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How Do I REALLY Sell My House Fast in Chesapeake?

Today we’re gonna talk about the absolute best time to sell a house.

So when is the best time to sell a property?

Well, the truth is it depends.

If you bought it the right way, then anytime should be the right time.

However, will there be times in the market that are more advantageous than others? Try this one for a minute: Consumers and investors usually follow separate and opposite tracks.

So when all the consumers are buying up real estate, do you know what investors are typically doing? That’s when they’re selling! When everyone is in this buyer’s market, that’s when you can usually sell for the highest price and that’s when investors wanna trade into different properties.

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But the opposite is also true.

When all of the consumers are dumping and saying “The sky is falling and it’s the worst investment that we saw in ’07 and 2008 and 9 and 10!”.

What were investors like me doing? We’re buying up everything like crazy! WarrenBuffett – he had his own hedge fund at the time.

He was buying 30.

40,000 homes per-year into the markets that actually were totally decimated.

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So, best time to sell a home is really at the market high before it falls out is when you’re going to really cash in on top dollar.

But if your strategy requires that, then you may have in fact, the WRONG strategy.

Because if the market is ever turning and moving it away that it’s not advantageous for you, you should be able to continue holding that home, cash flowing it, and continuing to make money on it.

hey what's up guys, I'm a 80 year old man.

gonna teach about real estatetoday so what were gonna talk about is how to calculate your list price.

I'm gonna expoint to you exactly why we do what we do and how everything goes down I'm gonna show you how to grow your business These are the things that today's market, you're gonna love what we did in here alright, were gonna start making some money, that's how we do it Hey what's up guys john cochran here in today is system Saturday day that I you a system that I use my business andyou can rip off duplicate using your own local market now on today system Saturday what we're gonna talkabout is how to calculate your listing price whenever you're getting ready to sell aparticular property now guys whether you are a real estate investor or just a a realtorgoing to be listing a property up onto the marketthis is the most crucial part in my opinion of actually getting a property to sellis coming up with that correct price a year and that the public will buy thatand is very very simple whenever you can really break it down think guys I will tell you this theprice that you bring into the market to it is should be the price that shouldselling for so don't try any of this you know hey if if I if the comps andeverything it's its I'll I'll probably end up getting130 out of it was listed at 140 or 150 and just let the buyer take medown on that guys it does not work we list all of ourproperties for exactly what we get for every singleone of them now the goal on this is to get them into multipleoffers situation and get more for that however but I'm just telling you rightnow that we list our properties for exactly what we want and we don'tpat it up up we don't do any that stuff we list for exactly what we want but howdo you calculate this this listing price to come up with thatmagic figure how do you do that in allcomes down to the very first thing you gonna do and you got a full comparables aroundyour property now when you pull comps or comparables um.

you do this very very simply you want to go anywhere between aquarter mile to a half of a mile around your subject property in a radiussearch particularly you wanna go a quarter milearound your subject property you're also whenyou're pulling comps find out what your value is you're looking for all theseproperties around yours that's sold that's sold with then the past 6 months now why that why do Iwant sold properties within the past sixmonths guy's that is the most accurate way to literally find the valueof your property and you're going on find the value anactor in value over property if you search a mile around yourproperty you know any go back two years market changes so much so you need to be looking for otherproperties that sold within six months of your list date in that the properties or aquarter mile around your subject property that have the similar bedrooms baths and square foot of the property that you're getting readylist this is huge now once you find all the comps once you find all of these comparables andyou find out you know there's you know exact amount of propertiesyou know and that's another thing is that you wanna have anywhere between atleast 2-3 sold comps if it doesn't have two to three sold comps on it guys don't even you shouldn't evenbought a property but you have to have so comparable to go by now when you have the sold comparables and you do the search the searchesalways gonna come straight from the MLS doesn't come from Zillow it doesn't comefrom trulia doesn't come from realtor.

Com it doesn't come from john cochran.

Com it comes straight from the MLS because that's gonna be the mostaccurate data holiness into the MLS will give you a great idea of what other properties a a quarter mile awayfrom your subject property are actually selling for, its gonna tellyou those numbers and how how long days on market, now coming upin calculating your list price, when you're gonna be selling you need that information but let's justreally done this down for you now all you have to do is you just needto identify what retail would be on your particular property thatyou're selling if if was already fixed up if it fix upto the nines what would retail be that's the magic number you gottafind out what retail would be so if you can actually you look at allthese comparables and you come up with a retail figure let's say say one hundred thousanddollars and maybe you're gonna be wholesaling this property of but retailers is one hundred thousanddollars so you're gonna be looking for your target buyer is gonna be realestate investor so when they go that fix up property ifthey sell that property they it's already fixed up they're going to rate a lotfor one hundred thousand dollars right so if your extra strategy is to wholesalethis property you take the retail figure x.

