Flipping Houses

  • What Insurance Do You Need for Flipping Houses?

    The lender will normally require homeowner's insurance to make sure its investment is covered should something happen. Other types of insurances required to flip a house are varied and some are difficult to obtain.
    By Olivia Emisar June 15, 2011 

  • House Flipping: What's Legal and What's Not?

    Buying a home and selling it as soon as possible for a profit has been going on for years, but the rules of the game have changed due to massive speculation on the housing market and its subsequent collapse. Sources of funding and associated rules and...
    By  Olivia Emisar June 15, 2011 

  • Best Areas in the US to Flip a House

    Flipping houses became very popular several years ago, before the housing crisis. While many think that the market just won't support flipping anymore, nothing could be further from the truth. Here we'll discuss some of the best areas in the US...
    By wendyppp August 26, 2010 

  • Introductory Info on How to Flip a House

    Anyone can flip a house for a profit if they are willing to spend the time to research good investments and make the effort to improve the home. When looking for house flip info, you can flip in your own neighborhood or find areas where you can afford...
    By KimberLeo August 19, 2010 

  • IRS Tax Information when Flipping a House

    Are you up to date with IRS tax information for flipping houses? IRS now allows you to keep a large sum of your capital gains tax free, via tax exclusions. It’s quite different from the old capital gains tax deferment rules; keep on reading...
    By ciel s cantoria August 13, 2010 

  • Learn About the True Costs of Flipping a House: Is It a Risk Worth Taking?

    Flipping a house sounds like a great easy way to make money. It sounds simple buy a house at a low price and then paint it and sell it for profit, but flipping a home is not that easy. Learn the real risks involved in flipping homes.
    By M Lambert November 19, 2009 

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