Flipping

75216 is The Hottest Zip Code For Flippers in Dallas

By Joanna England / December 9, 2016 / 0 Comments

Flipping a home is more of an art than a science. While budgets should be a consideration for any real estate investor, creating a home that someone wants to live in so much that they’ll put in an offer above asking price is paramount. But that’s tough in some areas where lot values are skyrocketing […]

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Tuesday Two Hundred: Updates Come Close, But Miss The Mark With This Little Forest Hills Home

By Joanna England / September 23, 2014 / 1 Comment

I’m sure real estate investors work very hard to manage the properties they purchase, to ensure that they not only net a good profit, but become a great home potential buyers. Quality materials, attention to detail, and preserving a home’s character are all parts of making a good flip a great one. But some investment […]

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Are Flips Really That Hard to Find? Top Agents Say it Depends on Where You Look

By Joanna England / August 26, 2014 / 3 Comments

We were intrigued by a story from Bloomberg News citing RealtyTrac figures reportedly showing a nationwide decrease in flipping: Home flipping, in which a buyer resells a property quickly for a profit, is on the decline as U.S. residential price gains slow and foreclosures dwindle. Almost 31,000 single-family houses were flipped in the second quarter, representing 4.6 […]

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Who is Buying Dallas Real Estate? NetWorth Realty Says Stable Economy Makes Our Fair City Attractive to Chinese Investors

By Joanna England / March 11, 2013 / 14 Comments

When we think about the buying side of the residential real estate market, the vision that most often pops into our heads is a young couple, eager to get the keys to their first-ever home.

Of course, that’s not always the case. There are all different kinds of transactions, but the Dallas residential real estate market is becoming more and more appealing to foreign investors. It’s a trend recently discovered by NetWorth Realty principals Mark Bloom and Derek Abel.

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