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Originally a commercial space downstairs, the building had previously been converted to a single-family house.
He learned some lessons along the way that could help you if you’re considering taking on your own Philly rehab.
This property was purchased using the BRRRR (Buy, Renovate, Rent, Refinance, Repeat) method if you’re not familiar.
After a clean out and cosmetic fixed including paint, flooring, kitchen, trim, and light fixtures, Hart Lane looks like a totally new property.
The plan is to do a full gut rehab on a three-story home in the up-and-coming neighborhood of East Kensington.
The plan: a total gut rehab to turn this huge Philly row home around. As you can see, that would take a lot of work.
Greenest Homes is the rehab company of ILPH real estate agent Emily Downs and her brother, Sebastian Downs
The residential finance mortgage was $145k. They found it to be more cost efficient to buy the materials and sub out labor.
The first floor, that was once an office, was converted into a residential apartment.
Gordon's first suburban renovation was conducted on this 6,000 sqft, 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom home in Lower Gwynedd Township.
His goal was to spend less than 20k to rehab, with the goal to rent the property at $1600/month by September, 2021.