Habitat for Humanity: Olivia Davis-Benjamin

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Success Path works with Habitat for Humanity

4706 Farmer Street, Houston, Texas Olivia Davis-Benjamin has lived in her home in the Fifth Ward of Houston since the 1970’s. Having lived in this neighborhood since she was two-years old, she raised her five children here and could not imagine living elsewhere. Now a retired widow, she is blind and lives on a fixed income. Though she loves her … Read More

The Components to a Successful Real Estate Transaction

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All students who have had pay days from investing have certain things in common. These are the components that have made up their real estate transactions.

As I have analyzed each student who has had a pay day, here are the standards they have in common. Successful students/new investors do the following: 1. Follow the formulas and steps recommend by the coaching team. a. The student/new investor are coachable. b. They follow the direction of the coaching team and not the commission driven real estate agents … Read More

Habitat for Humanity: Isiah and Matilda Davis

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Isiah and Matilda Davis have lived in their home in Houston’s Fifth Ward for many years and even raised all 8 of their children there. Mr. Davis used to enjoy working on his home, but due to his pending Alzheimer diagnosis, he would often start projects and then be unable to finish them. Mrs. Davis is now her husband’s full-time … Read More

3 Ways to Do More with Less Stress

Christina El MoussaReal Estate Investing0 Comments

It is easier to be more productive if you figure out how to work with less stress. These tips will help you get it all done even when you are overwhelmed.

When I first started designing the renovations for our fix-and-flip houses, I would get really overwhelmed with how much there was to do. I’d walk into a disgusting house that was falling down around my shoulders, and I’d think, “Oh my god, there’s so much to do… Where do I even start?” When I actually got started, though, and I … Read More

4 Easy Ways to Improve Your Home Selling Skills

Tarek El MoussaReal Estate Investing0 Comments

When you work in the real estate investing business—especially in house flipping—it’s easy to start to think that houses sell themselves. In a way, they do. People buy our flip houses because they have beautifully designed floor plans and a bunch of updates, all for a fair market price. However, if we weren’t there to point out the improvements and … Read More

5 Things That Can Kill Your ARV

Tarek El MoussaReal Estate Investing0 Comments

Pay attention to these 5 things before you start flipping a home, as they can really kill your ARV and turn away potential buyers.

One of the things I love about making money flipping houses is figuring out how much a house will be worth after we finish our rehab work. Estimating our ARV (after-repair value) before we buy gives us a good idea of what we’re in for and how much we can spend on rehabs. If we can do this accurately, Christina … Read More