3 Simple Steps to Proper Due Diligence

Congratulations! You have an accepted offer, the seller has signed the contract, and you’re into the inspection period (due diligence).

Now what?!

It’s not uncommon for the new investor to feel an onslaught of panic at this juncture. There’s nothing to worry about, if you happen to find anything during your due diligence that breaks the deal for you, you have an out. So feel free to proceed with confidence and flair!

To keep it simple, here are three simple steps to follow.

5 Steps to Meeting With a Motivated Seller So That They Take Your “Investor” Offer Seriously

Purchasing real estate directly from a motivated seller is not a one-night stand in the back of a Buick. It is a courting process. Understand that.

These five steps will set you up so that your “Investor Offer” (often referred to, and miscategorized, as a lo-ball offer) is given serious consideration. But! If you skip these steps, you’ll rarely… if ever… make it to the closing table – and your job as a real estate investor is to buy low and close deals.

The Tricks to Getting Your Offer Accepted When Buying a House

So you’ve got leads flowing like the Colorado River at springtime, but if you’re not presenting offers, and more importantly, having those offers accepted, you’re doing a lot of work and not buying a house. First, you must do these four things before you even consider asking for a signature.