5 = your so in this case it's just 50percent in this case if you identify retailing you're gonna bewholesaling these deals of if you identify retail at one hundredthousand dollars you're gonna be wholesaling these properties upor listing this property for fifty thousand dollars which obviously means you have tobuy a way below or below this fifty thousand dollars inorder to create a spread and that deal and this will give yourwholesaler you know your other real estate investor it will givethem enough skin in the game to where they can make money on thedeal probably somewhere around this your selling for fifty thousand let's justsay you bought it for 45 your selling for fifty thousand you're gonna makefive thousand dollars a wholesale is gonna put or the investors gonna put ah you knowtwenty twenty five thousand dollars in this thing so they got seven grant$72,000 wrapped up in this they're gonna sell for 100 they can make$25,000 on that all day that's the formula.

5 take retail x.

5 equals your list price that if you'regoing to wholesale the deal of now if you're going to prehab that deal the formula is very very similaryou gotta start with your comps you have to start with your comps goquarter mile a way look for the sold properties within six months you need 2-3 comps and they're coming from the MLS sayyou did same exact process you have to identify their retail value first, okay so if you're gonna take a prehab this dealyour gonna make this property rent already a free not everything's gonna me knewwhen it but it's going to me pretty nice you're looking for an average buyer nota buyer to get emotional about what an average buyer somebody that's actuallylooking for a little bit of a deal something a little bit of of that retailback the the formula is very very simply you a takeretail value so you a take the retail value and you times at by.

1 which is 10 percent equals your list price very very simple so if you taking you identify that yourretail value on a prehab is gonna be $100,000 so got one hundred thousand dollars and youtake 10% off on that that means that your last price is goingto be ninety thousand dollars okay so that's a dealthat's the deal it's ten thousand dollars of a retail however when we calculate ourlist price we will never put anything up onto themarket for ninety thousand dollars never okay so in this case we would put thatright up onto the market for $89,900 we always we always always always will round down or something because89.

900 sounds it's not but it sounds a lotcheaper $90,000 very verysimple now if you have a deal that you just rehab this thing I mean this thing is awesome you put all the new doors intothe new group the new Windows you put everything inside the trend the Tile the carpet inside the floor everything they kit everything insidethis thing as new and you rehab this deal you go through the sameexact process you could go when you pull your comps a quartera mile away from the subject property within six months from the MLS in 2-3 sold comps you take the retail value that's exactlywhat you list it for so retail value equals your list price, okay very very simpleso on the same exact situation if you getting your rehab this property you take the retail value let's just saythat it is $100,000 you're gonna listing thatproperty at 100k but where where where Jon list it 99,900because 99,900 sounds way cheaper now let me just cover this for you real quick so why did ah why do we not prices why dowe not pad these is like what I said so at the very beginning in this video Ishared with you you know our list prices are list priceso I why did I not say you know what on this win rehab did that'snice what prices thing at 109,900, 109,900because I'm willing to take 99,000 for butlet just say price in a 109,900 not not not the market super super hotguy's a lot of people do that but let me tell you behind the scenes on what happens ofthat and what buyers actually do so if you take this property and you listed at 109,900 knowing that youwant the 99.

900 figure for that house so the hundredthousand dollars for that house your mind just says will just let them come on and take it down of a list price okay that's where your mind thingshowever what you don't know and what you actually do when you dothat is you missed so many different buyers and you you literally just chop them outthe equation so if a buyer is approved and their approved up to one hundredthousand dollars there never gonna know about this pricebecause they're not gonna be looking at properties for a 109,900 there a prooffor $100,000 that's why we do it that way is becauseyou know if if a buyer right here if they're approved to 90,000 if they approved100,000 they never know about that thing so that's why we don't had any of those in our list price ourlist price is exactly what we want for me that's the formula point a retail x.

5 is your list price ah retail x.

1 or 10 percent of is your prehabing price and retailvalue is you're list price whenever you rehabyour property so guy's like us on Facebook subscribe to ourYouTube channel comment below let me know what you think of these formula I don't know meyo or seventy percent or any that Jaz we don't know any of that stuff we we just makea simple math that it works so comment on this video below, and I'll see you on the next system Saturday.

This is one of the reasons why one of my many rules in real estate is that I buy below the median.

Why do I do that on my short-term buy and holds? Because if the market ever turns AGAINST me, I’m gonna keep on cash flowing that property and those lower-priced homes – they don’t lose value like a million ora half a million dollar home does.

So Warren Buffett has this principle, right?He calls it the margin of risk.

And really when you talk about the best time to sella house, I wanna draw attention to how Warren Buffett has become a billionaire and the, one of the greatest philanthropist of our day and age; all based on a very simple principle you may have heard called Buy Low, Sell High, okay?

Warren is a really great example if you read his book Snowball, of an individual that really live his principles. He must have understood VirginiaInvesting.com!

He says if you wanna reduce your risk, you gotta increase your margin of profitability.

