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Don't know a deal is worth the hassle? Are you familiar with the 70% rule? If not here you go:
The 70% rule can help flippers when they’re scouring real estate listings. Basically, it says that investors should pay no more than 70% of the after-repair value of a property minus the cost of the repairs necessary to renovate the home.
What does this mean? The after-repair value, or ARV, of a property is the amount that a home could sell for after flippers renovate it. When buying a home to flip, investors need to estimate how much they think the property could sell for after it’s been renovated. They can then multiply that amount by 70% and subtract it from the estimated cost of renovating the property
This deal notably helps you calculate profit but it also allows you to see if the deal meets the rule for your lender!
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