which means you’ll need to use a PC or Mac with a flash enabled web browser. Sorry for the inconvenience.

  64. Ron

    I have told everyone who will listen about this wonderful program and have gotten some positive feedback on their use. And some have gone on to purchase from you the Rehab Valuator from your company. Daniel can’t thank you enough. You Rock!!!.
    Ron David Williams

  65. Jonas Mouber


    How do I figure in my cost of borrowing the funds for purchasing the property?

    Even a fairly reasonable lender that I have found charges 1.75% plus $400 for up to 3 days.

    In my area a low price I could purchase for would be $200,000. My funds would cost me more than my “profit”.



    • Jacob

      Hi Jonas. You of course have to find a deal that makes sense and not all deals will. This includes finding financing that lets your have the profit margins needed. As far as how to figure in the cost of borrowing money you just need to enter that information into Rehab Valuator. You’ll be able to see the project profit as well as look at the lender reports to see exactly what you’re paying for your financing. There is a tutorial on entering in the financing assumptions here: If you have additional questions feel free to email us

  66. Thank you
    This is a great tool to have

  67. Love it, love it, love it. Now I have to get off my ass and do it- ACTION TIME IS NOW!!!

  68. tess


    Great video, How did you come up with the holding and closing costs? Do you not include utilities cost or insurance costs?



    • Jacob

      Hi Tess,

      Holding costs are going to be real numbers. You can usually get average #’s (electric bill, gas bill, water bill, etc) from the utility company in the area. Insurance costs you just get a quote for. You do include all of that in the holding costs. Closing costs are going to be the same thing. Are their back taxes? Are you doing a title search? Did you hire an attorney? All of those things are property dependent and will go into the first section of closing costs.

  69. I Have yet to use this software but I see the potential it has to offer…

  70. William

    I noticed at 6:15 you clicked something to change the % of ARV from 54% to 70% what was it? How did you do it? And why?

    • Jacob

      Hi William,

      Jacob here (customer support). I’m not sure exactly what he changed in the tutorial but the % of ARV is a representation of the cost versus the after repair value. If you increase the cost of the project (purchase price, financing costs, holding costs, rehab costs, etc.) and leave the ARV the same then that percentage will go up. I couldn’t see from the video what exactly he changed but it had to be one of those things (for the sake of recording the video he also could have had the automatic calculations turned off).

  71. Bob

    Great and easy software. Juts really getting started going through these. So far so good.
    Thanks again!

  72. Myron Bodie

    I am impressed with your demonstration of the software. I will buy it but please hold off on the price increase. I am unemployed and saving the money to buy the premium software.

  73. Ree Spears

    After goig thru all he modules, where is the list of lenders that fund prehab deals or are they the same as the private and hard money lenders, just have to let them know im doin a little work on the property nothing major

    • Jacob

      Hi Ree,

      We do not provide lists of lenders for you. You have to find the property and the lender. We provide you the software to analyze the property and put together reports for the lender. If you have further questions you can email us

  74. Michael W. GordonSr

    I believe that this is the best that I have seen so far…. For Wholesaling and rehabbing.. this is well needed.. Like I say before, I will be getting this system in about 3days maybe sooner..

    • Daniil

      Sounds good, Michael!

  75. Tim Patterson

    I love what you have done with this tool. Will make my work considerably easier. I am just getting started in Rehab/Wholesale flips and had been working on an excel spreadsheet that was similar, now I don’t have to. Thanks a lot.

    • Daniil

      Glad to hear I was able to save you some time, Tim! Reach out if we can help with anything!

  76. Dennis

    Great tool and nice value. I will get back in touch after i meet a few investors in my area that i can work with. Thank you!

  77. Mel

    I would really like to upgrade now, however, I was in the hospital and just got out this week. I hope I can buy it for $97 when I get back on my feet.

    • Jacob

      Hi Mel,

      Absolutely. You can use the main checkout link here: and if you have trouble just shoot us an email.

  78. Linval

    This is great! Finally got the download installed. Still little glitches in excel will have to touch base with you guys.

    Thanks for the case studies help to see the lay out in the grid.


    • Daniil

      Sounds good! Reach out to support about any remaining issues and we’ll take great care of you!

