As promised, here is Part II of a video I shot a few months back in December of a Sacramento fixer house awaiting a flip. This one definitely needed some loving and over the past few months it’s been completely rehabbed. If you remember, this house actually had $48,000 in code enforcement fines too. Thankfully a remodel like this helps improve the image of the neighborhood and it drives out squatters too. I met up yesterday with a friend at Housing Group Fund to walk through the house to see the after version. Enjoy some before and after pics throughout the video. If you subscribe by email, click here to see the video. What do you think?
Dear Investor on the Phone-
We spoke today for ten minutes or so while I was driving in the field. We discussed you searching for a duplex, triplex or fourplex in the Sacramento area. I know it’s not been easy to get a contract accepted these days because of the multiple offers (even on fixer residential-income properties). Despite the troubled economy, there’s competition out there because investors still have cash to make these deals work, don’t they?
Anyway, as we discussed on the phone, I have some potential leads for you, so make sure to give me a call. I know this seems a bit odd to write a note publicly, but that’s the way you found me in the first place. Unfortunately your email did not come through and your phone number listed as “blocked” on my cell (so I cannot call you back).
I hope our paths cross for business or networking. Best of luck to you.