Why Off Market Real Estate Deals Should Be Added To Your Investment Portfolio

PAUL ESAJIAN | April 19, 2018

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Off market real estate deals are great for investors looking to gain an edge over their competition. While it may seem like supply is low and demand is high (making it more difficult to find deals) what you may not know is that hundreds of properties are sold each month without ever being listed on the MLS. These pocket listings don’t have to break the bank either! In fact, implementing the following tips will make it easier than ever to find off market properties at great prices.

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