On the surface, flipping a house is a three-step process: buy, rehab, and sell. While that’s the basic approach to house flipping, there’s a lot more to it. And that’s why you need a house flipping checklist. This checklist will guide you from pre-renovation through closing day.
Some houses are primed to be flipped, while others are best left to another buyer. Knowing how to find houses to flip is critical to your success as a real estate investor. Here, you’ll learn how to adjust your approach to ensure yourself of finding (and buying) houses that can be flipped for a profit.
Tenant has requested permission to get a chicken coop. My initial thought is no... anyone have experience with this? Just seems dirty and unnecessary. This is in a duplex with a good size back yard. Thanks!