So it’s real simple:If you buy a house as an investor, you buy it with a lot of equity ’cause if you do, whether it’s the wrong or right time to sell, you can sell profitably! Understanding this principle is key for this next part: If you buy the right house, you can sell it anytime for great profit.

I’ve got an example here of the house that I’ve just recently sold.

This is a house that I sold and purchased in ’05 and sold in 2015.

So I’ve held onto this house for 10 years and here’s some background on this house: I actually leveraged a partner’s money and a partner’s credit to buy this house.

So how much money was I into this deal? I wasn’t in it at all.

And I used my staff and my team and we basically lined it up.

Now I have here the HUD.

This is actually the closing documents on selling this house where I received as you can see here a $38,986check.

But here’s the summary on this spread that I wanna point out.

I purchased this house in 2005 and we bought it for $109,000 and a down payment of 10% was $1,069.

My expenses over the life of holding this was 70,000 but my income was a 107.

What’s the difference? Roughly $37,000 that we got to make in cash flow and to down payments, deposits, along the way.

Then when we sold the house, we collected a check for $28,000 that me and my partner got to split afterI paid back my partner the $9,000 that he put in.

So he put in the money, he got paid back.

So basically there’s 28,000 of profits to split, there’s 37,000 that was made along the way, 37 and 28 is roughly $65,000, okay? So this tiny little house – 4 bedroom, 1 and a half bath, did a good job taking care of me.

Now let’s just for a moment take a look at the ROI.

I could’ve sold this house at any time but why did I sell it now? Well, it’s been a cash cow.

The little bit out, how do I know it’s a cash cow? For a moment, take a look at the ROI! We put in $9,000 but look at what we got out? $65,000! That’s a 720%increase.

Now, divide that over holding the home for10 years and that is 72% a year on your money.

Now, my business partner and I made 72% a year based on whose money? His money! He’s.

he and I get to split the ROI 36% each.

But let me ask you, if I put no money in, what is my real net ROI? It’s infinite! Think about it.

I didn’t put anything in, but I got all of that money coming back out to me.

So this is an example of ‘I could’ve sold this house at any time.

It’s been cash flow cowing.

Why did I really sell it?’.

Because the market was right! What do you do when the market’s wrong? Just keep making money and keep cash flowing! When you do real estate the right way, it can always be a great time to buy, hold, or sell.

which is why I love short-term buy and hold strategies ’cause I get to make my money along the way.

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s video on the best time to sell your house.

Put some comments below! We’d love to respond and give you the help that you need as we work on turning you into a brilliant, bright, and successful real estate investor.

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Welcome to another edition of Fridays withFred, my name is Fred Sed.

I got a call from a seller of mine that's looking to list andsell their home with us and he asked me.

Fred, do I have to pay Capital Gains or income taxeson whatever my equity is? This is the answer I have for you.

For him, it was a little bitdifferent.

But for you, it depends on what type of property you own.

Option 1.

If youown an investment property, you're always going to have the liability of paying incometax or Capital Gain on whatever the equity might be.

Because it's an investment property.

No matter if you own it for 6 months or 10 years, you're going to pay Capital Gains.

Now, whether or not you're going to pay it, or how much you owe on it, that depends onthe equity, the net equity.

Meaning after commissions that you pay for agents to sellthe property, repairs, appreciation of value, or whatever it might be your CPA or accountantknows and they'll tell you what taxes you actually have to pay on that net equity.

Butyou are subject to and liable for Capital Gains on any investment property in Californiano matter how long you've owned the home.

Remember that.

Number 2, if its the principleresidence, this is the breakdown for that.

If you own the principle residence for lessthan two years and you sell within two years of owning it, for example.

You bought it ayear ago and you're selling it today and you close tomorrow whatever it might be.

You'llalso be subject to Capital Gains and what that amount will be depends on all the factorsI talked about before in regards to what your equity is, what your cost is, acquisition,closing cost, etc.

That's for your accountant and CPA to figure out.

The second aspect ofselling your principle residence and having to pay taxes or not on the equity is the following.

If you own the property for more than 2 years, this is the cool part.

In California, as longas you're a single individual or married it's broken up into those categories.

If you'resingle, you're allowed up to $250,000 of tax free equity.

So if you've only made $150,000in equity of 4 years of owning it, you don't pay a dime in taxes or capital gains.

Butif you break that quarter million dollar mark as a single individual, you will be subjectto capital gains of whatever that amount is above a quarter million.

If you're marriedin California, you're allowed up to $500,000 in tax free equity.

Anything beyond that,you'll be subject to capital gains.

Either way, consult or talk to your CPA or your accountantin regards to "would I owe anything", "do I owe anything" prior to selling it.

That'ssome of the vendors we have access to that we give our sellers if they have any questions.

If you have any questions about your property in general, contact me 7 days a week at (949)272-0125.

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