iFlip Review

If you’re really serious about getting started investing into real estate, then take the time to learn it the right way. 

You need to know that if you open up the kitchen, if it’s a low bearing wall and the house may cave in. You need to know when you go to the bathroom what tile choices you should use. You need to know if there’s too many doors in the house, should you close one off. 

Here’s the fact of the matter.  You don’t need to know when to get started, what you do need to find out and I’m going to show you exactly how to do that inside of iFlip Masterclass.” Dang, Brian Adamson is such a tease. 

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Brian Adamson has now executed more than 100 wholesale fix-and-flip transactions during his career in addition to his collection of over 100 units spread across several regions. He has several years of experience in the mentorship industry and is fully aware of what it takes to succeed there. He will utilize this knowledge to guide you away from the main blunders people make when investing in real estate.

Brian has gone over and beyond in helping people in their real estate journey. He doesn’t want the people to experience what he has been through during his darker days, when he realized that he needs to find a mentor that will guide him every step of the way. 

He has given the education that each mentee needed to succeed in this endeavor of flipping houses in real estate. He has helped them start each of their businesses and has given them a network of people that help each other and share informative insights that might be a catalyst for each and everyone’s growth in the said industry.

In his iFlip Masterclass, he always reiterates the five biggest mistakes that most people make when getting into real estate and what to do to avoid them. 

First mistake that most people make when starting in real estate is that they are not investing remotely. Remotely investing in real estate allows the investor to diversify their investment portfolio, geography-wise. They won’t be limited to just one place, where they can lessen the risk by spreading their investments in different markets.

Second one is when an investor only invests using their own capital. Your own capital is limited, just like any other investors out there. That’s why there are loans and payment options available. When you rely only on your own capital, you won’t find much, your choices will be limited, and there’s a chance that you’ll be exposed in a market downturn which results in loss of money.

Third is overpaying for a property. This is the most common mistake amongst investors in real estate, especially those who just started. There are various reasons why they overpay and some of them are because of the sentimental value, lack of market knowledge, overestimating of the property’s future value, pressure to invest and many more.

Mistake number four is buying liability-based deals. Some if not all of you might think that a run down house might be a good start in real estate investing. Thinking that you can fix it and make a huge profit out of it. But sometimes, buying such properties will just lead you to big losses of money with all the renovations it needed before qualifying to be sold in the market.

 

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And the fifth mistake is for you not realizing that real estate investing is a team sport. It’s never a one-man team. You might think that there are people out there doing fine on their own, but no. Those people that you have seen has already built their connections and networks with other people since they’ve been doing it for years.

You must also need to build connections, networks in order to find better deals than what you’ve expected. You’ll gain market knowledge from different markets, which in turn helps you mitigate the risk of failure in investing. It also gives you access to financing, which can also solve mistake number 2. 

They are already professionals in the said field. They know what properties are profitable and what’s not. If they think that the property you’re eyeing for is profitable, they’ll help you buy it in exchange for a portion of the profit. Which is also not bad of a deal given that you don’t need to fork out that much cash. 

These are just some of the pointers that will be discussed in-depth in Brian Adamson’s course, iFlip Masterclass. There’s no mention of the cost, but if you’re interested in joining, you can book a call from their website so that you can get a chance to talk to Brian, one-on-one.

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