Waking Up

Real Estate is waking up. U.S. mortgage applications to purchase a home 🏠 rose 9% last week from the previous week and from a year earlier, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted index. It was the sixth straight week of gains and a 54% recovery since early April. Investopedia.com.

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This is despite the sobering news from the Labor Dept. Weekly pay fell 11% in April from the prior month. That was the biggest drop on record, but it will likely be broken in May. Investopedia.com This, plus historically high unemployment, will be immense hurdles for people buying homes but might be incentive to start a business fixing and flipping homes to add to your own income and to provide homes, maybe small homes, to young and old consumers alike. Both want to get out of community living and out of big mortgages. I have the funds to help you fill this void in housing.

Real estate agents are using more virtual tours to showcase their homes. You might be able to use a video 🎥 to showcase your remodeling experience on a loan application for a private money loan for your next project.

I am working online with the rest of you. If you need funding, fill out the BLN application at   http://reicapital.blnsoftware.com/ or send my an e-mail or give me a call.

Patrick St.Cin

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Fixing Up Houses for Seniors

The coronavirus pandemic has cast a shadow of mortal danger over senior community-living and assisted-living options, nursing home options, and the option of living fulltime on a cruise ship grazing the buffets and watching people, waves, and whales.  Instead of looking forward to being safe with others our own age, with staff to care for us, and convenient medical care, we find that living in community might expose us to a virus we have no immunity to and a particular susceptibility for.

Even if one eyes being sick alone with anxiety, aging in place, at home has become even more attractive in recent months, and it has also become more possible. Advances in electronic technology have given many seniors more tools to use to assist them in staying at home while they age. Online shopping and delivery of even groceries and the surge in telemedicine are a couple of the technologies that have taken off during the pandemic. According to the Wall Street Journal article by Peter Grant, Senior-Housing Communities Face Higher Vacancy Rates Amid Coronavirus, virtual “doctor visits through American Well, also known as Amwell, increased 1000% during a six-week period (1).”

While senior community investors are taking a beating right now, a fix-n-flip real estate investor might be able to turn a profit on small rundown houses by remodeling them into the perfect haven for a senior citizen who wants to avoid community living. The task will mean focusing on details that seniors would be looking for and then marketing those amenities when you sell the home. I’ve scoured several articles for ideas about what to remodel in a fix-n-flip for seniors.

The first Advice I found was “buy a single-story home.” (3)

ENTRANCE

Make a no-rise entry by adding a ramp instead of steps. (3)

Repair uneven or cracked walkways outside and add nonslip surfaces. (3)

If stairs must stay, add 1 ½-inch diameter rails on both sides. (3)

Add reflective strips to top and bottom of stairs. (3)

Create doorways that are wide enough for a wheelchair.

Add benches and hooks for packages both inside and outside an entrance. (3)

Make a cleanup station or mud room near the door so guests can wash hands, remove shoes, discard coats, and pick up a face mask at the entrance and not expose inhabitant to pathogens.

Put a roof over at least one entryway. (3)

KITCHEN

Install appliances with easy-to-read controls and push buttons. (3)

Install a wall oven. (3)

Make a microwave drawer. (3)

Use lazy Susan’s, rollout drawers, glass doors, and open shelving in cabinets and pantries. (3)

Install a single lever kitchen faucet. (3)(4)

LIVING AREA

Removing small step ups and down between rooms and replacing them with ramps.

Install flooring that is nonslip even when wet in bath and kitchen. (2) (3) (4)

Install outlets where they will be most useful, such as on walls where a flat screen would be used so cords don’t show and a little above desk height on walls and in the corners for charging devices or plugging in computers.

BATHROOMS

Install u-shaped and vertical grab bars in the shower and near the bathtub (2) (3) and add back bracing to the walls in these areas. (3)

A walk-in tub.

Install a curb-less entrance to the shower. (4)

Give shower floors a non-slip coating. (4)

Install shower seating, some are fold down. (2) (3)

Install adjustable handheld shower sprayers. (2) (3) (4)

Add extra lightening to shower area. (3) (4)

Install tall or comfort-height toilets and bars to grip when one is lowering and lifting themselves off the toilet. (4)

Add lever faucets to bathroom sinks. (3) (4)

OUTSIDE

Install new decks with handrails and no splinters.

