I’ve finally put together the numbers for the deals that we flipped just after the 34 weeks of posts showing everything we were doing…
So what made me finally make the numbers public?
This is awesome…
I’ve been meaning to put together all of those 34 weeks of posts into a book so that they could be read more easily, wherever, and whenever you want.
The book has finally been put together and you can get it right now on Amazon!
Flipping Houses Exposed: 34 Weeks in the Life of a Successful House Flipper
Purchase it now here:
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I wanted to make it free, but Amazon wouldn’t let me. The minimum price I could set it at was .99, so that’s what I did. I really wanted it to be free, but alas. It’s
just a dollar anyway. That’s practically free. 🙂
I thought it would only take a day or two to format the posts so that it would work as a book. Boy was I wrong! Formatting it took forever. It’s all done now though and ready for you to enjoy.
Interesting note and a thanks: It appears that Coy (a subscriber to the blog) had been compiling the 34 weeks of posts so that he could give them to me in the proper format to make the book. Now that blew me away.
I just wanted to publicly thank you for taking the time to do that. I hope you weren’t too far a long.
He had this to say: “But, I’m really excited you did this as I know the posts are some of the more valuable marketing and lead analysis posts I’ve seen anybody write on the subject.” Thanks again, Coy.
While putting the book together, I realized that the posts really did end abruptly with the details for the Honk Your Horn house, the Flatulent house, the Perp house, and the Frustration house nowhere to be found (along with their ‘After’ pictures).
So there is a chapter at the end that has all of the numbers for the deals. Some didn’t turn out so hot…
I hope you enjoy reading (or rereading) the book as much as I did. It really is amazing how much can be learned by going through those posts. I’ve even made some changes to what we’re doing since reading it again.
If you, like me :), feel that the book is awesome, I would owe you a debt of gratitude to share your appreciation for the book as a review on Amazon. That would be the ultimate compliment. Thank you.
Just don’t want it to be like the person at graduation that doesn’t have anybody clapping for them as they cross the stage… That’s just sad. You don’t want the book to be that person, do you?
Laying it on too thick? Sorry, had to do that. 🙂
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