Fix and flip projects are not for the faint of heart - they’re a big commitment, they can be stressful, and above all else, they require a lot of hard work. For these reasons, people with certain traits tend to be highly successful in the craft - while those who don’t have those skills (and won’t hire someone who does) have a much harder time.
Picking up a Fix & Flip property is an alluring investment, but it’s not without risk. Check out the video below to find out the 4 must-do renovations to help you mitigate risk and make the best return.
Washington, DC neighborhoods are constantly evolving and changing. Do you know which ones are hot spots to watch for real estate investing? Check out our video below to find out our top 4 for 2018 and see what makes each one of them prime candidates for your next investment project.
When you’re thinking about a fix and flip, it’s important to know ahead of time the expected costs, revenue, and profit margin on the investment. This might seem easy to the casual observer - just the sale price minus the cost of renovations and cost to purchase the property, right? Not so fast - there are a number of other costs that a prudent investor should consider before jumping into a real estate project.
If you’re looking to build or rehab a home in Virginia, it’s important to have an idea of which form of financing might be right for you. Depending on your goals, a construction loan might be the best fit for getting the job done.
It has been a busy week for the team...some of us traveled to Scottsdale, Arizona for the 45th National Private Lending Conference, better known as the Pitbull Conference, while the rest of the team held down the fort back at HQ. Here’s your weekly round up of real estate links we love…