Whether you are a fix & sell or a buy & hold investor, the single most important factor in successful investing is to find a great deal that will bring you profits on a flip opportunity or a high cap rate on a long-term hold.

There are many known ways to find deals such as real estate listings on popular web sites, trustee sales, probates and foreclosures. However, I want to focus specifically on “Driving for Dollars” and clues to look for, because it is an economical and easy strategy to find potential deals when you are out on the road.


Creative Home Flipping Strategy in a Competitive Market

| | Fix & Flip Loans

If you are an active flipper in today’s competitive market, you are definitely one step ahead of the game. But, the “Fix and Flip” market continues to become more challenging, due in part to limited inventory, fewer distressed properties and cash-heavy hedge funds buying lower-end properties that they keep and rent. The good news is …

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The Single Family Rental Market is Booming!

| | Fix & Flip Loans | Landlord Financing | Single Family Rentals

There are more Americans renting than at any other time in U.S. history. The share of US households that rent their housing now stands at a 20-year high, according to a recent joint report by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University (JCHS) and Enterprise Community Partners. Although estimates vary, the major Census …

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Fix and Flip 101: How Do You Start?

| | Fix & Flip Loans

If you ever considered flipping assets and wondered how to start or where to go…let’s first take a look at the true value behind this market! Flipping homes adds more value to the neighborhood, and as a flipper you are getting paid for the enhancements you add to your home. One key point to have …

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International Buyers in Texas More Diverse than Ever

| | Fix & Flip Loans | Landlord Financing | Single Family Rentals

According to the 2015 Texas International Homebuyers report published by the Texas Association of Realtors, Texas homes purchased by foreign buyers added $8.32 billion to the state’s economy during the 12 month period ended March 2015. What’s more noteworthy than the amount of purchases, however, is that the composition of buyers is more diverse than …

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