Free 70 Percent Rule Calculator

Maximum Allowable Offer for Flipping

This is the maximum that a house flipper would be able to offer a property owner to ensure a profitable deal.

Rule Percentage

Adjust this as necessary to meet your market conditions.

After Repair Value (ARV)

Get it from the free ARV calculator

Property Rehab Estimate
House Flipper Maximum Allowable Offer (MAO)

$40,000


Maximum Allowable Offer for Wholesaling

This is the maximum that a wholesaler can offer for a property when accounting for the wholesale finder's fee.

Wholesale Fee
Wholesaler Maximum Allowable Offer (MAO)

$35,000


The free seventy percent rule calculator will help you determine your Maximum Allowable Offer (MAO) calculated from your After Repair Value (ARV) and estimated Rehab Costs whether you are a house flipper or a real estate wholesaler.


What is the 70% Rule?

The seventy percent rule is a rule of thumb that is used to calculate how much to offer for a property in order to ensure that a flip or wholesale real estate deal will be profitable.

You can use this calculator, to easily come up with your maximum allowable offer based on any percentage.

The post: What is the 70% Rule When Flipping Houses? gives a complete explanation of what the rule means and how to apply it to your real estate investing.


How can I estimate ARV?

The 70 percent rule calculation requires that you have already found the after repair value (ARV) of your property.

You can use the Free ARV Calculator to quickly estimate the ARV of your property to enter in the 70% rule calculator.

In order to understand the details as to how to calculate ARV, read the post How to Find Comps and Calculate ARV.


How can I estimate rehab costs?

Read the following post How to Estimate Real Estate Rehab Construction Costs to understand how estimate typical repair costs when wholesaling real estate or house flipping.