  79. Arthur

    This is just what I need! I’m a great seller and with this technology that I will master, I will be back in the real estate business where I need to be. Thanks, Arthur

  80. Tommy Jones

    Hey Daniil,
    This gets beter the more you watch it

  81. Thank you so much for such wonderful case study information. I didn’t realize that I had already purchased the premium Rehab Valuator software from you. The software is an excellent tool for real estate projects. I haven’t quite got started yet, but I am now retired and this is a good time to put the software and my limited real estate skills to the test.

    I don’t think I got the bonus tools you mentioned in the case study. I purchased the program probably a year ago.

    Again thanks again.

    • Jacob

      Hi Imogene,

      Nice to hear from you! You’re very welcome. We try and provide more than just software so we can help our customers be successful. In regards to the bonuses I will email you that link no problem.

  82. Corey Green

    Case study is a great source of education. Thanks daniil

  83. Monique Rene Coates

    Great Software Danill, Thank you!

  84. Sam Impellizzeri

    Purchased the premium with my girl friend. Definitely looks like a great tool to use.
    Can’t wait to get started using it.

  85. Ron

    Great Info

  86. i am a beginner this will help me in deals once i get the hang of it

    thank You

    Mr Iris Paige

  87. Edwin

    Daniil, this video presentation is a God send. And you opened my eyes to really making money Wholesaling properties to Cash Buyers.

    Thank You Edwin of Pasco.

    • Daniil

      Glad to hear it, Edwin!

  88. Ron

    Great info ! Keep them coming


  89. William Hurndon

    Awesome video tutorial was having trouble with understanding the software, but you made it so easy to understand thank you.


  90. Patrick Gregory

    I know that this can be a good thing. Your tutorials are well informed. Only thing is removing the fear and just doing it. I think for the most part is getting past my first deal and setting up my business. Do you have educational videos on setting up the business correctly?

    Patrick Gregory

    • Daniil

      Nothing yet on that topic, unfortunately, Patrick!

  91. Margarette Farmer

    Thanks.. This helped me to understand how to use the Rehab Valuator.

  92. You are assuming the people using your product have the technological capacity to do all that you just did. What if you are atechnology dinosaur? I would first have to find someone who has that ability, then it would literally take me days to do what you just did in minutes!!

    • Daniil

      Haha..common, Fred, I am sure you’re not a “dinosaur”! Besides, there is really nothing as simple to use as this software. And we have tutorials literally right there on the page!

  93. William

    I have the free lite version software, but am new to this. I liked the video a lot I think it’s a great tool, and I would like to start this business with wholesaling first slowly by studying the info on the link you posted wholesaling 101and go from there. Thanks for all that you do and have a Blessed Day

  94. jerome

    Thanks for the software it’s truly amazing.
    ?=how do you blast out to groups on Facebook? I’m having trouble doing that. Looking forward to your reply

    • JacobC

      Hi Jerome,

      In the Cloud Based version you’re using all you do is hit View Reports, click the reports you want, hit generate, and then customize them. When you’re done you hit Save and then hit the Blue F (which is the Facebook icon) in the top left corner. If you have trouble figuring it out email us at

  95. Eddie Brown

    I’m currently having a hard time finding contractors to give me repair estimates. I have a few subject properties that I would like to wholesale as well as keep but my biggest challenge is finding various contractor’s and getting them to bid on repairs. Can u help me find the best strategy to do so? Thanks in advance for your help.

    • JacobC

      Hi Eddie,

      The best strategy I have found is to talk to people. Talk to people you know have had work done recently, talk to other investors, and do some research online. People are usually more than happy to talk about their experiences with specific contractors and even provide their contact info. That way you aren’t going in blind. Also, it doesn’t hurt to check with the BBB and make sure they don’t have complaints against them. Then of course you’ll want to make sure they’re licensed, insured, etc.

  96. Ray

    Great video. I am a slow learner. I have to get to where I understand percentages used in the videos. Especially the parts where the % of the ARV?. I may to called in to support.


    • Daniil

      Call anytime, Ray!

