Real Dealz 31: Market Analysis

Episode 31 starts with the standard Introduction and Segment Summary where Tucker covers the latest news with his Development company as well as what the topics will be for each segment.   He then goes into a quick mention about our Show Sponsor, Iron Bridge Lending.  In the “Deal of the Week” segment Tucker goes into detail about a Probate Wholesale Deal that were in the process of closing.  In this weeks “Main Topic” Tucker teaches you how to conduct Market Analysis in your market.  He then goes into a combined segment of “Direct Mails Greatest Hits” and the “Golden Nugget” where he reads a hate letter that he received from a crazy lady and then transitions into the Golden Nugget which is ensuring that you have thick skin in this business.  In the “No BS Zone” segment, he comments on an REO product that Gurus continue to pitch even though there’s currently no market for REO’s.  Tucker then ends the Episode with a great Success Quote from Michael Jordan.  We hope you enjoy this episode and please leave us comments and reviews!

Episode 31 Segment Notes:

  • Intro/Summary
  • Special Sponsor Segment: “Iron Bridge Lending” Lending Programs
  • Deal of the Week: Probate Wholesale Deal
  • Main Topic: How to Conduct Market Analysis in your Market
  • Direct Mails Greatest Hits: Tucker reads a Hate Letter he Received
  • Golden Nugget: Having Thick Skin in this Business
  • No BS Zone: REO Programs
  • Success Quote: Michael Jordan
  • Transition Music: Various Artists
  • Ending Music: Jay Z – HOVA


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  1. Hey Guyz, great episode!
    One thing I haven’t heard Tucker talk about is when mentioning his net profit on his wholesales, rehabs, new construction, etc….that money doesn’t all go in his pocket correct? He has taxes, employees to pay, overhead, marketing, etc.

    For example, if I make $10k net profit on a wholesale deal, I have to figure 25-30% of that for taxes, marketing/business expenses….whats leftover goes in hip national bank.

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    • Dan

      Yeah, Tucker keeps this type of financial information private and I’m sure it really varies a bit depending on what deal/project and when.

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