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Partnering in Atlanta

Hello all!

My partner and I would love to partner up with some other investors in the Atlanta market. Specifically looking to flip and wholesale. Hoping to be able to partner with some fellow DG'ers Smiling

need help asap

i found a house that is for sale but not on the market yet. The arv is $234,000. it needs 31000 of rehab ( on the high side) its in a prime area according to the real estate agent that went by just to check it out. The owner wants 130,000 for the house. I found someone that is interested in it but they need to get a loan to do it. I just want to wholesale the house. How do i do that if they need a bank to purchase the home?

courage!!!!

I'm building up the courage to take the next step, this alone is a step in the right direction.... just looking for positive, moral support to help me get over that hump.

Cash Buyer or Private Lender Alert!!!!!!!

My name is Stephanie Cherry. I am looking for a private lender or investor who will purchase or lend me the funds to purchase this property. Below is the information about this property.

Property Address: 1485 Langston Ave. SW, Atlanta, GA, 30310
ARV: $220,000
Seller's Asking Price: $90,000
Estimated Cost of Repairs: $70,000
Property Type: Duplex
Bedroom: 4
Bath: 2
Sq.Ft.: 1728

Cash Buyer or Private Lender Alert!!!!!!!

My name is Stephanie Cherry. I am looking for a private lender or investor who will purchase or lend me the funds to purchase this property. Below is the information about this property.

Property Address: 1485 Langston Ave. SW, Atlanta, GA, 30310
ARV: $220,000
Seller's Asking Price: $90,000
Estimated Cost of Repairs: $70,000
Property Type: Duplex
Bedroom: 4
Bath: 2
Sq.Ft.: 1728

Rookie: Eager to get started/Need Help!

I've been wanting to get involved in Real Estate Investing for a while now, but have had that fear of failure, so I haven't taken action until now. I have found a foreclosure that has already gone through auction with no bidders, so it will be going back to the bank and be in a six month "Redemption" period. I'm not sure exactly what that means, but I know that banks don't want empty houses sitting on their books. I know this house would be a great investment as a rental property. Rentals are being grabbed up as soon as they are listed in this area. I want to take advantage of the market right now, but I don't know what step to take next. Do I contact the bank that currently holds the lien on the property and try to negotiate a deal with them?

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