Fix and Flip Mastermind with Paul Kazanofski

Paul Kazanofski, Revision Homes, LLC, Nashville, TN.

The art of “flipping houses” (i.e., buying distressed properties, rehabilitating them and selling them) is one of the most exciting and profitable forms of real estate investing, but certainly not for the faint of heart. It requires a diverse set of skills that require common sense, resourcefulness, and organization.

 

Our trainer, Paul Kanzanofski is one of the best and most prolific in the Nashville area, doing about 50 or so home flips this year alone. All told, Paul has done more than 292 deals in the last eight years. Join him live and face-to-face every THURSDAY at 6:30 to 7:30pm CENTRAL as he teaches his approach to this multi-faceted area of real estate (and bring your questions).

 

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