In what world does cat pee smell like money? To a savvy investor who is looking to make their next purchase, cat pee-soaked carpets won’t necessarily be a deterrent but instead a negotiation tactic.
We know major structural repairs are going to eat into the cash flow but buying a property with good bones that meets your goals, aside from needing a face lift, can be an excellent purchase strategy. We know this is often discussed and most investors take this route, and unfortunately for some, the outcome isn’t what they hoped it would be.
Even with the best intentions, the mismatched outlet covers you got from the clearance rack aren’t working in your favor, nor is the mix of themes from an overly personalized renovation vs. focusing on cost effective updates that appeal to the masses.
Whether you are currently working on a project, plan to in the future or just want to hear the stories, join us Thursday, May 28 at 6:30 pm via online webinar. Come to hear from investors who also run a successful property management company, talk about the fails we have seen throughout the years and provide recommendations based on years of tenant feedback.
We look forward to seeing you there! To RSVP and receive the link: https://www.meetup.com/The-Landlords-Almanac/events/270683105/
Hosted by: Real Property Management Last Frontier – 810 N St #305 Anchorage, AK 99501