Boulder Fix 'n Flips

by Osman Parvez

A few weeks ago, we prepared an analysis for a client of last year's fix 'n flips in Boulder. "Fix n' flip" defined as properties purchased, repaired or remodeled, and then resold for a substantially higher price within a few months.

After analyzing 2005's sales data, I came up with four properties that were clear examples in the City of Boulder. Three projects had enough profitability to be successful, with an average purchase price of $427K, gross profit of $156K, and holding period of 188 days. One looks like it just broken even.

The analysis includes "before" and "after" MLS sheets with color photographs. I've also spoken with a few of the agents involved to get more details and am happy to share info with prospective clients.

For obvious reasons, I'm limiting this to those open to establishing a professional relationship. If you'd like a copy, please leave your name, phone number, and email address on the contact page along with a little note indicating your interest and I'll get in touch. Also, feel free to call me at 303.746.6896

p.s. a few readers have expressed some interest in getting together to discuss these projects. If you're still interested, drop me a line and lets set up a time.

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