Has anyone used Fixters.com or any other software?
If so, what have been the pros/cons of what you've used?
I'm very much into process implementation and systematization. Ideally, I'd like to use software that can help run numbers, provide potential ROI, run scenarios, create bids, etc.
Hello @Jeff Diem
I get your frustration when it comes to using the right software to analyze deals. As a real estate investor you need something sophisticated enough that can analyze a deal with ease in order to submit the right offer. As you may know, submitting the right offer is crucial as an investor. I wholesale 1-3 deals monthly but I analyze hundreds of residential homes and smaller multi family to get deals closed. https://www.reikit.com is a great tool I now use. Allows u to pull out comps, get accurate ARVs, input all types of costs and create presentations for your buyers or lenders. Highly recommend.
Hi @Jeff Diem , I would check out houseflippingspreadsheet.com. I have been using it for a few years now and it has all I need. It provides all that the "full" Fixter does at a fraction of the price.
I use it to create repair estimates, create scopes of work, manage contractors and bids, schedules, materials, create a budget, track expenses and reporting.
The creator is a BP member and provides updates as well as great support. It may not be as flashy or robust as some others, but it is worthy of a look.
Best of luck!
Thanks for the suggestions. @Kuba F was very helpful yesterday. Good customer support at his company.
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