The house-flipping how-to that turns everyday people into entrepreneurs.
Everyone likes the idea of turning the ugliest house on the block into the best house on the block and making a profit. Until now a system has not been shared on how to successfully complete this task on time and budget without getting your hands dirty. This audiobook not only cracks the code but shares the proven path and system to have a systems-based rehab business that makes consistent profits for ordinary, everyday people.
The Real Estate Rehab Investing Bible reveals the lucrative seven-stage system that allows author Paul Esajian and his students all across North America to manage multiple rehab projects at once while staying on time and under budget to build and grow their wealth. No experience? No problem. You'll learn strategies to find the right properties, negotiate the right offer, identify the right licensed and insured contractor for the job, and get the property sold to a happy homeowner for a profit. No capital? No problem. You'll learn how you can use other people's money to fund your deals and the IRS guidelines that help you keep more of the money you make. By learning and leveraging the principals of rehabbing and real estate, you'll start thinking like a business owner rather than a consumer.
Breaking into residential real estate provides an amazing opportunity for those with little or no experience and using other people's money. This book gives you the information, education, and systems every investor needs to start flipping and rehabbing houses without doing the work yourself and without losing your shirt to contractors and bad investing decisions.
Find deals: where and how to find deals, analyzing deals, and estimating repairs in minutes to acquire a rehab.
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A real bible in Rehab investing
I've read multiple books on Real Estate Investment but the author of this book goes up and beyond my expectations. He walks you through the rehab process from estimating the costs, talking to rehab companies, contracts, caveats, how to execute contracts, what items must be in the contracts, when and how to pay. I love this book and will keep it as a reference.
Yes, but, it was not possible. The book goes into detail (which is great) and I had to read it a few chapters at a time. But, I loved the book.