I was recently having a conversation with some other real estate investors and the issue of scaling came up. All of us found that inventory was recently a big issue in being able to scale with flips, and even land seems a little scare for new construction. Of course liquidity and having enough trusted construction professionals to handle multiple projects was also an issue. It occurred to me that it may be beneficial for some of us to post issues they had scaling up, and what creative solutions were devised to achieve your goals?
I'm a newbie to all this, but I came across a guy who scaled to 60 units by just buying on land contracts and having the seller pay credits.
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