4 Tips for Rehabbing Properties

Posted by JD Esajian // September 6, 2011

Rehabbing properties with the intent to sell them can be expensive and time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be. If you have a real estate investment that needs work before it’s ready to go on the market, you can save thousands of dollars by doing many of the repairs yourself. Here are four tips to get you on your way:

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4 Ways to Increase Your Home’s Curb Appeal: Fall Edition.

Posted by JD Esajian // September 4, 2011

Selling a home in the fall means dealing with challenging weather and temperatures that may negatively impact your curb appeal. If you want to make your real estate investment profitable, you need to make sure the outside of your home looks more appealing than ever. Here are four ways you can your boost your property’s curb appeal this fall.

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Back to School: 4 Projects to Keep You Busy

Posted by JD Esajian // September 1, 2011

The new school year is under way, and now that the kids are occupied, you can use your free time to get your home ready for the fall. There’s a lot of work to be done to make sure your house is ready for the changing seasons, but it will go quickly if you pace yourself. Here are four afternoon projects that will keep your property value high through the fall:

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Living on the Connecticut Waterfront: 4 Helpful Tips

Posted by JD Esajian // August 31, 2011

New England’s beautiful beaches have been known to draw in new homeowners from across the country, and Connecticut is no exception. There are scores of dream homes in New England, all along the waterfront – but living on a Constitution State beach isn’t the same as settling in San Diego. Here are four helpful tips to keep in mind if you’re buying a home on the Connecticut waterfront.

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5 Ways to Add Value to Your Connecticut Home (Without Breaking the Bank)

Posted by JD Esajian // August 17, 2011

Summer is a seller’s market for Connecticut real estate, and everyone is clamoring to up their house’s market price on the cheap. Here are 5 ways you can make your Constitution State home worth more, for less.

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Real Estate Flipping Tips: Advanced Cleaning 202

Posted by JD Esajian // July 26, 2011

Avid readers of real estate flipping tips are surely aware of the near-magical properties of baking soda and vinegar. When mixed, they do everything from removing stains to obliterating odors. Still, sometimes you need something a little stronger. If you’ve already mastered the art of cleaning homes with baking soda and vinegar but you need a few extra real estate flipping tips for making your property sparkle, read on:

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5 Improvements Real Estate Flippers Can Make Today

Posted by JD Esajian // July 21, 2011

If you’re already a flipper, you know that rehabbing properties can net you tons of money – if you’re willing to sink time and cash into a project. Of course, there’s always the potential for even bigger gains through flipping real estate. Make one of these simple changes today to increase your profits.

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Real Estate Flipping Tips: Backyards 101

Posted by JD Esajian // July 8, 2011

Creating a beautiful backyard isn’t something that comes up in real estate flipping tips very often. Because the backyard is behind the home and usually doesn’t have an impact on curb appeal, most flippers spend their time and energy on landscaping the front yard. But spending some time behind the house can make a big difference. Here are some real estate flipping tips for quickly sprucing up the backyard:

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Real Estate Flipping Tips: Roofing 101

Posted by JD Esajian // June 22, 2011

Although rehabbing properties usually involves making cosmetic upgrades, sometimes structural changes can’t be avoided. Major renovations can require lots of money and time, but they may be well worth the effort, depending on the original cost of the purchase and the final sale price. If you’ve decided that you need to replace the roof on a home, here are some real estate flipping tips for roofs.

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Real Estate Flipping Tips: Curb Appeal 101

Posted by JD Esajian // June 14, 2011

One of the biggest real estate flipping tips you’ll read online and in books is to focus on curb appeal. A gorgeous exterior can transform a home from just another property on the block to something truly special. If you’re thinking about selling your home or rehabbing properties, consider these real estate flipping tips for curb appeal.

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