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6 10, 2020
  • HGTV’s Jasmine Roth Offers 3 Tips to Renovate Your Flip for Less

HGTV’s Jasmine Roth Offers 3 Tips to Renovate Your Flip for Less

By |2020-10-13T14:50:27-04:00October 6th, 2020|Categories: Flipping, Home Improvements, Home Upgrades, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Renovating homes in a way that produces the best results in the most economical way is the primary goal of a flipper. Home renovation expert Jasmine Roth, host of HGTV’s Hidden Potential, Help! I Wrecked My House, and Rock the Block, shares her tips on how to spend less but get more on your next flip renovation. Layer on Top of a Brick Fireplace Brick inside a home can be hit or miss with buyers. Some love the look, which can work well in industrial-style spaces, or in ones with French country character. Other house hunters may feel that the

27 09, 2020
  • 3 Inexpensive Ways to Trick-Out Your Flip

3 Inexpensive Ways to Trick-Out Your Flip

By |2020-09-28T16:45:53-04:00September 27th, 2020|Categories: Flipping, Hard Money Loans, Home Improvements, Home Upgrades, Investments, Remodeling Tips, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Flipping a house can be an expensive undertaking. But every improvement to your property doesn’t have to cost a lot to impresses buyers. Consider these three ways to trick-out your flip and win the hearts of buyers without spending a ton of cash. Spruce-Up Your Stairs If you want to customize the wooden stairs inside of your flip painting on a runner can do just the trick. You can give your future homeowner the look of carpeted steps without all of the worrisome maintenance. When choosing a design consider establishing a theme throughout your home. For instance, if your kitchen

11 09, 2020
  • Texas Flipper Discovers 40K Gallon Pool Beneath Backyard Junk at Hoarder House

Texas Flipper Discovers 40K Gallon Pool Beneath Backyard Junk at Hoarder House

By |2020-09-13T23:06:08-04:00September 11th, 2020|Categories: Cleaning, Flipping, Foreclosures, Investment, Investment Properties|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

When 35-year-old house flipper John Reynolds purchased a dilapidated property just weeks before it was slated for demolition he had no idea that the end result would be enough to make his head swim. The 1950s home had been owned by a hoarder for 20 years, and it sat vacant for more than a year after the homeowner had passed away. Reynolds purchased the property from the local county authority for $20,000. While his primary focus was on the inside of the home he noted that something was off about the backyard, aside from the fact that it was wildly

6 07, 2020
  • Want to Paint Your Boring Concrete Steps? Do This, and Not That

Want to Paint Your Boring Concrete Steps? Do This, and Not That

By |2020-06-18T12:31:09-04:00July 6th, 2020|Categories: Curb Appeal, Flipping, How To, Tips|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

If you have boring concrete steps leading to the front door of your flip a creative paint design can transform them from unremarkable to unforgettable. A little paint and patience is all it takes to make a statement that increases your curb appeal. Heed these do’s and don’ts to take your entry a step ahead of the rest. Do Clean Carefully Thoroughly scrub your steps clean using a nylon bristle brush and a degreaser. Concrete must be super clean and free of moisture in order for paint to adhere. Allow your steps to dry for at least 48 to 72

1 07, 2020
  • What Causes Nail Pops and How Do You Fix Them?

What Causes Nail Pops and How Do You Fix Them?

By |2020-06-18T12:10:12-04:00July 1st, 2020|Categories: Home Improvements, Home Upgrades, How To, Remodeling Tips, Tips|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Nail pops occur when nail heads pop through the surface of sheetrock walls and create bumps or cracks. Here’s why they happen and how you can fix them if they pop up during your renovation. What Causes Nail Pops? One main cause of nail pops is the movement of wood framing. Over time lumber moves and changes shape ever so slightly as its moisture content fluctuates. During this process the dimensions of the wood—its length, width, and depth—shrink and expand at different rates. This movement causes nails to back out of the drywall and pop through the surface. There are

1 05, 2020
  • Considering Travertine Floors for Your Flip - Let’s Talk Positives and Negatives

Considering Travertine Floors for Your Flip? Let’s Talk Positives and Negatives

By |2020-05-09T09:13:17-04:00May 1st, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Travertine is a timeless stone that’s typically found in the mountains of Mexico, Italy, Turkey, Peru, and Iran. It’s stylish and durable, but it doesn’t come without its drawbacks. If you’re considering travertine for your flip take a look at some of the pros and cons. Positives Appearance Travertine is available in a variety of earth tones, like tan, beige, grey, off-white, rust, and brown. It has a surface that’s more subtle than granite or marble, and can give your floors a sense of old-world style. Over time travertine floors develop a patina, which can give them distinct character. Durability

22 04, 2020
  • Red Flag Flips - Signs That You May Need to Skip a Flip (Part 2)

Red Flag Flips: Signs That You May Need to Skip a Flip (Part 2)

By |2020-05-09T09:09:47-04:00April 22nd, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Don’t let the profit potential of a flip cloud your better judgement. A property that appears to be a financial homerun could wind up being a money pit if you’re not careful. Beware of these red flags that may mean you need to skip a flip. A Substantial Price Drop The house you’re currently considering was initially a little overpriced, and for that reason you passed it up. A modest price drop of a few thousand dollars helped renew your interest. No red flags there. But when the price of a property is severely discounted, for instance by the tens

16 04, 2020
  • Red Flag Flips - Signs That You May Need to Skip a Flip (Part 1)

Red Flag Flips: Signs That You May Need to Skip a Flip (Part 1)

By |2020-05-09T09:09:14-04:00April 16th, 2020|Categories: Flipping, Hard Money|Tags: , |0 Comments

While you’re in the flipping business to make money, profit potential shouldn’t be your only consideration when deciding whether or not to purchase a property. Beware of these red flags that may mean you need to skip a flip. Lots of Homes for Sale in the Neighborhood If there are lots of homes on the market in the neighborhood it could simply be happenstance, or it could be a red flag that a larger issue is at play. Perhaps land nearby is going to be purposed for something that homeowners don’t want to live near, like a commercial development, or

11 04, 2020
  • The Popularity of Porches - Trends Show Why Your Flip Needs One

The Popularity of Porches: Trends Show Why Your Flip Needs One

By |2020-05-08T23:31:53-04:00April 11th, 2020|Categories: Flipping, Hard Money|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Nearly 65 percent of new single-family homes built in the U.S. in 2018 had porches, according to data from the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) and the U.S. Census Bureau. In what part of the country were porches most common? In the East South Central. Ninety-four percent of single-family homes built in the East South Central division, which includes Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Alabama, were built with porches. Seventy-four percent of newly-built homes in the Mountain division (Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming) had porches. In the Pacific division, which includes California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, and

6 04, 2020
  • Why Copper Surfaces May Help Sell Your Flip

Why Copper Surfaces May Help Sell Your Flip

By |2020-05-08T23:31:19-04:00April 6th, 2020|Categories: Flipping, Hard Money|Tags: , |0 Comments

Copper obviously plays a critical role in plumbing, but it’s becoming an increasingly appealing choice in interior design due to its nature as a germ repellant. According to a recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, copper and its alloys like brass and bronze have antimicrobial properties that have been proven to kill more than ninety-nine percent of bacteria within two hours of exposure. Copper has the ability to continuously sanitize its surface and destroy germs like E.coli, MRSA, and Norovirus. The antimicrobial benefits of this metal can be an added selling point for potential homebuyers who

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