Welcome to Fliposaurus!

This website was designed to help you through the process of flipping a house. We have attempted to convey this information without the drama of reality television or the slick, no-money-down ads you sometimes hear to lure you into a seminar. Our collective experience of nearly twenty years in the house-flipping business has been relayed in a way that is simple and easy to read. House flipping is not easy. However, by taking a methodic approach to flipping, you can be successful . . . without the drama.

Ames Shovels, Hand Tools Have Helped Build America

Here at Fliposaurus.com, we are big fans of The Ames Companies of Camp Hill, Pa., which has been building quality garden tools in the United States of America since 1774.

Now, as most of you should know if you were paying attention in history class, that was before there was a United States of America – back in the days before we declared our independence and when my partner Jefe was just a toddler.


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Decking Out the House Adds Appeal and Profits

When Jefe and I first started flipping, I was not excited about spending money on the exterior of our houses. (Okay, I’m never excited about spending money, period! But, that’s another issue.) I thought if we could just get people inside the house, they would be so impressed with our work that they would lavish us with praise and offer more than the asking price.

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Welcome to Fliposaurus.com


My partner and I began flipping houses nearly 10 years ago. And, we’ve been very successful at it.

However, you won’t hear us on the radio talking about how to use other people’s money to buy houses or how you can make “easy” money flipping houses. Flipping is hard work, but you can make it a successful venture with some determination and smart choices.

That is why we created Fliposaurus.com.

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Fixing Up a Stinker


It drives Fliposaurus.com crazy when we hear the bureaucrats in Washington say, Everyone has the right to home ownership.

First of all, it’s not a right. Secondly, if you’re in the house flipping business, it will quickly become apparent that there are people out there who should never own homes.

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Fliposaurus Q&A: Car Talk


You can submit questions through our website at www.Fliposaurus.com. Here’s one that came in the other day.

Dear Fliposaurus:

What is the proper sparkplug and point gapping for a 1953 Hudson Jet?

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