Hi BP community!
I hope everyone is well.
Since starting this journey a bit over a year ago, I've made a ton of progress and am newly under contract for my first property :)
I have a small rehab that needs to be done on a property I'm closing on soon.
Needs about 1,000sq ft of wood tile flooring, dry wall patching in a few places, wood floor sanding and repair, and a few other small things.
I'm looking for a primarily DIY project, so I'd be interested in finding a lead "consultant" for the project, who would provide expertise and any tools, while I'd provide the labor, materials, etc as well as compensate them for their time.
Please let me know if you'd be interested in working on this project with me or if anyone else comes to mind!
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That might prove difficult to find someone to provide both. As far as the tools and some physical help here and there you could always try friends and then find some local contractors to fill in the gaps with what you and friends cant do. The Bigger Pockets community here will take care of the expertise if you want to post your questions in here. Hope that helps some.
Congrats on closing soon. Sounds like you want all of the benefits of a contractor but without paying for a contractor.
Why would someone who has experience and the equipment just lend you their tools that they could be making money with?
@Dave Charron thanks for the response! That's definitely plan B.
@George W. Thanks for the congrats and the response. Of course they would be paid! For time, tools, knowledge, and any labor they put in. And while it may be a smaller project, I'm sure it beats nothing for something who isn't on a job site already and would otherwise be at home on the couch with the tools sitting in the garage for the weekend. Not a loan, a business transaction.
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