Doing real estate deals not only provides you and your partners with the income to become financially free, but every deal you do has a dramatic impact on the people and places that surround the property. You are helping people succeed in making money or finding places to live. You are building up or improving areas and making the local community a better place to live.
And just as the butterfly effect, what you do here in your own area can blossom into an impact that affects the entire globe. We all need a place to live, work, and play. Real estate investors help to make all this happen.
In doing our deals we have a mission, outside of making a living for ourselves, to improve the lives of people, improve the communities they live in, and increase the value of the communities and properties in our area.
By flipping houses, we have a positive impact on the community and the U.S. economy. By flipping just one house, we are able to create income for our suppliers by buying paint and wood from them, and purchasing the material for roofing, cabinets, and closets. We generate work for our contractors: carpenters, tilers, plumbers and landscapers, to name a few. All these people have families to support and by supporting our suppliers and contractors we are also supporting their families.
By selling or renting a house, we help others involved in the sale process: real estate agents, mortgage brokers, lenders and processors. And when we sell or rent a home, we are giving a family not just a place to live, but maybe even their actual dream home. We help to fulfill their American Dream.
Every time we fix and sell or rent a house, it’s like dropping a pebble in a small puddle of water. The ripple effect creates money for so many other people and their families. The more houses we flip,the more lives we affect in a positive way. By generating more money for ourselves, we create more money for many others as well.
Think about it. You are buying an abandoned house with ugly peeling paint and overgrown grass, and are converting it to a brand new, remodeled home that most likely is the nicest one in the neighborhood. Other than making money and helping others make money, you are increasing the value of the properties in that neighborhood, city, and in this country, one house at a time. By creating more wealth, you help lift the whole economy!