Want a way to save money on house flipping and help a great cause?
It’s through Habitat for Humanity, the non-profit that builds houses all over the world.
This organization runs Habitat for Humanity ReStores (or Habitat Home Centers, depending on your location). It offers appliances, home accessories, building materials and furniture at a fraction of the price of new items. When you’re searching for materials for your house flip, you owe it to yourself to pay a visit.
Because it operates on donated items, the inventory changes regularly. That means if you flip houses often, you should check out this store every couple of weeks. You never know when a great item or some excellent supplies come in.
And when you’re moving or upgrading items in your own house, consider donating the items you’re replacing to the ReStore. The value of your donations is tax-deductible.
About the ReStore
According to Habitat for Humanity, most Habitat ReStores are owned and operated by local Habitat for Humanity offices. Nearly all the proceeds from individual stores go to the local Habitat office to work in local communities. Some of it also goes to the parent organization to help provide shelter around the world. Habitat has more than 1,400 affiliates in the United States and more than 70 global organizations. It’s credited with improving the lives and living conditions of more 6.8 million people.
As an investor, you’re always looking for ways to save money. After all, the more money you spend, the more money that’s eating away at your profits. Purchasing some of your rehab materials not only saves you money but is also a great way to recycle resources and help out your community.
Watch our video to see how you can save thousands on your next rehab!