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The Art of Appraisals and Why They’re Not Always Accurate

Appraisals are truly an art; not a science. What one appraiser says is worth $100,000, another appraiser could say it’s worth $130,000. So why would an appraisal come in below the purchase price? Lets dive into this first with the definition of an appraisal. Real estate appraisal, property valuation or land valuation is the process of developing an opinion…

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in Dayton, Dayton, Franklin, Inspections, Middletown, Ohio, Property Rehab, Real Estate Investing, Rehab Standards, Turnkey Investments

Why A Home Warranty on A Turnkey Property Could Save Your Investment

Most investors or turnkey real estate buyers know about home warranties. Many of us buy them or request them on a personal home purchase. However, most turnkey companies or properties don’t come with a home warranty. It’s just not an industry standard. Is it really needed? It is something you should ask for? Absolutely. And…

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in Dayton, Entrepreneur, Franklin, Middletown, Ohio, Property Rehab, Real Estate Investing, Turnkey Investments

Can’t I do real estate investing myself?

HGTV has played a huge role in getting Americans interested in real estate. Specifically real estate investing and flipping. A show comes on with a dynamic duo, they buy a house, and within 30 minutes, you’ve got a completely rehabbed home selling for $100,000 more than their total investment. Sounds like a dream, right? Well…

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Rehab Standards Can Make or Break a Turnkey Deal

If we have said it once, we will say it a million times, the rehab on your turnkey property can completely leave you sunk. Big time. Most turnkey companies have standards. Let’s rephrase. Most good turnkey companies have standards. But what are those standards? This should be one of your first questions when speaking with a…

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