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How to Analyze a New Construction Single-Family Home Property

How to Analyze a New Construction Single-Family Home Property

Update: 2024-03-01
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How to Analyze a New Construction Single-Family Home Property in Dayton



Your ability to analyze deals is arguably the most important skill as a real estate investor. It allows you to make smart investment decisions and helps you avoid making career-ending bad decisions, such as buying cash-flowing-sucking vampire properties.



In this class, James will help you utilize The World's Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™ (a free download) to analyze a new construction single-family home that you plan to buy as an investment.



Analyzing new construction is slightly different from analyzing resale properties, and James will cover these differences in this deal analysis class.



Check out the video from this class here:



How to Analyze a New Construction Single-Family Home Property - Video



Or, check out the deal analysis example for Dayton, Ohio:



Deal Analysis for Dayton 5% Down Single-Family Home Nomad™ Property



Free Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet: Download a copy of the newest version of The World's Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™ by going to:

https://RealEstateFinancialPlanner.com/spreadsheet

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How to Analyze a New Construction Single-Family Home Property

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