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Ever thought that you could fix up houses and sell them for profit? Here’s your chance to become the house flipper you have always known you can be with Flippit! Live the life of a real estate investor and start building your portfolio. Buy, fix, and flip for a profit. That’ll be your new lifestyle motto. Understand the needs of your buyers with different requirements and to complete your tasks within their time constraints. Be careful though, disasters can strike up at any time, which can cause delays or you to lose profits. Develop your skills in renovating your fixer upper houses to the most profitable offer. Simulate the real estate investor lifestyle you’ve seen on TV without the financial risk. Flippit! is a real estate investment, aka house flipping, simulation game. It is free to download but does contain in-app purchases if you wish to increase your profits and speed up the game play.
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I Like These Types Of Games... Perferably Because Most Of The “Houseflipping” Games Are Sourrounded By None Other Than Overpriced Or Puzzles. I Did Find Somethings A Little Odd But Maybe Its Because I Am A Newb At This Particular Game.... I Went Broke In A Matter Of A Handful Of Deals Where I Fully Upgraded Everything Top Notch Then Rented Out The Properties Instead Of Selling Them. Because Of That I Ended Up Renting 2 Fully Restored Top Appliance, Flooring, Roofing,Bathroom Specialists And Every Worker They Had Available That I Could Afford For About A Little Under $140,000 And ended Up With Only $3,000 In My Bank Left Over. NOW THAT Blew But I Am Redownloading It Again So I Can Redo My Mistakes In House Flipping. 1 Thing I Do Not Like Is I Keep Getting Anywhere Between $10,000-$20,000 Short Of My Asking Price I Dont Understand That.
Pro: Frustrating at first but once I figured out that I can hire multiple contractors to work on properties at the same time, game became much more satisfying. Cons: So many: 1) Multiple pop-ups that lay over each other and interrupt game play. They are annoying to navigate; 2) Pop-ups that notify you about weather or delivery delays navigate you to different homes, even if you’re in the middle of a transaction. That transaction now applies to a different home but there is no way of knowing because you are literally about to complete it. For example, you are buying work on Home B within a pop-up. Home A has a rain delay. You’re still in the pop-up but the background (greyed out) has transitioned back to Home A. You complete the purchase, only to find out it has been applied to Home A. Consequences: Home A is now going to need more time, Home A’s expenses have increased, Home A’s net value has decreased, Home B isn’t getting the upgrade, and you’re not aware of any of this; 3) The algorithm for when a weather or delivery delay occurs needs to be addressed. I constantly find myself in a situation where I have 20 seconds left on a house, just a few seconds left on the construction upgrades, and then a 1:45 delay pops up, requiring me to pay to end the delay. It happens frequently enough that I’m close to deleting the game. Please fix these issues, especially with the pop-ups and home navigation.
First of all, the game seems to have a function where it allows you to do a couple repairs then if you close the game and reopen it later you get a screen of offers that you have no choice but to accept one of the offers as there is literally no way to close that screen or reject all the offers. I wouldn’t dare dream of buying a 50k foreclosure and slapping a new coat of paint, patching the roof and trying to flip it for 60k... you’re leaving money on the table. At least fix this function where you can close that window or reject all those offers and go back to renovating. Same happens if I choose the rent option. About the best work around to this flaw that I’ve found is to immediately choose rent, do a couple repairs, wait for the tenants to break the lease(it WILL eventually happen) then choose rent again, a couple more repairs and wait for the broken lease again. It’s workable, but wholly unrealistic and ridiculous. Fun, but fundamentally broken.
I looked at this game and the reviews and it seemed like a great game. It started out okay...the directions were very sparse and just basically told you what things were. They don’t tell you you only have 5 minutes to fix the house once purchased and sell it. I also had the game freeze so I couldn’t do anything even after uninstalling then reinstalling. Once I figured out the timing, I was doing alright buying, fixing and selling but, then I left the game for a break after selling a house with a nice profit and when I went to play again, the game was at the same house I had just sold prior to leaving the game and asking me to sell it again for a much lower value. The game itself was glitching as it was zoomed all the way in to the roof with a sold sign on it. If you scrolled to the left, it showed the other houses sold and purchased prices but would show the house from far away then zoom right into the roof. Liked the game but too many glitches to deal with. Let me know when you’ve fixed it and I may try again. I love HGTV and this seemed so close. Please fix!!
Rentals - There is no information on what to do with rental properties. If I don’t collect the money before the lease is up, the money just goes away? How long is 1 year vs. a 5 year in real time? Selling - You get 5 minutes to fix up a house. If you choose to fix up more than one house at a time, toggling between them makes your highest offers go down. Why? Why isn’t there a running total of what I’ve put into a house (cost + upgrades) while I’m upgrading? The only way to see the actual amount spent is afterwards in the portfolio, unless it’s a rental. By the way, what is the number with the red/ green arrow in rental mode? Some explanation on this would be nice. Gems - Multiple times, I bought 2 more minutes, it took the gems but didn’t give me any more time. You can buy special managers, but they cost gems. It would be nice to have a cash deal on these guys every once in a while, so I actually knew what real value they brought to a project before I spent real money on gems. Also, these managers come with an explanation if you tap them, but the “handyman” doesn’t. What does he do to cost twice as much? This would be a fun game if there were some fixes. The lack of goals and house prices capping out at around $700k also makes gameplay boring after about 2 days. Short sales make game play a bit more interesting.
Developed by ArchiDesign Studios, LLC.
FlippIt! - House Flipper is ranking in Games & Simulation & Family
Last update was at Sep 15, 2021and the current version is 2.0.7.
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FlippIt! - House Flipper have a 2 356a user reviews.