Let's say you're in California and you met a seller who is willing to sign over the deed. Would you take it? If you do, the seller can come back and void the transaction within two years from that date because you violated the "California Civil Code."
More people today are buying up and keeping - or at least contemplating keeping - their old homes. In fact, 65% of investors are renting their properties instead of flipping? Does this make sense for you? Here are some things to consider:
I am not talking about a house that simply needs a kitchen remodel or to fix up a bathroom or two. No, when I say project house I am talking a complete rip and replace of every room because we are dealing with the mold, rot and rodents type of project house.
The ReInhabit philosophy: bigger, newer, shinier is not always better. Instead, the team is hanging their shingle on individual style --and an uncanny knack for knowing intuitively what elements should stay and what needs to go.