Fixin’ & Flippin’ in Today’s Real Estate Market – Nashville Main Presentation – June 14th spea

An Unfiltered Q&A with Fellow Investors

REIN Members Ray Burkhalter, Mark Hayes and George Mitchell have mastered the art of fixing and flipping properties. And at the June meeting they will be sharing tips and secrets including:

  • Which improvements add value (and which don’t)
  • Importance of a detailed property inspection
  • Which properties make the best investments
  • How to make the most money when you sell

Ray Burkhalter has been an active Real Estate Investor in Tennessee since 2004 and a real estate agent from 2009. After 12 years working as a mechanical engineer, he made the transition to full time investor in 2008 and opened Sugarbush Investment Group, Inc. with his wife Gail. Together they have purchased over 30 properties using a combination of owner financing and private lenders. They currently own and manage 16 investment properties in Rutherford County. A number of their investments have employed the fix and flip strategy which they continue to use on a limited basis today.

Mark Hayes was born and raised in Asheville, North Carolina, and is a 1997 graduate of Vanderbilt with a degree in Civil Engineering. From 1997 to 2001, Mark was a project manager for a geotechnical engineering firm. In 2002 he started RE Investing. Mark worked 5 part-time jobs for the next two years to pay the bills & worked on real estate during the day. He has been a full-time Real Estate Investor since January, 2005, having renovated over 35
homes. He currently has 35 rental units but his specialty is rehabbing homes to sell in the West Nashville area. He rehabs 6-8 homes per year.

REIN member George Mitchell made his first real estate purchase when he was 18 years old. He has built new houses, renovated multiple properties from houses to small apartment complexes, and is a licensed real estate agent. George buys, sells, and manages properties throughout Nashville.

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