2009 Flipping Houses Series Part III

2 Feb

Posted By: Sean Terry | February 2, 2009

Days From Completion, Final Walk Through Has Been Scheduled!

As of today we’re about 90% complete, we have the final walk through set for Wednesday February 4, 2009.  If you haven’t done so already, please watch Part I and Part II of this exclusive documentary on How To Flip Houses in 2009.

Remember, you can buy this property with a tenant in place for only $7,500 total out of pocket. This residential investment property will appraise for roughly $150,000, your purchase price would be $120,000.  You’d have approximately $30,000 of guaranteed equity with cash flow of roughly $240/mo.  This is a large 4 bed 2 bath 1700+ squarefoot home located in central Phoenix. For more information please visit: Fortress Investor.

If you are a licensed realtor please check out our commission structure.

Happy Investing!

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3 Responses to “2009 Flipping Houses Series Part III”

  1. stewart 06. Dec, 2009 at 10:29 am #

    Great Blog. I will bookmark for later. The real trick to house flipping is be sure to buy low and sell low. The biggest factor is to tract the median home sales price and stay in that price point.

  2. Rusty 13. Apr, 2011 at 8:36 pm #

    I’m imeprssed! You’ve managed the almost impossible.

  3. Veronique Vanhise 07. Aug, 2011 at 11:20 pm #

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