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Coffee With Coleman: What to Consider Before Buying a Flipped House

Welcome to Coffee with Coleman! I’m John Coleman, and in this feature, I’ll cover real estate topics in fun and easy-to-digest video breakdowns. If there’s a topic you are interested in hearing more about, feel free to comment on the video and/or reach out to me directly.

Buying a flipped home does not mean life is automatically worry free. In this video, we break down what to consider when buying a flipped home. Are you taking the right precautions to protect yourself?

Most Thursdays I host a livestream at 6 p.m. to cover a lot of the nuts and bolts of the home-buying process. Sign up here to learn more: www.learntobuydc.com

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