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Excellent tutorial. Graphic display is somewhat small for cell phone. Would be helpful if tutorial displayed with sharper clarity.
First tutorial video screen is blurry, Cannot read anything on the screen as you speak and make reference to screen shots.
We’re aware that on some machines the new tutorials are not as clear as they should be. We’re working on it. Thanks for letting us know.
The program is Great ,still missing the total Projet cost, Purchase price, Rehab and Closing cost Put toghether rather than using a calculator
I’m not sure what you’re referring to. In the Offer Price Cacluator (Max Offer Tool) line 10 is the End-Buyer Costs basis. That is the total cost of the project. In the main analysis on the Rehab & Flip or Hold Analysis page you have item 19 (total capital needed), 24 (Cash Required), and then 25 (Total All-in Cost at end of Rehab). No calculator needed. If you need further clarification email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
I cant hardly read the valuator ,the letters are to small……..
Every web browser has a zoom function. Use that. It will blow everything up for you. If you’re on a Windows PC you can usually do that by holding down the CTRL Key and scrolling your mouse wheel. If you have questions email me at email@example.com to let me know specifically what device and web browser you’re using.
Like this and have used it twice this weekend.
The top fields of the deal should port over to scenario 2 and 3. This allows the person keying into simply update rather than re-key. Remember, quick is good. I looked at 8 properties today and it’s good to see the quick value.
Now go one step further, the ability to rate deals against each other. So of the 8 deals I looked at today, which one was my best deal? Again, I realize this is meant to be quick, but comparing and understanding opportunity cost is good!
I didn’t see if you could export to Excel, that would be a good option as well.
Thanks for the feedback! We keep a list of customer feedback and when we go to do the next release we always go over all the suggestions like yours. Keep them coming! Customers like you help drive the direction of the program.
Just finished with Wholesale RehabRent Or flip,Don,t know much about computers but I think I can do this,well be slow but with your help I can do it.
Hi Mr. Allman,
Our software is very easy to use but if you have any questions please reach out to us. We’re always happy to help.
I am not sure what I am missing but I can not find the Max Offer Calculator can you help me find it.
Hi James. You can find our Max Offer Calculator by signing up for a Lite Free account with us. You can see all of our offerings and sign up here: http://www.rehabvaluator.com/pricing
very helpful save lots of time doing it manually.
Great presentation guys.
Thank You !!!
You’re welcome, Duane! 🙂
This was very helpful and I’ll be using this information to help me on my wholesaling deals thank you.
Glad to hear it, Dameon! Reach out if we can help with anything. Thanks!
Thanks for all this info, tools just this is the best .
Daniil, this is a very powerful tool to have. I take it that once you get your Max Offer Number you will be able to my your offer to the seller. Thanks.
That is correct! Once you calculate your max offer, you can make your offer to the seller. Please reach out if you have any other questions.
This calculation platform is by far the best I have seen. I used it with a potential client whos property is held in trust. The link to our reports, comps, etc warranted merita for us even tho the sellers want too much for a 1955 2 bed 1 bath home on a 20,000 sq ft lot.
Thanks for the kind words!
I haven’t seen or read or watched anything that wasn’t very informal . Your very thorough on everything.
Just was checking out this Calculator and was wondering is there any way I can put this calculator indepently on my phone for a quick access?
Thank you in advance for your reply!
PS; love this calculator but little clarity needed even on computer its kind of fuzzy looking.
Currently, we do not have an app for your phone or tablet device. That being said, you certainly can create a desktop or home screen shortcut of our software to quickly access it.
Thank you for all of your help, software is amazing! Does this quick offer/max offer calculator take into account the costs associated with interest payment during the rehab? I know the assumption panel page factors it in but for the max offer calculator does the interest payment during the rehab affect the max offer amount?
Hi Andrew, you would want to specifically utilize the assumptions panels on the detailed analysis page to incorporate your interest payments. Send us an email at support(at)rehabvaluator.com if you have any further questions!
I like this.
I thought the tutorial was great thanks a lot hopefully I will have the confidence to make my first deal soon thank you
This is a tremendous time saving value and it makes calculating my max offer easy and my ability to make quick accurate offers knowing what my ROI return will be. Excellent!
Max offer tutorial is very informative I learned a lot from this tutorial.This was worth my investment. what an awesome program for wholesaling tax delinquent and flipping. I am a newbie to all of this but loving very bit of the programs
Thank you for your feedback!
This was very useful
Thus software is very nice thank you
Thanks, we’re glad to hear that.
So in essence, the max % ARV is actually 1 – Profit Margin. So if I wanted 15% profit, I would use 85% as my max % ARV.
It is not like using the 70% rule (MAO=.7*ARV-Rehab costs).
Is that correct?
Thank you for commenting.
If you don’t plan to Rehab the property and are not paying holding/closing costs you could use the Max Calculator to figure out your profit margin as you have mentioned.
Typically, you will be paying holding/closing costs so you will want to include those when using the Max offer calculator. You can also use the Max Offer calculator for the rule of 70. If you enter 70 as your ARV and enter your rehab costs and closing/holding the calculator the max offer calculator will show you the maximum offer you could purchase/put the property under contract for and still be at 70 percent of ARV on the deal.
I hope this helps.
Thanks again for commenting and have a great day!
Thank you this video increased my understanding of the calculations involved
Hi Monica! Thank you for the nice comment! Happy to know they were helpful.
Yes, This is the process that I need to get to closing on more REI deals as wholesaler.
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