Posts Tagged 'Deteriorated Home Fixing'

4 Great Reasons Why REIs Must Do A Green Rehab

Posted on: January 12, 2011

Categories: Fix, Ideas, Investors, Property Management, Things To Consider

Author: lbuen


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With the growing social awareness of the need to care for the environment, emphasizing the importance of  green living to parry climate change, every rehabber may have toyed the idea of doing a green rehab. So what’s holding you back from jumping on the green bandwagon?

While you think of some excuses why you cannot get involved in green rehab, here is a list of why you should:

1. Let’s Begin With the Obvious: Green Rehab to Help Minimize Climate Change

It is the conscientious thing to do. Since this opens up to a larger topic, and perhaps may spark several arguments, let me leave it to Greenpeace and other tree huggers to expound on it.

2. Do Green Rehab to Cash In on the Growing But Untapped Green Market

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Where to Source Your Rehab Funding

Posted on: January 10, 2011

Categories: Buy, Fix, Investors, Property Management, Things To Consider

Author: lbuen

Avalanche of Money Lenders Replaces Customary Lunch with Private Investors

Luncheons with a coterie of investors with deep pockets used to be the avenue that lead real estate investors to the Land of Ready Cash. Today, however, more and more private lending companies are purveying rehab loans to rehabbers and real estate investors who want to renovate their rental properties. The government is also offering rehab funding with terms and conditions varying from city to city.

A real estate investor does not have to go far to look for a rehab loan. Skipping the need for leafing through the menu of the restaurant where private investors’ money were used to be raised, a cash-hungry real estate investor can instead browse the Internet for a list of lenders for this kind of loan. For the newbie, however, selecting the lenders… Read the rest

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Landlord’s Rehab Flooring Guide

Posted on: September 15, 2009

Categories: Fix, How To

Author: buyfixandprofit

Landlord’s flooring guide for rehabbing for cash flow

Rehabbing a foreclosure to hold as a rental property, versus selling it to a homeowner, requires a different approach to the rehab than one may be accustomed to.  Think durability.  Most tenants generally do not care for their homes as well as homeowners.  Also, many homes in rental heavy neighborhoods usually wind up having many more live-in boyfriends, girlfriends, and kids than originally accounted for on the lease.

Rehab choices for a rental house should be made with with durability and ease of maintenance in mind.  Remember that when you decide to sell your investment property down the line, you will have to clean up after the previous tenants anyway.  So at that time, invest the additional $3,000 to $4,000 to spruce up the house to make it look homeowner ready instead… Read the rest

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Show Case Video of A Deteriorated Home Fixing

Posted on: September 11, 2009

Categories: Fix, Real Cases

Author: buyfixandprofit

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Video of a deteriorated house fixing case

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