FLIPS and Rehabs
Question from Randy:
When I buy a house to rehab and flip,
I enter the expenses of the rehab,
Do I enter it as an repair expense?
I do a close out report and I am showing a Capitalized expense,
I do not know how It got there. Help Please
ANSWER from Mike
I enter the expenses of the
– NO, NO, NO
– when you buy any property,
everything and anything you do to or on this property…
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I understand your reply of repair versus capital expense so my question must not have been clear…
When I buy a house to resell that will need some repairs, these repairs are a capital expense as the property is not in “service”.
To properly see my cash flow in Investor Books PRO when I do a report, I put these fix up costs as an expense (initially). I do this under “repairs and maintenance”
The fix ups will eventually be transferred and re-characterized as a capital expense at a later date thus in the meantime allowing my cash flow report to provide useful information for me as an investor.
My question is when do I transfer this to the asset?
Thank you Mike,
Hope that is more clearer-er
Great Question Steve! This is probably one of those questions most investors are afraid to ask.
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