I am often asked by investors that look at the complications and all of the steps it takes to fix and flip a house; what I would consider the most important items one should take into considerations when rehabbing a property. I have boiled it down to just 5 critical items: 1. Money is made when […]Continue reading
Every newbie investor hears that it is imperative to buy real estate “wholesale”, not retail. The problem is, most newbies don’t know what a wholesale deal is, and there are a number of operators out there scamming newer investors with what they are representing as “wholesale” deals. Consider this a public service announcement and something […]Continue reading
Attorney William Bronchick discusses a variety of little-known ways to profit from the complicated foreclosure process.
A Fixer Upper business venture could very well be your way out of the 9-5 day job. Not only does it hold the possibility of earning more, it also gives you a good opportunity to manage your own time and meet new people. It can help you realize your hopes and dreams for you and […]Continue reading
Foreclosure deals are everywhere, but foreclosure investing can be difficult if you are not sure what to look for in bank-owned homes. There are certain learned skills that come with consistent investment in foreclosures. Let’s take a glance at what a trained foreclosure investor’s eye looks for when seeking out the best home for his […]Continue reading
The first thing that should be noted is that flipping houses is a great way to bring home a rather large profit in a relatively short amount of time when doing so in a seller’s market so to speak. The problem is that we currently seem to be experiencing what is known as a buyer’s […]Continue reading
by Attorney William Bronchick Short sale flips – the process of shorting a property then reselling it for a cash profit in a simultaneous closing – has been taking heat lately from title companies and real estate brokers. Realtor blogs are filled with drivel about how these transactions are illegal or unethical. What’s the real […]Continue reading