An Interview with Flip University

This week's blog post is a special edition.  Flip University founders Michael Owen and Thomas Detert do an interview-style video talking about:

  • why real estate
  • can anyone do it?
  • how to start with no money
  • how real estate investing changed their lives
  • their motivations for creating Flip University
  • the upcoming AFFORDABLE online comprehensive A-Z real estate investing course
  • and more!

Just click on the video below, sit back, and enjoy!

 

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Finding Your Success

real estate success video vlog Jul 15, 2017

Coming to you from Denver, CO, Michael Owen talks about how success in real estate and making money by flipping houses has changed his life, and the life of his business partners and colleagues. Flip University can help you find similar success, and shorten your learning curve to do so!

Website: http://www.flipuniversity.com
FaceBook: http://facebook.com/flipuniversity
Twitter: http://twitter.com/universityflip

Partner Tom's Mental Health Project: http://www.defyingdepression.com, http://facebook.com/DefyingDepression, http://Twitter.com/defying_d

Tom's Photography: http://facebook.com/tomsview

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DIY vs Hiring Contractors

 

Do It Yourself

DIY is a way to keep your costs down on your flip.  If you have the skills, and can do good work this might be an avenue to consider.  Bear in mind, the time you spend doing the work yourself is time you aren’t spending on finding a buyer, or finding your next investment property.  You have to remember that your work will probably be placed under close scrutiny by a home inspector.  If the work isn’t good, it will end up costing you money.  Any sub-standard work or issues found will result in the buyer asking for concessions on the sale price, or demanding the work be repaired or redone.

Hire a Contractor

If you are hiring a contractor, be sure to hire someone who is bonded and licensed.  Check out the contractor online for reviews.  Ask the contractor for references of people that he has done work for.  You may find contractors at home improvement stores such as Home Depot or Lowes, buying larger...

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