Do You Need A Lot of Money to Flip Houses?

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You don't need a lot of your own money to flip houses, but you do need to find sources of money who will help you invest in flip houses.

Real estate funding is a big concern with house flippers. Christina and I are always asked by our Success Path students whether they need a lot of money to start flipping or even how they can find money. After all, most people don’t have $200,000 or more lying around in liquid assets that they can spend on a flip. Since money … Read More

3 Surprising Places I Shop for Rehab Supplies

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If you are trying to save money on your flip, then quit shopping for brand new rehab supplies and try looking at these 3 places instead.

When it comes to finding a great deal, I’ve become a real master. After all, the key to fixing and flipping houses is to get a great deal upfront and then avoid paying too much for your rehabs. You don’t want to do poor work. You want to really bring the house up to its true market value with renovations … Read More

Five Different Ways To Get Paid Flipping a House (There’s Not Just One!)

Tarek El MoussaBlog, Flipping Houses, Real Estate Business, Real Estate Investing0 Comments

Flip homes, but not literally. This one was actually built upside down.

When you think of flipping a house, what’s the first thing you think of? The check you make on the deal, right? That’s why we flip houses! But the real question is how did you get paid on the deal, and I don’t mean whether you got a handwritten check or a bank transfer from the settlement company! What I … Read More

How to Wholesale a House Successfully (Tarek’s Favorite)

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"Sold" sign.

There are a lot of different ways to wholesale a house. In fact, it’s one of my favorite strategies for new real estate investors who want to get into flipping houses. Let’s dive in. First, what is wholesaling? Wholesaling real estate means selling a house “as-is” to another buyer—typically another investor who’s going to rehab it, and then rent it … Read More