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Expert Tips and Tricks for Successfully Flipping Houses

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If you spend a lot of time on Bigger Pockets, What you need to turn your house over.. Buy it cheaply, fix it fast (and cheaper if possible), and sell it for more money than you put in.

There is Many articles It describes how to calculate repair costs, how to analyze numbers, and how to find the best deal. These are all great. But if you’re someone like me, you might want to know more about what the experts are looking at when deciding whether to turn something over.

Related: Six smart ways for home flippers to save a lot of home remodeling supplies

There is a lot of information about the theory of flipping a house. But what you really need is a little more.

My partner Mario Mazzamt and I made the following video for that very reason. Whether I build my own home or upgrade my home for my clients (before putting it on the market), there are some things we know that you can win quickly and easily.

These are upgrades or changes that provide the highest rate of return on investment with minimal time and expense.

Expert tips and tricks for turning your home over

This video focuses on several upgrades from one of the projects and discusses what to consider when considering potential projects.

Related: 5 Questions to Ask Before Investing in Fixer-Upper

1. Update the kitchen and bathroom.

These rooms offer the maximum value for your spending. Pop these rooms with paint, tiles, flooring, lighting and more.

2. Maximize space and storage.

People love storage, especially in the days of Wal-Mart and Costco. Add value by making available space that is not available.

3. Reuse as much as possible.

If you can rehabilitate your counters and cabinets, use them. Instead of tearing the cabinet completely, paint the cabinet and replace the hardware.

4. Upgrade the hack if possible.

Find a way to get the most out of every square foot of your property without breaking your bank. In the video property, the place where the water heater is located was sealed, and the unused space was converted into a laundry room with shelves for storage.

Home rehabilitation threatens many new and experienced investors. But you don’t have to! By learning how to communicate with the contractor and how to find someone who is good at the contractor’s work, you can start rehabilitation without any anxiety or hardship.

Watch the video above for more information on how I manage my rehab project, save money and add more value as cheaply as possible, my Bigger Pockets Book..

Any additional tips I would like to share regarding House Flip?

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