Add Raised garden beds to the landscaping.

I can have private funding for your project. Let’s get our economy going again.

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Fix-n-Flip Time & Money

Although many states are exempting building, utility, road, and bridge construction from “stay-at-home” work shutdowns carried out to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, some states are calling for a cessation of all residential construction because it is not defined as “life sustaining” work or “construction of essential infrastructure.” If you read the recent Dallas County Shelter in Place order, you will see that Dallas County has not shut down residential construction. However, some states and counties across the country have. A fix-n-flipper needs to pay attention to the exemptions and inclusions in the work-stoppages orders that are being issued by state or county governments because it may affect your schedule and costs in ways you cannot predict.

Dallas county residents are being ordered to stay in their homes except for crucial work and errands, beginning 11:59P.M. Monday. All businesses that aren’t deemed essential also must stop operating.

Dallas Morning News, Updated 3/22/2020

Your construction loan has or will have terms and limits, usually 24 months for a fix-n-flip loan that will pay 100% of your estimated rehab costs. In an epidemic, you may find that you cannot finish construction in 24 months or within the costs you estimated months ago. If you are faced with a situation like the coronavirus pandemic, something you could neither foresee or prevent, you need to review your contracts for “Force Majeure” and price escalation clauses to understand who bears the risk in the case of work stoppages or rising material costs and shortages that are due to situations that cannot be predicted or avoided.

Be proactive. Start working this out with the organization or lender that lent you the money.  Be sure to understand that if the project needs to be stopped and the contract rewritten who calls the stoppage and who and how everyone involved must be informed.

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Delays often ripple through a project and can cause you to miss the deadline for your loan to be paid back, increasing your interest and penalties. Perhaps you can’t get a plumbing fixture delivered or a critical subcontractor is quarantined, and the next trades scheduled to work cannot proceed. Jump in and be aggressive about finding local alternative materials and even workers.

Louisiana becomes the ninth state to announce a statewide shelter-in-place order since California did so on Thursday night. Residents in Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon and Pennsylvania have begun or are about to begin staying at home for at least two weeks.

The Advocate, March 22, 2020

Below is a list of ways the coronavirus pandemic might affect your fix-n-flip project:

  • Sick workers who must quarantine for 14 days
  • Exposed workers who must quarantine for 14 days
  • Workers required to take off work to care for children when schools close
  • You have to take off work to care for your children when schools close
  • Subcontractors or specialty contractors who do not show up
  • Government permitting offices shutdown
  • Material shortages caused by epidemic in China or elsewhere
  • Shipping delays due to port-of-entry quarantines
  • Construction work stoppages in your area ordered by government to slow the spread of disease.
  • Material shortages cause prices to rise
  • Shipping costs rise owing to transportation shutdowns
  • Order cancellations

If you are in the process of negotiating your loan and calculating your expenses, you need to be very careful in estimating your materials. Right now, in the middle of this epidemic, it is for me, or might be for you, impossible to tell how long impacts to business will last.  Review your contracts to include appropriate “Force Majeure” and price acceleration provision clauses in your contracts. Look for local alternative suppliers.

We wish health and safety to you and yours.

Fill out the BLN application at   http://reicapital.blnsoftware.com/ or send my an e-mail or give me a call.

Patrick@InvestorsLendingSource.com

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Austin, Texas

Beauty of a Hard Money Loan

Like an old tin roof and gingerbread trim, hard money loans have a beauty all there own in the right hands. Hard money loans are short-term loans secured by real estate and used by fix-n-flippers to purchase and renovate property. They have high interest rates but only for a short time. These loans usually finance the purchase of the property and the renovations.

Secured by Real Estate

REI Capital Resources hard money loans finance up to 90 percent of the purchase price of the home, up to 100% of the renovation costs, and a maximum of 70% of the after-repair value (ARV). An appraisal is required.

