People lose their homes. It’s an awful experience for most, and the situation comes with myriad emotions. You can help turn the situation into a win-win experience, but if you don’t know how to properly tackle the sensitivity of the topic, you aren’t going to help anyone.
A good rule-of-thumb to remember in residential real estate is: The smallest, ugliest house in a nice neighborhood has better investment potential than the biggest nicest home in a rundown neighborhood.
Just as you need a full physical toolbox in working on a house, your need a full toolbox of strategies and tactics in your real estate business. One approach does not work in in every season, every market and every economy.
Do you ever wonder what it would be like to live in your fix and flip? Maybe it’s in a different city or state, so it might be like a vacation! Maybe it’ll cut the cost of travel or rent? Or, just imagine all the work you will get done! Is living with the roaches […]