Open House Sun, August 16 from 1 – 4pm
After about 10 weeks of hard work, our rehab of 2775 SW 1st St is done! Rather than go into a long explanation of what we did, I’ll allow the work to speak for itself. I will however give you a brief overview:
-3 beds/1 bath, 1200 sq ft
-New kitchen including appliances, countertops, and cabinets
-New bathroom including tile, shower doors, vanity, and hardware
-New fence for added privacy
-Expanded driveway and new porch tile
Asking $340,000 – MLS #: A2159928
Don’t miss our Open House this Sunday, August 16 from 1 – 4pm.
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This property won’t last long, so swing by before it’s too late. E-mail us or call 786-713-2000 for more information:
We’re pleased to announce that we’re halfway done with the rehab of 2775 SW 1st St in Little Havana. Everything has gone smoothly, and we’re on schedule thankfully.
I should clarify: we are 50% done with the repairs and renovations, but the project won’t be done for another four to five weeks due to lead times on kitchen cabinets and new windows, both of which are being fabricated.
You Have to Break a Few Eggs….
Our rehab is in full swing! As you can see, we’ve made great progress, and the kitchen demo is nearly completed. We want to take down the exposed wall you see for an open kitchen.
We just closed on a single-family home in Miami located at 2775 SW 1st St in Little Havana, and are beginning to rehab it. Our goal is to flip it in the next few months.
Norah O’Donnell recently interviewed the CEO of Zillow on CBS This Morning. Touching on one of the most prominent misconceptions in the real estate industry, she asked him about the websites accuracy when it comes to estimating property values.
As real estate investors we often get asked the same question: Why should I sell you my property below market value? And it’s a fair and reasonable question. Allow us to explain why.
The perfect time to sell your home is dependent on a number of personal factors. Obviously, profiting the sale is an important part of the decision, however there is no magic formula to determine that exact right moment to start marketing their property. You need to make sure it’s the right time emotionally and from a competitive standpoint. If there are too many houses on the market in your neighborhood, your chances of getting top dollar will drastically decrease.
Photo Credit: “Investors” by Lending Memo on Flickr. CC Licensed.
If you decide to sell your house, either because you want to downsize, switch neighborhoods, relocate because of work, or even go bigger because of a growing family, there are a few different ways you can do it. You can hire a real estate agent to take care of the sale for you, sell it yourself in a for sale by owner situation, or ask a real estate investment company to purchase your home.
While everybody is hoping to get the best price for their property, some overly-optimistic sellers fail to accurately assess what goes in to determining that value. Looking at comparable properties is the best litmus test for discovering what that value is, with any buyer’s ability to purchase it based on his financial viability, current status and ability to pay.
Deciding to sell your house usually brings visions of securing an agent, listing your home and playing the waiting game. First you wait to get a bite on the listing. Then you wait for buyers to see your home and make an offer. After that, you wait for a home appraisal and for the buyer to be approved for a mortgage loan. It can be a very lengthy, drawn-out process from the time you decide to sell your home until the closing date. There is, however, a shortcut to this: a cash offer.