Tips For Making Offers On Properties

March 31, 2012 | By | 5 Replies More

Hey, we’ve been getting a lot of questions lately on making offers… so I shot a quick video for you to go over a couple tips.

If you’ve been afraid to make an offer because…

(a) you don’t have a buyer lined up

(b) you don’t have a funding commitment yet

… this is gonna be a BIG eye-opener for you :-)

Tips For Making Offers On Properties

Watch the video below…

If you have any questions on the clauses that I went over, toss ‘em in the comment area. Let me know how I can help.

And like I mentioned in the video, check out this technique that triples the amount of offers you get accepted. It’s pretty darn clever.

Happy Investing!

– Patrick

P.S. – It’s been beautiful in Charleston lately. If you ever visit, make sure you hit up the Windjammer on Isle of Palms. I’m there pretty much all the time now that I only live a block away… so you’ll prob see me there. Check out the view :-)

The Windjammer










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  1. mary says:

    Hi Patrick, great information.

     My question is, when are the clauses used? what I mean by that is, do you put the clauses in a contract when you make the initial offers in writing or after the offers are accepted?

  2. andrei says:

    Creative real estate investing is probably the most interesting part of rental property investment mainly because in real estate everything is negotiable. If done right it can generate a positive cash flow.

  3. Reyna says:

    Thank you for your advice on making offers. Once you have the offer do you take that offer to a title company or what do you do with this contract?                       
     Thank you.


  4. Dg0427 says:

    This seems like the right post for my concern…. I am like fully committed to succeeding in my real estate business, like I know 1000% that this is what I want to do with my life but there is one problem, seemingly huge problem that prevents me from doing this… I don’t know if its just extreme shyness or what but I have an intense fear of speaking to people. Like its actually really embarrassing, I dread speaking to people that I do not know. It has actually held me back all of my life and I do not know how to fix it and since that is like a key aspect of succeeding in this business, I may be out of luck… may be out of luck in life since it is a key factor to doing anything in the world. I don’t know what to do. I have spoken with you before actually on the phone as I tried out your mentoring program for 1 month but again, this problem hindered me from making any progress…. Should I just lock myself in my room and die slowly? How can one be so terrified of something so minute?

  5. johnzaci says:

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