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Investing in real estate has always been a reliable path to accumulating wealth. Most individuals who have created mass wealth in their lifetime have done so through real estate in some form or fashion.

More than ever, now is the perfect time for house flipping investors to get started and achieve their financial dreams. With some capital and ZINC rehab loans, novice and experienced investors alike can now take advantage of the rehab marketplace.

Here are some of the key factors that lead to rehabbing success for ZINC clients:

  • Our investors are very thorough in their analysis on every deal.
  • Acquisition price is key, as well as rehab budget and of course financing, carrying costs and finally sales expenses. Our most successful investors may place up to 10 bids before securing even one deal, and they often spend countless hours of research on the subject property prior to closing.
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Without question, real estate rehabbing can be rewarding and financially lucrative. Feel free to contact ZINC Financial with any investor rehab questions. You can also use our free deal analyzer to determine the viability of a deal you are reviewing.


Research and know your local real estate market well.
Always use a direct private lender who can fund loans within two weeks. Conventional lenders take far too long.
Keep the acquisition price very low, 40-60% of the after repair value (ARV). Don't be afraid to make multiple offers on multiple properties to get the best deal.
Try to locate a listing agent who receives REO listings directly from the bank so that you will have the first option before the listings hit the open market.
Stick to simple properties in urban areas that will sell quickly. Three bed, two bath single-family homes in well-known track neighborhoods move quickly.
Always determine your ARV, and work backwards to your offer price. Try to keep your final expected sale price at 70-80% of current comps, working backwards from there to arrive at your maximum purchase price.
Always prepare a rehab budget and keep your rehab expenditures simple without getting into major construction. Try to stay away from major roofing, HVAC, electrical, or plumbing projects. These expenditures can get out of control and eat any profit margin you had.
Use new cost-effective appliances, lights, fixtures, and paints from well-known and inexpensive home improvement retailers. Keep products simple and inexpensive.
Use neutral colors.
Keep landscaping simple and neat.
Keep rehab timelines less than 45 days.
Work with small mom and pop handyman services who can perform most of your repairs. These companies have low overhead, usually complete the work themselves, can give you the best price, and often have the best and fastest service.
Do not get emotionally involved in properties, locations, or improvements. Do only what works and what sells fast, regardless of your tastes or desires. You must provide a product that is desired by the masses. Stay away from medium- or high-priced appliances, lighting, or plumbing fixtures as well as vibrant colors and complex landscaping. Low end paints, carpets, and appliances provide the best return.
Don't skimp on real estate commissions. Call the largest real estate company in your region and ask for the top sales agent last month -- that's your person, regardless of rate. You must move that product in less than six months.
Always have a back-up exit strategy to either sell or refinance and rent the property within six months from initial purchase.


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