“While the mechanics of each house flip is the same (generate leads, crunch numbers, make an offer, fund the deal, rehab the property, and sell it), each prospective homebuyer and property is different...
Flipping houses is a great way to profit off the Real Estate market. It is one of the more popular methods and well-known for dramatic transformations as shown on various reality television shows.
Patrick Bieleny is the proud owner and operator of PB & Co. Houses in Calgary, Alberta. Bieleny was born in Eastern Europe in the eighties, before he immigrated to Toronto in the pursuit of education.
In a forthcoming interview with the online mental health and productivity platform Thrive Global, real estate developer and entrepreneur Patrick Bieleny sits down for an in-depth conversation on matters of creativity and inspiration.
In a soon-to-be-released exclusive interview with IdeaMensch—the self-described online platform for entrepreneurs, makers, and doers—Patrick Bieleny reveals some of the valuable advice and best practices that led him to survive and thrive in the fast-moving, cutthroat industry of house flipping.
Experienced real estate professional Patrick Bieleny is excited to announce his exclusive online interview with Inspirey. Inspirey features exclusive and in-depth interviews with accomplished entrepreneurs and executives from around the world.
Patrick Bieleny is pleased to announce that he has been featured in an exclusive interview with Kivo Daily. Kivo is one of the world’s most popular and respected digital platforms, which offers original and timely content that primarily focuses on business, entrepreneurship and thought leadership.
In real estate, there are many different ways you can invest and turn a profit. For Patrick Bieleny, flipping houses offers the best bang for his buck. Bieleny immigrated to Canada from Eastern Europe for school in 2010 and attended the University of Toronto.
Mental health treatment facilities are often stereotyped as desolate, sterile, and harsh. The walls are white, the lighting is bright, and there are no paintings on the wall.
Patrick Bieleny is a prominent real estate investor in Calgary, Alberta. While many believe that investors are successful due to generational wealth or inheritance, Patrick Bieleny came from a family of humble means.
"What I love most about my industry is that it rewards those who take risks and make bold decisions. This aspect has allowed me to find many lucrative deals in several markets, and generate profits when the odds were clearly stacked against me. "
"My first experience in real estate investing was after graduating from the University of Toronto, when I purchased, renovated, and then sold a condo townhouse located near Calgary."
When you hear about the health benefits associated with positive thinking—a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, infection, and respiratory disease, including improved mood, emotional regulation, and overall quality of life—it might seem like the obvious choice.
There has been a lot of focus put on physical well-being regarding the pandemic, as it has potentially serious respiratory symptoms. However, while there are short-term and possible lasting physical effects from COVID-19, you shouldn’t ignore keeping your mental health in check during these times, says Patrick Bieleny, a real estate investor and mentor in Calgary, Alberta.
When it comes to maintaining your mental health, there’s never been a more important time to ensure healthy habits — and that includes what’s on your dinner plate, says Patrick Bieleny, a real estate investor and mentor based in Calgary, Alberta.
Interior decorating trends this year reflect a little bit of “the old,” a little bit of “the new,” and a great deal of evidence of a population that has taken to nesting in a way that many have never seen before. Though buyer-seller behavior has changed several times over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, buying and selling haven’t stopped.
Sellers and buyers often grow confused about what it means to remodel versus renovate their home and living space. Unfortunately, these two terms are not interchangeable. Patrick Bieleny is a respected real estate investor and entrepreneur in Calgary, Alberta, with a specialty for flipping houses.
When looking for a new home, there are typically two rooms that are consistently the most important to buyers — the kitchen and the master bathroom. Incidentally, these two rooms become focal points for adding the most value to a home before putting it on the market.
Working from home has become the new normal for employers and employees, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. For those not used to creating a work space at home, doing so can be tricky. Patrick Bieleny is a respected real estate investor and entrepreneur in Calgary, Alberta, with a specialty for flipping houses. He explains how to set up a home office for increased productivity.