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Buying a Fixer Upper House

With more and more properties going on the market every day across our nation, an overwhelming number of homeowners are looking into buying a fixer upper house and renovating it.

Fixer-upper houses can be a really great investment for a family to take on, but buying one that can make a profit takes a tremendous amount of research. In fact most fixer-upper homes cannot be resold at a profit at all, so it’s vitally important to know the local market very well and know the exact cost of repairs before starting on your project.
 
For instance, a home flipping-investor who is looking at buying a fixer upper house in New Jersey needs to know all about the local New Jersey market, figures like how long the average house in that price range to sell.

Meanwhile, if the same investor is looking at buying a fixer upper house in Fresno California too, or anywhere else across the nation, the research can be very overwhelming and more than likely a poor purchasing decision will be made.

Any fixer-upper house, no matter where it’s located in the world, must be considered very carefully, taking into consideration the local laws, market trends, and access to inexpensive repair materials.
 
So to sum up, only buy a fixer upper house when you know everything there is to know about the local market, economy, and have thoroughly priced each and every replacement part you might need in advance, or you will be sure to lose a lot of money.

Buying a Fixer Upper House