Volume 2: Episode 7: What You Need To Ask Your Buyers When Wholesaling Houses
One of the ways we make a quick return on our investments, with less stress and effort that comes with the traditional flip, is selling houses wholesale.
What this means is we purchase a distressed property below market value and sell to a buyer who is looking to either flip or rent that property.
Real estate guru Michael Owen explains more in this video:
Volume 2: Episode 6 -- Change Your Life
Making a change in life is often met with fear. Fear of change, fear of loss, and fear of failure. Because each of us are unique, we experience these fears to varying degrees.
It is so important to not let those fears stand in the way of your dream.
Flip University co-founder and your host, Michael Owen, gives you his thoughts and motivational tips in this video.
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Volume 2: Episode 5
Whether you are flipping an investment property, or using a property for rental income, one thing that helps your property stand out are simple little wow factors.
At Flip University, we talk about simple things like new light fixtures, cover plates, and a new coat of paint. These little things make a place feel clean and new.
However, one of the current new trends is smart wifi thermostats. There are a number of them on the market, and we do not recommend any unit in particular. But people sure do seem to like them. This trend goes along with wifi controlled switches and lights.
Installing features like this in your investment property could very well make it stand out from similar properties. Standing out makes it memorable -- which increases chances of offers!
In this week's video blog, we show you how to install a smart WiFi thermostat. We've...
Volume 2: Episode 4 - How to Find the Homeowner
So, you've been out looking for potential houses to flip, and you come across a promising candidate.
The yard is unkept, there's mail and flyers stacked up by the door, and it appears to be vacant. All good signs for a distressed property in need of a good flip.
But how do you find the homeowner? Watch this week's blog video to find out!
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Volume 2: Episode 3 -- The Open House
At Flip University, we not only teach real estate investing, we DO real estate investing.
One of the most important things you can do to move a property is to have an open house.
But how do you pull off an effective open house that not only is well-attended, but brings in offers that same day?
Watch this week's video blog to find out!
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Volume 2: Episode 2 - The Short Sale
This week's blog has Flip University co-founder Michael Owen talking about using short sales as yet another tool in your tool box for making money in real estate.
But beware -- there are differences you need to know!
Learn more here in this week's video.
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You bought an investment property to flip. You hired contractors to rip out the outdated kitchen and bathroom, and install beautiful new fixtures and floors, with a fresh coat of paint.
You have a lot of money tied up in this investment, and you want it to sell fast. Why? Because time is money, and real estate is no exception. The faster the sale, the quicker you can move onto to flipping your next house.
You need a listing that will catch the attention of prospective buyers on their laptops, smart phones and tablets. It has to motivate them to call you or your agent.
One of THE MOST IMPORTANT part of your listing are the photographs.
In this week's vlog, Michael Owen discusses
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Volume 2: Episode 1
Home construction and renovation projects can run into hundreds of thousands of dollars. In most jurisdictions, contractors are subject to very little regulation or oversight. We've all heard of horror stories on HGTV programs like Holmes on Homes. Contractors paid in full and the job half complete, and the money is gone.
How then does one pay their contractor and protect oneself? Watch this video and get our free tips on paying your contractor!
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