  97. JacobC

    Hi Pamela,

    If you’re using Rehab Valuator Online when inside the deal you hit View Reports, select the reports you want, and hit generate. At this stage you customize everything (insert pictures, notes, descriptions, etc.). After you are done with that if you just want to print you hit “Show PDF” in the top right. Once you’re viewing the PDF there is usually a menu to save or print (most times in the bottom left corner depending on your system). Alternately you can go to file in your web browser and hit print or save (or right click and hit print or save).

  98. Ian & Judy-Jill Stevenson

    Enjoyed the video. A lot of great information. Have heard though that when wholesaling a property you have to be very careful about the marketing to cash buyer. Some suggestion that you cannot market the address. What are your thoughts?

    • JacobC

      Hi Ian & Judy,

      I’m going to revise this. If you have the property under contract with the seller then you’re good. No need to hide the address. If you’re working without a proper contract with the seller (bird dogging) then you’ll need to take care to hide the property address.

  99. Justino Peralta

    Great tool to have available in our Real estate business, now that we all have learned how to present our wholesale deals to the investors buyers, I would like to know how we can put this deals together for ourselves using private funding.

    I have family members and friends willing to lend me their private funds to invest in real estate, But I need to learn how to put our agreement together. Do I offer them to pay ” Interest on their money” or should I offer to share a % of the profit with them??

    What are the Document or legal paperwork required to do this legal and correctly?
    What is the formula that you are using to borough private funding from Family members and close Friends?

    Private funding is Available for most of us, we just don’t know what type of Agreement we should enter with our private lenders or what are the Legal Doc to use for this transaction. most Attorney don’t know much about ” Creative Financing” or ” Creative ways of Buying/Selling Real estate.

    Thank you, Justino Peralta. Sajoma Real Estate llc. Danbury, Ct

  100. Carl

    This is an excellent tool to make presentations look very professional. Is there additional help on how to acquire comps and how to put in these presentations?

    • JacobC

      Hi Carl,

      We don’t have any guides for that. However, the best place to find comps is undoubtedly MLS. If you have access or you have a realtor you’re associated with use that resource. If not then the 2nd best option is going to be real estate websites like Zillow or Trulia. Inside of Rehab Valuator Online we link to Zillow. So if you’ve entered in the property address correctly you can then just click a button and see the comps. This button is accessible from the comps report (only available in premium) and on the Main Inputs page above the assumptions panel. Once you pull those up you’ll need to manually input them into the comps report.

  101. Katherine Scott

    What is the cost of your premium membership?

  102. janet vitale

    happy to have this info. THANKS !

  103. Van Hai

    Great video!

  104. Jennilee Bull

    Great video, your complete explanation of of each step is simple and precise and understandable. Along with the software it is full training in a matter of not very many minutes. Loved it and I will get the premium soon. Thank you for being you.


    Great information, great sofware!!! Really good!!

    Let me ask you.. could you recoment a 90% ARV lender..


    • JacobC

      Hi Andres,

      Unfortunately we don’t have lists of lenders. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help. I would recommend putting together a great report and maybe trying to court private investors.

  106. Fadil

    I have some experience with wholesaling properties but it has been some time since I have done it and needed a refresher course. Your presentation was amazing! Do you have suggestions on how to find motivated buyers and sellers?

  107. JACK

    Thanks for the info. a great tool. I will follow.I’m a contractor,learning the other side of the desk.

    • JacobC

      Hi Jack,

      Being a contractor means you probably already have 1/2 the knowledge you need to become a good investor. Keep going and don’t settle for anything less.

  108. Jimmy Hemminger

    Thank you for your video tutorials Daniil, best software I seen for a new wholesalers, rehab business. I looking at 4 multi family jobs in Philadelphia PA monday. Going to put your software to work…

    • JacobC

      Hi Jimmy,

      Fantastic! We’re really proud of what we have created and we love being able to help individuals like yourself. Get it done and good luck! If you ever have questions please let us know.

  109. Larry

    Great presentation. Could you add a link to Craigslist in addition to Face book, etc.?

    That would REALLY be helpful.


    • JacobC

      Hi Larry,

      Craigslist no longer allows full HTML which means that you can’t create links to reports or other sites. The only way to put something on Craigslist is to use their form and upload pictures directly to their system.

