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5 Misconceptions About the BRRRR Method of Real Estate Investing

5 Common Misconceptions About BRRRR

The BRRRR method of real estate investing (Buy ➡️ Rehab ➡️ Rent ➡️ Refinance ➡️ Repeat) has become a popular strategy in recent years to maximize gains in investment real estate.   Popularized by David Greene of BiggerPockets and detailed in the excellent namesake book Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat, it has been utilized by

Finding the Right Contractor for Your Flip

Finding the right contractor can be a challenge for real estate investors. From half completed work to poor communication, the wrong contractor can make or break the success of a fix-and-flip project. With that said, a contractor is a critical part of any fix-and-flip. Unless an investor plans on doing most of the renovation themselves,

Fix and Flip

Experienced borrower investing in the North Carolina market.

The BRRRR Strategy Explained

The BRRRR Strategy Explained

One of the more popular real estate investment strategies is the BRRRR strategy. BRRRR stands for Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat. This process involves purchasing a property in need of rehab at below market value, rehabbing it, refinancing into a long-term loan, renting it to tenants and using the cash-flow to repeat the process.