First Time Flips

Home Page Forums Flipping Houses Retail first time flips

Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • In Progress
  • Profile Photo
    Pooshan Kapil |

    Posted 1 Year Ago

    3 Posts Total

    Hello Everyone!

    My friend and I are going in on an out of state fix n flip deal and we basically wanted to soak in as much info. as possible! Any tips; rules of thumb; needed precautions; etc for any aspect of the fix n flip strategy is welcome. We're looking at everything from average net profits; costs, weather it be average holding costs; how to handle contractors (how to pay them [half before and half when done, when the job is done, or in increments]); writing up solid contracts for our work with them; how we should contract our own business with one another (weather thru a Memorandum of Agreement, creating a Syndication, etc.)

    Since we'll be out of state, our realtor said she'll check up on them for us. Should we have certain contingencies in our contracts with them about the progress that needs to be made?

    Thank you all for any and all of your advice and of course, your time!

    Pooshan Kapil

    Profile Photo
    CJ |

    Posted 4 Months Ago

    0 Posts Total

    Hey Pooshan!

    Make sure your agent knows what good repairs look like, piping, roofing, foundation etc.. whatever repairs your making on the home.

    Cj Chaney

    The Property Manager Guys, LLC

    (407) 504-0177

    Profile Photo
    Missouri |

    Posted 1 Month Ago

    0 Posts Total

    Be sure to get multiple bids and good contractors! That is my biggest advice.

    Missouri House

    Missouri House Buyers

    Profile Photo
    Stephen |

    Posted 1 Week Ago

    0 Posts Total

    I would pay the contractors over several draws so you ensure that they are doing the work before you pay them.

    Stephen Keighery

    Home Buyer Louisiana

Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)

This topic contains 3 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Stephen 1 week ago.

You must Login or to reply.