2014-10-31 17.44.05 (Medium)

More than meets the eye (#9)

Sadly, shortly after purchase it became apparent that this property was going to become a money pit and surpass the original estimate of $6,000. It was discovered after purchase that the flooring in the kitchen and bathroom were completely dry-rotted and needed replaced. The heating had to be completely replaced with something safer (And all-new ductwork had to be done) along with ~$500 worth of trash removal in a cellar that wasn’t discovered during original inspection.

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Best house on worst block (#8)

Another relatively straightforward rehab. The kitchen had been severely neglected and needed the cabinets & counter tops replaced. Other than this there was a staircase leading to a extraordinarily large attic on the unfinished 2nd floor. We finished about a third of the attic resulting in an additional 3rd bedroom. House was rented very quickly after rehab was done and has been a great property so far.