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The listing at the bottom of this page is significantly under priced at $89,900.  The comparable homes are giving this home a market value of around $120,000 after fix ups.  Located in Johnson Ranch this home is is in a popular master planned community in one of the hottest real estate markets in Arizona so homes sell fast. This is not Charles’ listing.  Charles’ listings sell for top dollar and this home is a distress sale.

The 3 basic steps of making money on a flip:

  1. Buy Low
    • Distressed, ugly properties or homes that have been on the market for more than 90 days are your best chance of getting the best price.  The uglier the better.
    • Auctions seem to be over competitive now driving prices too high so this is not your best option.
    • Getting financing for investments usually requires a larger down payment, cash or some sort of proof that you have the funds or can get the funds.
  2. Get the home fixed up with wholesale pricing
    •  Some people do repairs themselves or have friends in the business.  If not, you can usually do a house like this with wholesale contractors for about $5,000 depending on the repairs needed.  It’s imperative you get a home inspection by a qualified expert to determine the repairs. If repairs are too expensive you can cancel during the inspection period and save your earnest money.
  3. Sell high.  90% of home buyers find their home online first.  It’s imperative that you have good market exposure online and get the full exposure through MLS and the hundreds of real estate websites.  If you aren’t online in a big way, then you most likely won’t sell.


How to make money if you don’t already have the experience or the contacts:

Nothing in real estate is ever guaranteed especially a profit.  That said, Charles has helped investors buy over 657 homes.  These investors have had a 96% success rate in selling for a profit.  Charles will:

  1. Find homes like the one below that are priced well below market and he will negotiate the best price.  Help you know where to get the funding if you are not a cash buyer. You pay no commission on the buy side unless otherwise agreed to.
  2. Provide contacts who will do inspections, repairs and fix ups for wholesale pricing, often less than what you can do yourself.
  3. Give your home 3 times the online exposure than many of the top local realtors.  He will get your home in front of buyers as many as 100,000 times.  With HD pictures and a proven marketing strategy he will get you top dollar for your home often selling it within the first 29 days.  This includes full marketing services and contract negotiations.  Commissions are only due upon a successful close of escrow so Charles doesn’t make money until the property sells for the price you want.


If you are interested in making money investing, call Charles Cotter at 480-878-9412 to get started.  :
This is not an income guarantee.


2494 E MEADOW LAND DR San Tan Valley, AZ 85140

List Price:$89,900

Estimated Market Value In Best Condition: $120,000 – $125,000
This is not an income guarantee.

Beds/Baths: 2 + Den/2

Approx SqFt: 1,230 / Builder

Price/SqFt: $73.09

Featured New Build  On www.BCCotter.com: To Find Out More About This Home Or Homes Like It Contact Charles Cotter

Disclosure: Nothing in this page is an income guarantee.  All real estate investments are a risk.  This is the best deal Charles found on the market with the lowest risk based on expert opinion.  Further inspections will be required to determine the true profit potential.


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