Flip This Wholesaler (.net)

July 26, 2009 · 4 comments

Aside from the Resources section I have on this site, I don’t spend a whole lot of time talking about other resources out there on the web. But I do want to take the time to mention another site that some of you may find very interesting, motivating and useful…

I’ve mentioned Wholesaling in this blog quite a few times (buying properties with the intent of immediately selling them to another investor or owner, perhaps even before you close on it). Steph Davis is a Wholesaler from Tampa, FL who has — like me — been documenting her journey from working stiff to successful investor for a couple years now. In that time, she’s gone from professional bartender to successful professional real estate investor.

Steph just launched a new site:

Flip This Wholesaler

If you want to learn more about wholesaling from an expert, I highly recommend that you check out Steph’s new site (and re-read all her old blog posts!)…

4 responses to “Flip This Wholesaler (.net)”

  1. Mark says:

    Given the state of the economy, I’d expect a wholesaler to do quite well for the next couple of years. Thanks for the link, will definitely check out her blog!

  2. Steph says:

    Thanks for the shout out- appreciate it! 🙂

  3. roderic says:

    hello my name is rod garrett and Im from Jackson MS and Ive been in the bussiness for 7yrs and I HAVE A GREAT DEAL with a 300k spread and im trying to wk with someone who is looking for a super deal i promise this wont disappoint please fill free to contact me for pictures and info 601 383 2836 the house wont last long 3500 sqft with private security gate and own gated privated dr. house in great shape!!!!

  4. Aileen says:

    Hello Steph,
    Thanks for the forms you have made available to us, much appreciated.
    I just starting out and my question is the Assigment of Contract Agreement form when you were explaing about the non-refundable depoit, is this deposit apart of the assignment fee and how can i determin what to ask for, is this based on the asking price of the property it self? What do i need to do to degtermin if it’s a good deal or not?

    Looking forward for the answers soon.

    Thanks A lot for your input and experties.

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