Is it possible for a wholesale deal to not be a net listing? If so, how? I’m not trying to get around a net listing. I want to know how to do this correctly. I actually have a recent post gaining some pretty good responses (titled “Net Listing vs Wholesaling” I don’t know how to link other forum posts), but still no answer..
For some shareholders inventory accounting changes raise red flags as such moves suggest the company is trying to manage its balance sheet values or profit margins. If price changes are nominal, inventory accounting methods typically render the same balance sheet values and profit levels. That is, First in, First out (FIFO) yields the same results as “Last in, Last Out” (LIFO) as the prices are basically the same.
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With that said, the property is in need of some serious TLC (new roof internal water damage are just a couple of the things I’m aware of), and both units have been vacant for over a year or two. I’m sure the $190k appraisal came in as low as it did for a reason, and I would have to verify the ARV. Also, the property appears to have been refinanced for $357,000 in 2006, so I’m sure the bank will not be too willing to take such a loss for the property as is.
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