The Creative Offer Cheat Sheet
You can have sellers call you all day long, go on endless amounts of appointments but if you’re not getting offers accepted, you’re not going to be in business very long.
Don’t worry, this post will help you get your offers accepted.
The big question is are you making offers, and if you are, are they the right offers?
That’s the question.
If you’re not making offers, you need to go on more appointments.
If you’re not going on appointments, you either need more incoming calls or you need help converting on the phone to sellers.
Assuming you’re making offers and not getting at least 35% of them accepted, then you’re probably not making the right offer to the seller. You need to know that not every offer should be a wholesale offer.
Meaning, you have a property with an ARV of $200,000 and your offer is between $90,000 to $100,000. That’s a wholesale offer!
Read this 15 times if you have to… If you’re only making wholesale offers, you’re either not doing deals or not doing very many of them. I 100% guarantee that.
You should be making more creative offers to sellers based on the type of lead, the amount of equity on the house, and if there’s a loan on the property or not.
At the same time, you as a real estate investor should be very well-rounded and doing different types of deals.
1. Buying homes outright (To wholesale, rehab, or hold as rentals)
2. Buying properties on Subject To terms (To rehab or hold as rentals)
3. Buying properties where the seller finances you and is your bank (Owner finance)
Let’s just be honest, if you’re making offers and not getting them accepted, you’re not making the right offers.
Below is a cheat sheet that you can follow that will really help you make more creative offers and ultimately help you get more of your offers accepted from the sellers.
You can right-click the image below, print it out, and use it in your business to make the right creative offer to get more deals accepted.
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