# Real estate investors
Fire Damaged Houses Are a Profitable Real Estate Investment For Flippers
Most insurance companies will not cover the cost of a fire-damaged home. They may pay for the damage caused by the fire, but they won't buy your house from you. If you have a mortgage on that property, then it is possible to get a loan from another company to buy that house and fix it up so that someone else can live there. There are some people who specialize in buying houses like these and fixing them up for resale at a profit! Selling a fire-damaged property has never been easier in today's market.
Selling A House That Won't Sell On The Market Easily
It can be frustrating when you are trying to sell your house, and it won't sell. You might have tried for months or even years before giving up, but there is something that is holding you back from selling the property. There are many different reasons why a house will not sell, including lack of exposure, wrong price point, bad location, etc.
Investors Are Buying Homes in RECORD Numbers
Investors are buying real estate in RECORD numbers. In today’s video I share WHY. I also discuss the cities that have the highest share of investor purchases in the US housing market. In addition, I share how these real estate investors purchasing homes affects non-investors who are looking to buy a home to live in. Get Connected To a GREAT Real Estate Agent in Your Area (ad): <a href="https://homeandmoney.com/jason">https://homeandmoney.com/jason</a> *** Jason Walter, CPA (lic 103885); Sacramento real estate agent and native; Realty ONE Group Complete (DRE 01923240). This post may include affiliate links (if you purchase anything through these affiliated links, the author may earn a commission).