Ask Brian: What are the Steps to Rehab a House?

Ask Brian is a weekly column by Real Estate Expert Brian Kline. If you have questions on real estate investing, DIY, home buying/selling, or other housing inquiries please email your questions to [email protected] Question from Carol in NC: Hello Brian, my late husband and I bought our first home in 1998. It’s an adorable 2,000

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A Sample Rehab Timeline

The goal with every rehab is completing it as quickly as possible while keeping it on budget without compromising quality. Each project is different depending on the scope and magnitude of the project but with each project,

Fast Paced Rehabbing

When it comes to managing rehabs, the number one thing to always remember is “time is money.” Not only do you have the cost of capital but the sooner you complete the rehab,

Fund That Flip flips rehabbing investment market on its head

A new investment platform called Fund That Flip is making waves by connecting qualified investors to vetted rehab projects, giving them the opportunity to invest in rehab loans on the most promising residential properties.

Real Estate Investors A Sample Rehab Timeline

The goal with every rehab is to complete it as quickly as possible while keeping it on budget and not compromising quality. Each project is different depending on the scope and magnitude of the project but with each project, you need a timeline for the order of completing each aspect of the rehab. Careful planning

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A 158 Day Profit

Rehabing and flipping houses is a business. As a business, you need a process that you follow. One of the most important parts of the process is having a schedule that you expect to be followed. The Flipping Time Line Rehabbing and flipping is the process of buying a property below value, making improvements, and

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Incidental But Important Rehab Cost

I’ve previously written about how to estimate the rehab costs of a house. But there are other costs beyond the repairs and upgrades. You need to account for the permits for each phase of the project. You’ll need permits to install a new furnace or electrical panel or roof. These can add up so be

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Rehabbing From the Roof Down The Inherent Cost

Rehabbing can be a very profitable business or it can cost you your shirt. The two most expensive repairs can be a new roof and repairing the foundation, although rewiring an old fuse box can be spendy as well. Here we examine the costs and variables that go into replacing a roof and when it

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How To Calculate Rehab Costs

Have you taken the time to accurately determine your real cost to acquire, rehab, and sell a project home? It’s incredibly important to do this so that you can determine the Maximum Allowable Offer (MAO) for an investment project. Your MAO is based on a formula you use to determine the profit you will make.

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What to Expect When Hiring Rehab Contractors

This is a continuation from a previous article written about Fast Rehabbing. Hiring a general contractor to rehab your property is the lazy way out that will cost you money in the end. If you are serious about becoming a successful fix and flip investor, make the time investment in yourself to learn how to

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