Flipping homes are my business and business is good. I have in this game for a couple decades now, and I have zero complaints. It has been a struggle at times, but overall I have fared very well and have my own company with employees and an office. Getting the office was huge because it gave me a sense of legitimacy that I lacked, even though that’s not how other people saw it. Anyway, in my line of work, there are a lot of little things that you cannot overlook when rehabbing a house. The beams need to be sturdy and centered, the roof needs to not leak, and the furnace needs to actually work when you turn it on; additionally, you need to make sure there aren’t any harmful liquids or gasses leaking into the house. One of the silent killers in homes is radon gas. It is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that seeps into a house through the natural cracks that can form in the foundation. Once inside it slowly builds over months and years until every room is full of the stuff. Radon gas has been linked to lung cancer and should be removed immediately upon finding. C02 gas is another one of those silent killers, though it works much quicker than radon does. The C02 buildup will quickly cause a person’s brain to become foggy and for them to get very sleepy. Falling asleep in this instance would be a terrible thing! My advice is to have both radon and C02 detectors in your basement and check them regularly.