Sick and tired of that job yet?
Feel like it’s never going to end? Afraid that you won’t be able to achieve financial freedom, or at least not fast enough to be able to enjoy it?
We didn’t grow up thinking we’d be wasting so many hours of our lives doing things we don’t really want to do, but somehow it just ends up happening.
Too many people are stuck in that life-crushing, soul-destroying rut. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Real estate investing, flipping houses in particular, is the hands-down best way to get out of the rat race and achieve financial freedom.
Now, what if a successful house flipper were to tell you he would be willing to show you everything he is doing, and has been doing for the last 10 years, to successfully flip hundreds of houses? We’re not talking about some basic three day seminar that costs thousands of dollars and ends up just being a huge pitch into much more expensive programs either.
Author Danny Johnson has done exactly this. He pulled back the curtains on his house flipping business and has shared everything involved for 34 adventure-filled weeks.
If you want a dumbed-down book that skimps on actual details and is just a basic overview of how to get started flipping houses, choose another book.
If you want to see what the life of a real house flipper is like, all of the ups and downs, trials and tribulations, marketing, leads, analysis, profits, costs, timelines, and everything involved, read this one.
You won’t be disappointed.
Not what I was looking for.
This was more of a here is my life week by week notes. It does give new comers an over view of what it is like to flip but misses the hard parts like: finding money if new, contractors/how to rehab to sell for cheap, theft of materials at properties, vandalism, type of insurance to get, and much more. It is a great book to tell you what to do to get started as far as marketing and basic rules of thumb but "where the meat"/ the details?