February Monthly Archives

Coach’s Corner: A Real-Life Property Evaluation

  The Story Our house flipping team recently purchased a 1940s bungalow home in “full-gut” condition in Denver, Colorado. Over the years, the home was occupied by a variety of family members and, ultimately, became a hoarding situation. After purchase, I immediately started my evaluation, budgeting and timeline process on the property — an integral step in our fix and flip process.     I …

2018 Fix and Flip Design Trends: Where to Spend Your Repair Budget

simple design tips for flipping houses

According to Zillow’s Erica Sooter, it’s no surprise that kitchen and bathroom renovations power the largest ROI for fix and flip properties. In order to help you make money on your next house flip, we’ve collected projections for 2018’s biggest home interior trends. Use these to focus your repair dollars on designing spaces that attract your potential buyers. Kitchen Trends for 2018: Grey and White …

SaaS-y Women: 4 Takeaways from SaaStr Annual 2018

Advice for Women Entrepreneurs and Professionals This week, I attended SaaStr Annual 2018 in San Francisco. Fixters showed up in force with 6 of us joining the 10,000 attendees. And I’m happy to share, despite what I’ve heard about previous years, there were a lot of women in attendance (whew). It is interesting to apply what we heard from companies of all sizes to the …

Interpreting Your Home Inspection

Old Electric Meter and Faulty Electrical Wiring.

When you are a home buyer and you receive the home inspection report back on a property under contract, here are some tips for what to look for in the report. Some things are major red flags while others that seem major, simply are not.   Health and Safety Items Mold, radon, gas leaks, improperly vented furnaces and faulty electrical wiring are major items that …