  110. Do you have a program that would allow us to get data quickly for a estimated rehab cost?

    • JacobC

      Hi John,

      There is not a program that can, with any accuracy, estimate Rehab Costs for you without someone having eyes on it. For our premium members we do cover how to estimate rehabs in our bonuses. People that get good at it can do it in about 30 mins. In addition, you can always have a contractor go through and do an estimate.

  111. Sammy Mena

    great information in this it helped understand alot more than i did

  112. Gary Kraft

    I’m just beginning the learning process to wholesale and eventually rehab. This case study was very educational and valuable tool for me to learn. Thanks.

  113. Patricia Thompson

    Hi .This is great information. Others are quoting 70%. Why are you using 75%, Do I want my competition to see my offer? What am I missing? Thank You for breaking the numbers down so that I understand them clearly.


    • Daniil

      It all depends on your market

  114. Valerie Coleman

    I love the rehab valuator already. I hadn’t received my first deal yet. I am just starting it will be very helpful for my business.

    • Daniil

      Thanks, Valerie!

  115. Marcia

    Yes, this video is very helpful. Can you tell us the best way to negotiate the sale price with the end buyer (cash buyer). Thanks

    • JacobC

      HI Marcia,

      When wholesaling you’ve already negotiated the sales price because you have put the property under contract for that amount with the seller. The only thing you might negotiate with the end-buyer is your wholesale fee. Your best bet is to just set that fee and ask for it up front. Be firm. If they won’t agree to that fee and you don’t have any other buyers THEN consider lowering it.

  116. Allen Kum

    Hi Daniil

    Great stuff, informative and ease to understand.

    For the premium software, does it auto search and generate the comparable properties or I have to input them myself? What is the good radius to capture the comparable properties?

    Thanks. Allen

  117. how do I get the pictures of the property,

    • JacobC

      Hi Carlos,

      You either need to find them online via Zillow or a similar service, take them yourself, or have a third party take them (the person you’re having look at the property if you’re not looking at it yourself).

  118. My name is Carlos Holwyn, I never asked that question before , thanks

  119. kasey

    Hi Daniil,
    What about a vedio and case study on RE sale tax aucticon from the county you live in?
    thanks for your good work,

  120. Thank you for the case studies, they are very helpful.
    My question is : If I flip a house to a buyer do I pay closing cost?


    • JacobC

      Hi Howard,

      If you’re buying the house, rehabbing it, and then flipping to a buyer you will pay closing costs when you purchase the property initially. Also, depending on whether you market it directly or involve a real estate agent will determine a big portion of your selling costs. Typically though you are the one paying realtors if you’re selling the property and it’s on-market.

  121. Hello I recently signed up for the Premium package. However, I chose the 14 day free trial then $29/month. I am still in my trial period, I’m thinking of making a one time purchase instead of monthly installments. Please send me a link to do so. You have my contact info.

    Also, really enjoyed this video! Thanks again!

    • JacobC

      Hi Cherryl,

      I just emailed you about this. There isn’t a one-time payment option. However, we do have an annual option that saves you a lot of money. Please check the link in my email.

  122. Hello Daniel,

    Merry Christmas, I appreciate the informative video on wholesaling. I have one question that may be answered in private money structuring video. If the seller request that you must provide a cash earnest money deposit along with the contract, I should I handle this?

    • Daniil

      Just negotiate as low of a deposit as you can. My deposits are usually no more than $100 for residential deals. If a larger deposit is required, work with your private lender or JV partner to put that together

  123. Kevin

    I truly appreciate you sharing your knowledge and your software. I am new to wholesaling, do you have any advice for finding deals to get under contract? Currently, I am going through a realtor but we are unable to find the deep discounted deals to wholesale.

  124. Anita E Crist

    Fantastic presentation, Daniil! I did have to pause you several times to write down the things that you were saying, as you talk very fast (that’s because of the enthusiasm that you have for your program!) I have already purchased the Premium package, but I cannot get it to work as easily as you can…I guess that it will just take time! Please keep sending the case studies our way!

