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The adage that real estate investors make the most money on the buy is even more germane with the purchase of distressed real estate. To this extent, I am amazed at the lack of understanding about how to analyze expenses on distressed properties. Often the expense estimate is the second most important figure in an appraisal, with value obviously the most important. Consequently, the inability to appropriately analyze expenses is a critical concern for both investors and appraisers.

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