REO is one of those terms that you hear a lot lately but can’t quite place. And for people of a certain age, it calls to mind a certain 1970s and ’80s rock band. Alas, that’s not the REO of which we speak. So what is an REO? CNBC explains.
What is an REO? REO stands for Real Estate Owned…
Nothing more to add about the project that I haven’t already mentioned, so let’s jump into the stats and financial details:
Here are the key timeline milestones:
Purchase Offer Date: 7/23/2012
Purchase Closing Date: 11/15/2012
Rehab Completion Date: 2/12/13
Sale Listing Date: 2/12/2013
First Sale Contract Date: 2/13/2013
Final Sale Contract Date: 2/13/2013
Sale Closing Date:3/15/2013
Here is the breakdown of financials for this project:
Here are just some of the final statistics that I’ve been tracking for all my projects, and that summarize the success/failure of each project pretty well:
From Offer to Purchase Time: 115 Days
Rehab Time: 20 Days
Selling Days on Market: 1 Day
Selling Close Time: 30 Days
Total Hold Time (Close to Close): 120 Days
Total Profit: $36,436…
As inventories tighten and buyers have returned to the market, we are seeing the days of people pouncing on homes the minute they are listed, very reminiscent of the early parts of the 2000′s…
Several weeks ago I wrote about why competition is a GREAT thing because it can have many positive influences on your business. While I’m generally a firm believer that competition from other real estate professionals brings out more positive actions in one’s business than bad, I want to discuss the negative side of this equation to tease out some red flags when facing fierce competition…
The answer is obviously 1. If you get anything else, you did math wrong.
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