  125. yvette

    Excellent Tutorial. is there a way I can find off market deals using this software

    • Daniil

      Hi Yvette. We recently rolled out a “Find Deals” section in Rehab Valuator. It’s specifically for other Rehab Valuator members to post their deals under contract to sell to other Rehab Valuator members. So these deals are already under contract usually by a wholesaler and are meant for an end buyer. If you’re looking to rehab/flip or for rentals, that’s a great place to look!

  126. Alex B.

    Great video. Concepts explained first the case study. Clear and concise.

    • Daniil

      Thanks, Alex!

  127. I am excited as to how your software does especially on evaluating as to how much to offer a property to rehab or flip on a wholesale.

  128. Gabe


    Ive closed a couple of deals with this software before it became cloud based. It is incredible and you have saved me a mountain of work and time. Your team is also fantastic. They reply quickly to emails when Ive had questions and they deliver top tier service..

    Thank you again. I will be using your software again on this coming deal and now that I can post to social media without a problem, there is no excuse for not making money.

    Best to all your team,


    • Daniil

      Awesome! Appreciate the feedback, Gabe and I hope we can continue to make you successful! (Or at least help in that regard!)

  129. Steven Smith

    Thank you for this excellent site! You guys have really put together a great product.

    • Daniil

      Glad to hear that, Steven. And you’re welcome!

  130. Mark Weston

    Thank you so much for a great video. Recent Realtor with Keller Williams, though did not like that side of the business. Ken Strauss, whom I met in an investing class, let us download the free version of your site. Have decided to become a wholesaler and have a mentor who is showing me the ropes. Any insight would be great. Absorbing as much as I can and setting up LLC within the week. Cheers!

  131. Hi Daniil, I find the RehabValuator software very helpful and educational. I recently signed up for the premium package and looking for the bonus copy of purchase contract and assignment of contract. Best Regards, Gabriel

    • Daniil

      Hi Gabriel. I’ve just email you links to your Bonuses for Rehab Valuator Premium!

  132. Jack Anderson

    Thanks! I’ll be watching this segment several times.

  133. Juan a Remon

    Teach how to use comps in real life or real deals. And how to calculate real deals rehab costs.
    Very powerful presentation. Congratulations. Best Regards, Juan Remon.

  134. Jay

    Thanks so Very much fantastic this case awsome.
    Such great information I’m a believer I can do this….
    Thanks again DANIIL

  135. This tutorial is perfect to watch you use RehabValuator to analyze deals with the maximum allowable offer, and market through social media, just what I’m looking for. It’s just going to take some practice now to get the hang of it.
    Thank you very much,
    Joe S.

    • JacobC

      Hi Joe,

      You’re welcome! We’re glad you like it and please reach out with any questions.


  136. Norma Tucker

    I just got your Premium Package and it says i have no Houses in my area for leads. I am training to be Wholesaler now and then do flips! can you tell me how to get leads in Memphis Tn.and Cash Buyers?

    • JacobC

      Hi Norma,

      All deals you see in “Find Deals” inside of Rehab Valuator are submitted by other Rehab Valuator users that are wholesalers. If you don’t see any deals in there it’s a great opportunity for you to represent that market.

      You can find a LOT of info on finding properties and cash buyers here:

      If you have further questions email us at

  137. Ebrahim

    Thank you, for your great videos. They are really well done and are useful.I am new in this field and learning a lot. I have been told that I should register an LLC company and do business with that also to have a clean professional look website to post my deals there. Have you done any video on these matters that I could where and how I can register my company in the US in reasonable price?
    Any suggestion and help will be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.

    • JacobC

      Hi Ebrahim,

      That isn’t something we get into on the site. However, I do have some experience with this personally and have sent you an email with a few tips/suggestions.


  138. Great video training. Can’t wait to see more case studies. I am learning a lot from them.

    Thank You Daniil.

  139. Juel

    God Bless You! Outstanding free training for a green pea like me!

  140. Steve

    Awesome presentation! I will be using your software to create and market deals. Though I haven’t used it yet, it looks very user friendly. Looking forward to the next case study!

    • StefanieK

      Hi Steve,

      Glad you enjoyed it! Please let us know if you have any further questions.


  141. Lili Perone

    Loved the info just would like a little more detail and break down on the 75% of ARV.

