It’s entertaining to watch and think about doing it yourself, but is house flipping easy? Let’s find out!
Release Date: May 17th, 2018
House Flipper is a unique chance to become a one-man renovation crew. Buy, repair and remodel devastated houses. Give them a second life and sell them at a profit!
The first thing I see is, what looks like an abandoned shack. This heap of junk is where my base of operations is going to be run from. All I need are the basic essentials anyways. A bed to sleep, a bathroom complete with shower, and finally, a laptop to look for houses to flip. Don’t let the title ‘House Flipper’ misguide you though, because you’ll be doing much more than just that. My first job was to just replace a radiator for someone whose boyfriend stole it. The house itself was a junk fest too, was it the boyfriend that did it, or was the lady living there just a pig, I wonder.
I arrive at the ‘radiator’ house and immediately start cleaning everything up before installing it. I like to clean up before work. I earned a skill point along the way as well too. I can spend it on making cleaning up faster, or see dirt on the minimap, and finally extend the range of my mop.
After everything was done, I installed the radiator for about 45 bucks and received a 100% completion notification. It’s nice to have a completion indicator. You actually install it too, it’s not an automatic thing. You place the radiator and you tighten the bolts with a touch of a mouse click. It’s very rewarding and has a nice feel to it.
Overall, this seems like it could get addictive, and that’s not a bad thing. The easy to use controls with everything seemingly tied to mouse buttons, making for a fun experience. To clean things up, you hold down the left mouse button, to clean up garbage, a single click will suffice.
Time to get to my next house.