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Each project has an individual website which details the entire project from start to finish including property proformas, construction budgets, picture videos, etc.
Falcon Ave Project (Purchased 7/28/10)
Falcon Ave Project PRIVACY AND INCREDIBLE CANYON VIEWS! This gorgeous home is “like-new” again with all systems new – elect. , plumbing, heating. This 2 Bed / 2 Bath, 952 sf home has new EVERYTHING! Gourmet kitchen with granite and stainless steel. Glass “subway tile” backsplash. Incredible views from two full decks – one on each level puts you on top of the world where you can be at peace. New flooring, paint, and baths. Master Suite has own deck and modern full bath with big walk-in shower. Gated storage area to R of garage. Small dog run. Permits and Insp.
Caminito Agadir Project (Sold 9/30/10)
Caminito Agadir Project The property has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 1550 sq ft, and was built in 1977 but was remodeled in 2006. We were called on this from the marketing we have been doing to agents. This agent was contacted by me originally when I was selling Pennsylvania. She was a “cold call” I made to let her know what I did and was looking for and she called me about 2 weeks later when this was falling out of escrow. After analyzing the comparable properties in the area, estimated construction costs, and projected construction time of the project an offer was made.
Bullrush Project (Sold 9/23/10)
Bullrush Project This was 3 Bed / 3 Bath house up in Escondido. Purchased for $200,000 and had a construction budget of $25,000.
5th Ave Project This project is a 2 Bed / 1 Bath 850 sf house on a large lot. This is one of the three properties I bought in the 30 Day Challenge I made. We found this property using the fresh to the MLS method, this was a traditional sale not an REO. When I called (which I always do before I drive a property) to see if it were available they were just about to submit offers in a couple hours so I dropped everything, jumped in the car and took a look. As soon as I walked it I called the agent from the front porch and let them know to write up the offer which got accepted over 30 other offers after having to raise my price $25,000 and offering a 4 day close (The trust ended up taking about 3 weeks to close)