    • JacobC

      Hi Lili,

      Feel free to email us at and let us know what kind of questions you have.


  142. Marc

    Great video. Thank you

    • StefanieK

      Thanks Marc

  143. luis

    is anyone from Los Angeles ill would like to partner with someone to teach me how to wholesale and fix and flip

  144. Mike

    I can see this being very helpful and I am going to give this a try and tell my story. Thank you for the information… Each one teach one….

    • StefanieK

      Thanks Mike. We look forward to hearing your story.

  145. Denise DeMoss

    Thank you so much for sharing this How to Wholesale Case Deal Case Study!! I am just starting my business and this information was very helpful. I am planning to review the additional wholesaling 101 website right now! I am also starting to use your software and plan to upgrade to the Premium once I gain more education about wholesaling properties. This is going to be my first step into real estate investing. Thank you again!

    • StefanieK

      Welcome Denise

  146. James Okhueleigbe

    Hi Daniil, Thank you for the presentation, the case study was well presented and this will surely help me as a beginner real estate investor and also learning to use your software as well. Thank you for the free education.

    • StefanieK

      Thank you James and welcome!

  147. Gail Jackson

    AWESOME TOOL…….I am extremely Impressed with your “Rehab Valuator Software” as it Saves Time on every Deal. I love the whole concept of being able to Posts my Deals on Social Media or Directly to my “CASH BUYERS INVESTORS” to Close the Deals in a matter of days! I will be Upgrading to the “Premium Rehab Valuator in the next few DAYS! AMAZING and very POWERFUL along with a GREAT TEACHER………THANK YOU, THANK YOU……….THANK YOU!!!

    • JacobC

      Your welcome! Glad you’re loving it Gail. 🙂

  148. Oscar

    Excellent content,Enjoying the software so far , I’m in the process of establishing relationships with lenders and the software should be an awesome tool in helping me present investment opportunities to potential Lenders .,

    • JacobC

      Hi Oscar,

      Glad you’re enjoying it! If you have any questions please let us know.

  149. Gussie P Parker

    Hello this was very interesting and informative. At this time I’m looking for work. Once I get more income I will pay for more learning material so I can move forward. I have a question, when trying to find out who is the owner of a property do I access block and lot from the township? Please let me know. Thanks

    • JacobC

      Hi Gussie,

      Most cities/counties have a tax assessor website in which you can simply type in the address you’re looking for. That’s usually enough to get you the owner and some contact info about them.

  150. Still #1 Daniil.

  151. Lysander B Ramas

    I am new to this and if there is a possibility to be an apprentice to learn all this or mentorship. I would love to hear from you…

    Have an Amazing Day!


  152. Ronnie Duran

    These case studies are my motivation to start using my premium software as my main tool for finding, implementing and completing real estate deals (God willing), now and in the near future. I love my new toolbox and all the tools in it. Muchas gracias, Senor!

    • Daniil Kleyman

      That’s great, Ronnie! Welcome aboard!

  153. Roscoe Heath

    My son and I are just getting into this business. We have been doing the research and you have been the most helpful. We will get the premium package as soon as we make money off of our first deal. We have no money. That will change soon. We were trying to find a mentor when we found your site. What are your thoughts? We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you!

    • JacobC

      Hi Mr. Heath,

      It sounds like you have a good plan! The key to success is perseverance. Don’t give up and get that first deal done. We’ll be here if you have questions and when you’re ready to upgrade to the premium version.

  154. TW Williams

    The more I learn the better it gets I see no other way for my business to take the next step.

  155. Daniil,
    This case study was terrific! I want to get into Wholesaling/Flipping but don’t have the money for some of the overpriced courses. I saw you software and thought this would be a terrific tool for me but I don’t know anything about the basics of what I want to do. I love your approach of providing training content to eventually sell your premium version software. I’m going to follow a few more case studies then jump into your premium software. I’m retired and believe this will be a great way to supplement my retirement, without working at WalMart.
    Thank you so much,
    Edgar Smith

    • Dylan Hampson

      Glad you are enjoying the content! If you would like to sign up, you can do so here: Sign Up

      Please reach out if you have any questions.


