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Re: Flip or Flop
« Reply #165 on: February 22, 2017, 12:03:08 PM »
It kind of came off very "fake" happy though.
So you're saying a skinny woman with big boobs, a flat tummy (after 2 kids), bleached-blonde hair, an orange tan, and 1" eyelashes came off as fake?  Zounds.

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Re: Flip or Flop
« Reply #166 on: February 23, 2017, 02:57:27 PM »
It kind of came off very "fake" happy though.
So you're saying a skinny woman with big boobs, a flat tummy (after 2 kids), bleached-blonde hair, an orange tan, and 1" eyelashes came off as fake?  Zounds.

Lol, didn't think of it that way. Sounds about right. Very "typical" OC.

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Re: Flip or Flop
« Reply #167 on: June 20, 2018, 08:30:00 AM »
So I've been watching the latest season of Flip or Flop.

It's interesting because the later episodes, their intro recognizes their messy breakup and even one episode got into how their situation makes it hard for them to work together.

But seeing as they are still able to do this in Orange County... how hard is it to do what they do?

If you have the capital and the time, it seems like you can make money on almost any "bad" home you buy as long as you give it a reasonable update. In many cases, it's just redoing flooring, remodeling kitchen/baths, paint and landscaping. In the episodes I've seen this season, they went over budget, listed above comps and still got above listing to make at least $50k per home... why isn't BTB getting on that ROI train?
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Re: Flip or Flop
« Reply #168 on: June 20, 2018, 10:34:21 AM »
So I've been watching the latest season of Flip or Flop.

It's interesting because the later episodes, their intro recognizes their messy breakup and even one episode got into how their situation makes it hard for them to work together.

But seeing as they are still able to do this in Orange County... how hard is it to do what they do?

If you have the capital and the time, it seems like you can make money on almost any "bad" home you buy as long as you give it a reasonable update. In many cases, it's just redoing flooring, remodeling kitchen/baths, paint and landscaping. In the episodes I've seen this season, they went over budget, listed above comps and still got above listing to make at least $50k per home... why isn't BTB getting on that ROI train?

it's very formulaic for them since they've been doing it for so long and the fact they've been doing it in an upward trending market makes it very hard to flop.   

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Re: Flip or Flop
« Reply #169 on: June 20, 2018, 09:00:03 PM »
an upward trending market makes it very hard to flop.   
+1  Bull markets can make geniuses out of dotards.

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Re: Flip or Flop
« Reply #170 on: June 20, 2018, 09:01:55 PM »
Ever since they broke up. I haven’t watched their show.

Just being honest.

 

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