Fixer Upper House
November 22, 2014
How many times have you driven past a fixer upper house and wanted to take it from being an eyesore to a beautiful flip? It’s happened to me countless times. At least once or twice a day, I drive by them and have the same thoughts. A fixer upper house with obvious issues can be a great opportunity as long as you understand and accept what you’re getting yourself into!
And to be honest, it’s one of the most satisfying processes in the real estate investing industry. The feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction is like no other. To take a fixer-upper house in it’s initial condition and rehab it into an aesthetically pleasing beauty is one of my favorite things in the world to do. I love the feeling of accomplishment when you complete and sell a flip that you’ve taken from being a dud to a diamond!
One can purchase a fixer upper house in a great area for below market price, invest time and capital rehabbing it, and end-up with a home that is like brand-new that’s worth 2-3 times what you paid for it. Sounds like a no-brainer, right? Most of the time, it is. But purchasing one of these homes can weigh you down with all kinds of problems. So before you dive-into that task, ensure that you have a realistic idea of what you’re getting yourself into!
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