Over the years, I've had everything go wrong on my projects that you can possibly imagine.
My rehab horror stories can sit right up there with some of the all time greats.
For most of them, they could've been prevented before thousands of dollars began to be drained from our budget and our timeline pushed way past the our due date.
After my first few years in real estate, I wanted to give up after never really seeing the type of profits I wanted.
Every single show on HGTV makes things look so easy and the money being made is atronomical, when in reality it's anything but that.
For all of the money made on multiple $700,000+ flips, the profit margins just weren't where I thought they'd be.
That's when I realized I needed to work smarter from the very beginning.
So much time and effort could be saved if me, my team, and our crews were on the same page from our initial walk throughs of each new home we were preparing to flip.
This is when I developed a process for figuring out our scope of work.
I needed to know what the project entailed, how much it was expecting to cost, and how long of a timeline we were expecting it to be.
In reality it's very simple stuff but for years I went without going about it the right way and it ate at our costs every time without me realizing how to fix it.
That's ultimately why I created The Demo House: Scope Of Work. To help other people in the flip game learn from all of the mistakes I had made.
I write out step by step exactly what I look for every single time I walk through a potential project for the first time.
For reference, I created a fictional house that you can find in an upper-middle class neighborhood.
One that has been beaten up over the years and is in dire need of fixing.
I do a room by room review and break it all down for you. From noticing the termite damage in the basement to deciding which kitchen hardware to use and everything inbetween.
I cover it all.
Now think about it, would spending $69.99 be worth it if it helped you save THOUSANDS on your next flip?