4 Common Components to Flipping Houses

I mentioned last week that I’d have a big announcement this week for Black Friday. It’s going to change the way you look at selling houses and I’m totally excited to share it with you.

In the mean time, I have a little quiz… I want to see how well you know your stuff 😉

As you know, we fund deals for our clients on a regular basis. The following are very recent examples of deals we’ve funded.

They’re also special because they share a few things in common:

4 Common Components

1. They were all REO’s – the tide is rising
2. They were all done using iFlip – no surprise, it’s powerful
3. They were all junkers sold to investors – wholesaling rocks!
4. They were all sold to cash buyers – they’re lots easier to deal with

Here is the quiz…

Which one of the above 4 common components do you think is THE most important to YOU when doing deals and cashing paychecks without the PITA of the deal falling apart and you having to scramble to save it.

My BIG announcement this week is going to address the correct answer to this quiz.

Let me know which one you think is most important and leave your answer below.

Stay tuned for more news!

Jarad

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