News and Information for the House Flipping Community
For many house flippers hard money is a good source of capital because of the ease and speed of the transaction.
For a new investor, finding a trusted contractor to work with is critical. Janice Zaltman with Form Simplicity offers 8 essential tips for selecting a contractor that won’t leave the you underwater.
Some of the best opportunities for locating the right properties are not listed on any public real estate listing sites.
Than Merrill's excellent article recommends six critical documents to help reduce your exposure to risk.
Three phases in house flipping and tips for each phase to save money.
There are a few questions you should ask yourself before you secure a hard money loan.
Spending time and money on expensive improvements can actually make your real estate investment harder to sell. Maximize your budget with these tips.
Beyond the cost of the property and the repairs, What are some of the other costs associated with flipping transaction?
Adding a ceiling fan is a nice detail but it's important to get the right size for the space and the optimal hanging distance from the ceiling.
Having a contractor will cost more upfront but can save you money in the long run. A contractor can keep the project on track and help insure the job does not fail inspections.
There are plenty of articles and studies showing which cities are ripe for house flippers, but what about something closer to home?
Bill Gassett details three main differences between hard and soft money loans for the real estate market.