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After Repair Value (ARV) is an estimate of a property’s value after it’s repaired. This serves as a proxy for the market value of the price. The most common use of ARV is in house flipping, when an investor buys a distressed house, fixes it up, and sells it. Many investors follow the 70% Rule, which states the purchase price should be 70% (or less) than the total of the ARV, minus the cost of repairs.

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