Rehab Projects

Jan. 9, 2017

How Do I Sell My (Massachusetts) Home If It Needs Fixing?

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How do I sell a home if it needs significant repair? If by significant you mean you have foundation issues, there's water damage, the roof is bad, you have bad tenants, it would be a bad situation. In that case what you're looking for is you don ...

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Jan. 19, 2016

5 Need Funding For Flips? Here Are The Top 5 Hard Money Lenders In MA

Are you looking for funding for your local real estate flips? Great, Below is a list of the TOP 5 HARD MONEY LENDERS in the Massachusetts area. If you have a deal pending, or would like to get more information about working with these lenders, please contact Doug Medvetz at ...

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Jan. 16, 2016

All Quotes are Not Created Equal

New Year, New Home projects. When you start the process of making renovations, make sure you ask the right questions. Many people fall victim to the bid quote they get from general contractors to renovate their homes. Our goal is to help you stay on a budget! No one should ...

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Aug. 17, 2015

Somerville Real Estate Developers Give Advice To Future Investors

Dan Rubin & Ray Hurteau, from HRV Homes, invited Boston Wealth Builders out to their latest rehab project this past weekend. They've recently taken on a 3 family building in Somerville which they plan to convert into 3 luxury condos. The project located at 36 Rossmore Street will consist ...

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June 28, 2013

How to Build a Good House Flipping Team

Right now is a great time to be in the Massachusetts house flipping business! Real estate prices are seeing steady growth and home buyers are feeling comfortable again. The key to success in the rehabbing business is to have a great team of industry professionals around you. There are so ...

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Jan. 10, 2013

Keep It Simple - Easy Maintenance Investment Homes

Whether you’re planning to purchase a multi-family home as your primary residence or as an investment property, consider the overall structure of the home. When evaluating each property, note the complexity of the construction. While you definitely want a home that’s eye-pleasing to neighbors and potential renters, you don’t want ...

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