Awesome! Thank you for sharing. It is always nice to see before and after. Everything looks great. The only question I would have is why did you decide NOT to open up or change the layout of the kitchen? It looks like you kept with the same layout of the house, but, wondering about the kitchen. thanks!!
Thanks for sharing - very motivating!
1. Did you purchase with conventional loan?
2. How did you find the property?
Excellen rehab, very nice!
Super inspiring, and great before-and-after photos. Congrats!
Congrats to you and your Partner! Wow, the b4 and after pics are great to see. Incredible!
You guys did a job well done!
I am in California and starting out. I would appreciate your budget breakdown as my guide.
Congrats again, and may you have thousands more flips to come!
@Steven Rubino congrats!
The house looks fantastic!! I would love the budget breakdown if you don't mind. :-) I am wanting to do a flip myself. Thank you for posting!
Congrats! and great job on renovation. Just curious, you are your partners are contractors, but if you were charging $s on that job (if you were a hired contractors), how much would the profit have been (or would there have been a profit)? I'm considering getting into flipping so it would be great to know some stats. Thank you.
Wow Steven! This is a job very well done. The pictures of the before and after are amazing. It seems a lot of work..... but well executed by you and your partner. Thank you for sharing and encouraging someone like me that is new to BP. I will be sharing my story soon too :).
@Steven Rubino Congratulations!!! It's gorgeous!!
Good job Steven! Looks like a doll house now. WOW! A little persistence and hard work pays off! Thanks for sharing! Good luck on future projects!
@Steven Rubino WOW looks great!!!!!!!!!!!!! congrats man you guys did an amazing job!!!!!!!!!!!! I will PM you, I would love to see the cost breakdown. Thanks.
Looks great! Did an amazing job!
Nice work and not a bad ROI for your first. Great job on the finish. Did you stage the home? How much was that cost?
Look great! I love to see an old one get brought back to life. I wonder why you did not place the fridge in front of the window (and maybe wall it up there) instead of scrunching it in near the stove. I am sure you have your reasons!!! Great job.
Yes, finish carpentry is expensive isn't it? (I used to do it for a living)
As far as keeping the radiant heat, I would have done that too. There are quality AC units that do not require ducts and, radiant heat is actually more efficient and comfortable than forced air - many people are returning to this type of system - of course you need to check your particular market to see if people care one way or the other.
Great job, I see you did a bit of work yourself, and know the carpentry costs added up to a hefty amount, but curious if you could elaborate a bit more on what exactly added up to 133k in reno and operating expenses budget? I see you have very nice finishe, but given you didn't replace roof, and didn't have to touch electrical or plumbing, what added all the way up to 133?
Congratulations! I am still looking forward to my first flip. This will add tremendous value to that neighborhood.
Iam amazed of the transformation you guys did with this home. Great Job!
Congratulations. Thanks for sharing
Awesome job Steven! Hard work does pay off!
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