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Real estate is a steady investment. Sure, there are dips in business, and housing bubbles burst. However, the general trend over time is that real estate pays off. Use these tips to seed the cash flow for your business in real estate flipping.
Starting cash flow is a common problem across many businesses and industries. In fact, the looming challenge of cash flow is the first hurdle an agent must clear. After all, when you want to buy houses and flip them, a lack of cash flow can really slow down your progress.
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It pays to invest and grow your starting capital properly so you can speed up the returns on your investments. In this article, we go over several ways you can get funding when you need to begin the growth period for your real estate flipping career.
Fundraising for Your Real Estate Flipping Business
No, we are not talking about hosting a bake sale to raise funds to buy your first house to flip. Instead, you can crowdsource to get the initial cash to begin, so you don’t have to wait until you’ve saved for a down payment on your first property.
This method involves pooling your money with other investors and then using that money to buy real estate. Then the people that gave you funds will receive a portion of the profits after the property sells. Of course, it is more complicated than that, but it is still