If you want to learn to flip houses below are links to key topics and learning lessons. As you read through these pages and the resources mentioned your knowledge (and house flipping profits) will significantly improve.
Wholesaling houses is the least risky (and sometimes fastest) way to flip houses. By avoiding the need to buy and sell physical property, wholesaling lets you focus on finding undervalued and distressed houses, then flipping the purchase contract to cash buyers. Learn about wholesaling houses here >
Flipping Foreclosed Houses
House foreclosure auctions are great sources of cheap properties to flip. However, the foreclosure sale process can be complex and you need know what you’re doing before buying a house at auction. Learn about flipping foreclosed houses here >
Cost Estimation for House Flipping
Accurate cost estimation is essential when buying and rehabbing flip houses. You will need a good cost estimation spreadsheet, a strong idea of the costs for a multitude of rehab items, and some good advice from an experienced rehab contractor. Learn about cost estimation for house flipping here >