Working with wholesalers can be a great way to find some potential flips. If you follow these tips for becoming a wholesaler's top buyers, then they'll be more willing to work with you.

How to Become a Wholesaler’s Top Buyer

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When it comes to generating leads, it pays to be friends with at least a couple of wholesalers. Wholesalers will buy contracts on flip houses and sell them to real estate investors. Basically, I look at wholesaling like a service to generate leads on really great deals, so I never mind spending a little bit more to buy the contract …

Using a traditional bank isn't always the best option for financing real estate deals. Instead, try these other creative ways to obtain financing.

2 Creative Ways to Finance Your Real Estate Deals

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If finding the money for your real estate deals is proving to be a giant headache and putting a damper on your real estate dreams, don’t worry. You’re certainly not alone. Of the thousands of real estate investors our team has mentored, at least half of them refer to their lack of access to funding as being a major obstacle …

If you're considering trying out of town house flipping, you'll want to follow these tips to help make your first remote deal go smoothly.

4 Tips to Make a Remote Deal Go More Smoothly

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For most people just starting out in the real estate investing business, I recommend sticking close to home. It’s a lot easier to oversee rehabs on a flip house if you only have to drive twenty minutes instead of flying for four hours, and it’s a lot easier to find leads on profitable properties when you’re familiar with the area. …

Even if you have less than stellar credit, it is still possible to invest in real estate. Check out our tips for getting started.

How to Invest in Real Estate When Your Credit Isn’t Stellar

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Over the past decade, throughout the United States, many people have struggled to keep their jobs and their houses. Whether you’re a student just out of college or you’ve had financial problems due to unemployment or underemployment, you may have flinched when you saw your credit score. As a result, you might have written off the idea of becoming a …