Buying a fixer upper home is very risky but you can still make some money if you are careful. Start by knowing the improvements you need that are critical to the overall quality of the house. Some im...
We all know that we have to do a bit extra work on our investment to get it up to scratch and make it appealing to Mr and Mrs Buyer. Remember, rather than spending less, they will be looking to spend ...
Home renovations can run the gamut when it comes to the type of work involved, as well as the time and money needed. Some renovations can be completed in a matter of weeks at a nominal cost, while oth...
Done right, flipping fixer uppers is perhaps one of the easiest ways to get into real estate investing. Usually you want to get in and out of the property as quickly as possible, because every day you...
Done right, flipping fixer uppers is perhaps one of the easiest ways to get into real estate investing. Usually you want to get in and out of the property as quickly as possible, because every day...
The business of flipping homes or buying a property at low cost and renovating it is about more than your skill as a handyman or designer. It's all about location. Remember, most home buyers choose t...
Home foreclosures and fixer-uppers have long been a focus of many real estate investors looking to make big profits. Of course, if the target property doesn't meet certain criteria, an investor can lo...
Real estate investing could be summed up as "location, location, location," but just as important is the timing, timing, timing! Timing is especially important in real estate investing because: 1. Tr...
Although your Realtor will market the property as a typical real estate agent should (posting your listing on the MLS, ordering a sign for the yard, hold an open house or two, etc.), there are some e...
In the current real estate climate (2009), fixer upper houses have a couple advantages over other investments. First, if they are turned around quickly they will not be so affected by falling prices. ...