Our own Robert Barthelmess talks about 1 of the 28 House/Flipping Rules You Should Never Break
It's common sense that an airport-adjacent home or one in the middle of the seedy side of town will be hard to sell, but good location isn’t just about a good neighborhood or highly rated schools. Robert Barthelmess, managing partner at BGI Capital in Miami, said he pays attention to those things, but he also looks at smaller details that make a home’s location appealing for house flipping.
“Another aspect that is gaining significance is ease of transportation. A centrally located property in close proximity to public transit is an added value," he said. "As part of your continued research, look into city and county plans, find out where new transit is being built or proposed, and search for properties in those vicinities.”