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Flipping Houses Exposed: 34 Weeks In The Life Of A Successful House Flipper by [Johnson, Danny]
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Length: 444 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1063 KB
  • Print Length: 444 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Danny Johnson; 2 edition (May 1, 2013)
  • Publication Date: May 1, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CMBVNQK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,341 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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So I downloaded 5 free house flipping books, to see if I would be interested in flipping rehabbed houses. For my needs, this was by FAR the best.

The book is a cut and paste from his website, so you can get everything there - if you knew where there was.

The books is a weekly diary of an established rehab house flipper (who knew flippers came in so many varieties?). It lets you know of a wide variety of marketing tools and his response and success rate with each. Let's you know what happens when you take breaks and vacations. Gives you fix-up lists and links to on-line articles he wrote to supplement the diary while it was happening (I have not looked at these yet). Gives you a firm idea of the costs involved and the profit to be made (not as "you are going to make millions" as the hyper people say) - I like how reasonable it is.

Also lets you know of the sob stories you will hear and the emotional impact they will have on you. Only book I have read so far to have done so. Folks if you are buying houses at 50% normal cost, the sellers are not going to be doing it because they are in a good way - someone died, someone is sick, life has come up and slammed them down and they have to take all the money they can get. The plus side is you are helping them - they need money now and you are getting it to them - not 6 months to 2 years down the road. Don't feel like a sh*t doing it, and know how much you can afford to do. The author brings this out very well.

The book is repetitive - but then so is the job. All the other books I have read have been "leave paperwork and the drudgery behind and let the money pour in".
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For anyone who wants to see what the day in the life of a Real Estate Investor is like, read this book.

For anyone who wants to see how to market, analyze deals, and flip properties, read this book.

For anyone who wants to be an honorable, successful Real Estate Investor, read this book.

There are no rocks un-turned, or t's not crossed. This book gives a really great look into the different aspects of a real estate investor. From how new leads were found, to analyzing the deals, to the making of offers, Danny really gives his whole heart into this book.

After reading through the pages you will feel more confidant in getting into real estate. Even if you are already involved in RE this book will give you a fresh perspective and even give you new ideas on how you can expand your business. Remember, follow through and determination is important, as evident by some of the examples Danny gives on how he stayed in contact with his leads and was able to close on some of his deals.

The biggest thing I got out of this book was how anybody can be successful in investing in real estate. You do not have to be a big mutual fund, or corporation, to compete. You can be a family man and get the financial freedom you want. Read this book, it will open your eyes and mind and motivate you.
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This guy is very open about what he does. He explains his steps, and his difficulties. I think it would be a good resource for someone interested in flipping houses. But it gets tedious after a while.
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Excellent book where the author literally takes you week by week through what it's like to be a house flipper. My husband and I watch tv shows on flipping houses and the numbers they show on the tv shows versus what this guy in TX explains in the book are in two different categories! The author is very realistic with all amounts. I congratulate him for taking the time each week to explain so thoroughly everything he did along the way to write this book. It is nice to have as a reference for anyone seriously thinking about getting into the business. Thank you Danny!
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This book is very interesting if you want to know the daily nuts-and-bolts of what a house flipper does when he's not swinging a hammer. This is NOT a manual to tell you how to flip houses. The author basically lets you look over his shoulder while he's working and explains what he does as he goes. Interesting read.
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I have read his book, as it was a free Kindle download, which is about what it is worth. That's not meant to be insulting to the author in any way, it just doesn't go very deep into how he established his wholesaling and bird-dogging customers nor does it touch on the process of wholesaling or bird-dogging. It would be nice if he walked us through a bird dogging transaction and what one of those conversations sounds like.

I did find his analysis of every offer given him a great way to quickly learn from examples how to evaluate a deal.

It's a decent read/skim, but not worth more than a couple bucks or hours of your time.
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What a great piece of work. I think the novice can really, really get a firm handle on the uncertainties of being an investor. There are no guarantees, only discipline in knowing THEIR number and staying true to the formulas that work for them and their market. There's no substitute for the time it takes to learn, but this is a great guide on the unexpected and the reason WHY investors need to learn to pass on bad deals and what to expect on potentially good ones. Thank you for putting this together and your transparency Danny.
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