  156. Eve



    Are the Commercial deals done the same way… Please advise
    I am selling a Funeral home, A Warehouse Garage. 2 Single-family properties.
    Fitting the criteria. Let me hear from you.
    M Burris

    • Daniil Kleyman

      You can do commercial deals the same way!

  158. Robert Shorey

    I’m interested in how this would work with Subject 2 and Seller financing, thank you.

    • Daniil Kleyman

      Robert – you can wholesale subject to and seller financed deals the same way. But the software isn’t really geared towards running numbers on subject to deals.

  159. Janice

    Thank you! It would be great if you expanded your software to include obtaining sellers info.

    • Dylan Hampson

      Hi Janice,

      Thanks for the suggestion! We will certainly make note of that.

  160. AL RUIZ

    It’s a good program to follow, I have one question on this program. How do you calculate the repair on a certain property without asking for a professional house contractor?



    • Dylan Hampson

      Hi Al,

      Great question! I have heard of investors going through a property quickly prior to purchasing and doing a quick rehab checklist. We have a great video available to our premium users on effectively estimating repair costs. Please reach out if you have any other questions.


  161. Mitchell Deutsch

    Do you have a commercial version of this software for offices, apt buildings. etc?

  162. Jacques Wilson

    Looking at the demo and the help videos I am feeling good about the software. I have seen lots that do almost the same but cost more. I think your layout and easy of operation is nice. I cannot wait to use it my new laptop will arrive by Saturday I hope and I can rock and roll. I cannot keep using this Government laptop much more. I see how easy it is to link to Facebook but can you lick to Craigslist also??

    • Dylan Hampson

      Hi Jacques,

      Thanks for reaching out! The software doesn’t link directly to Craigslist. That being said, you can generate a unique link of your report and post or send that out wherever.

      Please reach out if you have any other questions.


  163. Daniel E. Barclay

    WOW!! The video on wholesale is great. But I have just one question: Is it really real? Do the video I just watched and the explanation and demonstration given actually work? Your system makes real estate (wholesaling) so easy that I wonder why people try so very hard to make it hard and confusing to understand, let alone follow ( I mean what I have heard at seminars, read etc). Wish your system cross my path earlier, my life would certainly be far different. I guess nothing happens before its time, as they say. In any case, thank you so very much for your time.
    By the way, I do not have a website. Do I need one to become a real estate investor? Daniel

    • Dylan Hampson

      Hi Daniel,

      Thanks for reaching out. It certainly does work! You do not need to have a website to be an investor, but it can’t hurt.


  164. I loved your presentation very much, Thank you and have a great day !

    • Ray Bahng

      Thanks Randy – happy to help!

  165. My daughter and I are just starting with wholesaling. This tool and the case studies will be very helpful. I love that the case studies are simple and straight to the point. Thanks

    • Ray Bahng

      Thanks Florence!

  166. How do you find cash buyer and investment club?

    • Ray Bahng

      Hi Geraldine, I recommend that you check out this great article that talk about how to build your cash buyers list. I’ve also sent you an email so we can communicate better. Thanks! From support(at)

  167. SIP

    Daniil Kleyman, frankly to say that I totally enjoyed your teaching style, as you just get right into the system and explains it in such easy to understand. The main thing why I really like your style, is you speak very less about great life styles and beautiful things because you make so much money. Unlike several other system owners/ advisors, who I’ve paid heaps of dollars to get less from the their system strategies, but more about their great life styles and beautiful houses and cars. So thank you very much for sharing, may God Bless U more with valuable wisdom and kindness soul.

  168. Jennifer

    Is be used as a crm?

    • Matt Lewis

      Hi Jennifer, we think of Rehab Valuator Premium as a deal analysis, marketing, and project management suite. But it is not a CRM. It looks like you have access to our Wholesaling course – have you seen the CRM demo in Module 6?

  169. Daniil,
    Thank you for presenting the case study and how to use Rehab valuator to calculate comps, then ARV, Using Case study & how to fill the deal data into Rehab Valuator made it very simple to use the software. It was stunning to know how you can sell your deal to cash buyers

    • Thank you for the kind words and we’re so happy to hear you’re benefiting from the knowledge Daniil shares. Have a great weekend Harpreet!

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