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How to Find Heavily Discounted Investment Property [On-Demand Webinar]

Investing in heavily discounted property is a great way to create instant equity.

However, finding genuinely discounted opportunities among the hundreds of thousands on the market is a challenging task.

This recorded webinar will show you how you can use our powerful technology to identify heavily discounted properties, saving you time and money on your next investment and creating equity.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to search and analyse hundreds of heavily discounted investment properties. 
  • How to target motivated vendors who want their property sold quickly and may be more open to negotiation.
  • Ways to instantly assess the estimated value of the deal, so you can see if there is an equity gap between market value and purchase price.
  • How you can input search criteria and then let the discounted deals come to your inbox.
  • How to assess any deal and easily crunch the numbers to see how it compliments your portfolio before you commit to the deal.

Webinar Recording and Q&A

 

 

 
Dennis Wong
Dennis Wong
Real Estate Investar product specialist.

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