Real estate business nowadays is starting to pick up after the challenging recession that had happened recently. Although some skeptics say that the recession is still abound and haunting us, a few people didn’t believe so. And thus they started to do some reinvesting on certain valuable items and one of them is real estate. But most of them depend on real estate wholesaling business.
But what exactly is real estate wholesaling? What are its components? Are there pros and cons in getting into this business? And lastly, is it all worth the risk? Hopefully we try to find the answers to those questions here.
Real estate wholesaling is defined as the real estate or property is being sold to another investor. Take note that the property here is under distress or being challenged. Normally the seller doesn’t shell out money, and if he does, he pays it in the minimum amount possible or credit lines. After the property is sold, he gets his money back. That is his ultimate goal, similar to that of the buy and sell concept, only this is a bit challenging and on a different level.
Real estate wholesaling has its components: the distressed property and the investor or the seller. The seller will try to buy the property depending on its price and sometimes have to use his personal finance or getting credit line or high interest loans to be able to get the property and sells it to another investor. Note that he doesn’t mind about the background of the property that he got; what’s important to him is the finding the right deal and the investor network where he can sell his property to.
An advantage of this kind of business is that you can easily get your money or investment back and can purchase as many properties and sell them off one by one.