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    Buying and Wholesaling Buildable Lots Training

     

     Download the Lot Cheat Sheet Here

    Get Rehab Valuator Premium software here if you don’t already have it.

    How to Analyze Lots and New Construction Deals [Tutorial]

    Price deals, market your wholesale deals.  Buying wholesale lots works for land AND rehabs!

     

    Comments (16 comments so far)


    1. Lorenzo Lacewell

      i bought 7 lots 2years ago they are all next to each other im having a hard time wholesale them i was wondering could you help me out


      • Daniil Kleyman

        I thought I was helping you by showing you this training 🙂 Where are the lots? Are investors building new construction in that area?


      • Daniil Kleyman

        Also, Lorenzo, if you own these lots, you’re technically not wholesaling them anymore. You own them. Why not build on them yourself if the market makes sense?

    2. Very well done Dan and Chris. Great content.


      • Daniil Kleyman

        Thanks, Barry!


    3. Rocky Harlan

      I am SO glad I stumbled across your Rehab Valuator. REALLY! My time (and Mind) is stretched to the limit these days so this genius software of yours is going to save time and Make money for me im sure. Thank yall so much, Rocky


      • Daniil Kleyman

        That’s what I like to hear, Rocky! Glad you stumbled on us as well!


    4. Joe

      Good Information thank you.


    5. Joseph Canton

      I have a patent steel system , built two houses and like to go back and built more very affordables houses , I would like to build 10 houses at the same time , need to get some help .


    6. Cheryl V Fraracci

      Thanks for the timely info on wholesaling lots. I’m working with a builder of in fill and I will be able to ‘earn’ my wholesale fee. I was able to download the cheat sheet, but there was no indication to print nor could I turn it into a document I could save.
      In addition, as I understand the last cheat code ‘multiplying the first floor sq. footage by 2 to get the second floor size’ doesn’t make sense. I think that is the total sq. footage instead.


      • Daniil Kleyman

        Cheryl – you can easily recreate that cheat sheet in Excel yourself 🙂 I only have it in that format

    7. interesting. I have rentals and they keep me pretty busy. I have thought about lots but only in passing. Sorry missed your show.


    8. Andy Strickland

      I am planning to flip infill lot deals to you and Chris. The training on wholesaling infill lots was excellent.I am making offers to sellers who owe back taxes.Targeting out of state owners first,followed by in state owners.


      • JacobC

        Hi Andy,

        Just an FYI Daniil only buys properties in the Richmond, VA area at the moment. However, this training is excellent and you can use it for any number of investors/buyers. Build your buyers list and start making some money 🙂


    9. James Franklin Jr.

      A seller client’s son owns some land and I’d like to know the fundamental steps to go through to discover highest a best use first. I thought I might go to the city planner to find out it’s current master plan (so that this land will not interfere with that master plan), and then move forward with finding out how to evaluate (run a vacate lot CMA), but I don’t want to get fleeced by bringing in someone more experienced than me.


      • Daniil Kleyman

        Look at the underlying zoning first. What can you build “by right”? Then talk to local zoning office and find out what the land can feasibly be reasoned to for a higher/better use. Go from there