High Interest Rates but for a Short Term

Hard money loans are intended to be paid back quickly (in 24 months) so the high interest rate does not hurt for long and is included in your budget calculations. Hard money loans usually do not have a prepayment penalty. REI Capital Resources interest rates start at 9.5%.

Lender fees, permit costs, property assessment fees, loan originating fees, loan processing fees, inspection fees, points, interest, closing costs are taken out of the loan. REI Capital Resources points are as low as 2.5%.

Payments

Monthly interest-only payments are made during the loan and the principal repayment is made at the end of the loan term when the renovated house sells.

Borrower Qualifications

REI Capital Resources hard money loans carry minimum qualifications of a credit score of a minimum of 600, debt to income ratio of 35% – 45%, and experience that includes two to three past renovation projects or a licensed contractor budgeted to help.

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More is Better

More experience and higher credit scores may qualify for lower rates and fees and higher borrowing limits.

REI Capital Resources

REI Capital Resources is a hard money lender and is able to help you fund your project based on your experience, the value of the property, and its after renovation value. We have money to lend, and you need money quickly. A perfect fit is out there.

We are focused on funding Your Success.

Patrick StCin

Call me at 512-213-2271

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Tech Considerations for Multifamily Housing

Just this week, I said that one of the mistakes a real estate investor can make is not seeing the property in person before buying it. I said that so I could eat my words today, at least with regard to buyers of finished properties. I still think it is unwise for an investor to buy a property to fix, flip, develop, or fund without inspecting it in person. However, Multifamily PRO is reporting that augmented and virtual reality technology is expected to increase the number of residents willing to sign leases without visiting the property in person because they will be satisfied with viewing the property using virtual self-guided tours.

New technologies are and will be changing the apartment-buying, apartment-selling, apartment-living and apartment-operating experience. Considering this, investors, builders, and remodelers need to focus on communications and electronic infrastructure to support these new technologies when planning, budgeting for, building, and marketing multifamily housing. A few areas to focus on include:

Excellent Internet Connections

The first things to think about are internet connections, their quality, number, location, and security. Smart-home technologies like smart locks, lights, thermostats, as well as visual monitors for pets, children, and deliveries will be expected in the new high-tech apartment unit. These will impact the way the resident interacts with facility operators. For the resident, chat bots may make routine maintenance requests on behalf of the resident, reserve facilities, and schedule hair and dining appointments.  For the facility operator, chat bots may provide routine information to residents and collect repair orders and  rent payments. All these electronic interfaces will require excellent internet infrastructure in the multifamily complex.

Numerous Charging Stations and Outlets

The demand for electric cars, electric scooters, and electric-motor-assisted bicycles will drive the demand for charging stations and charging outlets at multifamily properties. Planning, budgeting, and locating these facilities for convenient access, exit, and safety will be important.

Locating Autonomous Vehicle Dropoff Points and Parking

Autonomous vehicles, both driven and flown, will need places to park and drop off clients, meals, and other products. This will affect the size of the parking area you will need and the layout of delivery sites around the building. Robots and drones may deliver and pickup within the apartment.  A drone may deliver to a dropoff point with directions for a robot that will complete the delivery inside the apartment community.  Conventional vehicles will also be expected to make deliveries and pickups and need space to maneuver.

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Facial Recognition

Artificial intelligence technologies will enable facial recognition for customer identification and for criminal background checks, and these facial recognition systems can track a person as they move around a property. This will improve security but raise privacy concerns.

Planned Office Space in Apartment

People working from home will need an excellent internet connection and may want an office available as part of their apartment.

An electronic interface between operator and potential buyer may be a way to design flexible space for the customer with the hope that they will stay longer in a space that fits them well.

These ideas, with some speculations added, came from the NAA Apartmentalize conference in Denver through reporter Andrew Stephens on Multihousing PRO.

REI Capital Resources built its reputation on finding private funding for investors for quick turn purchases and difficult situations. 

Give me a call or send an e-mail and share with me your plans and needs, and I’ll see what lending solution I can generate for you.

Patrick St.Cin

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Fourteen House Flipping Mistakes to Avoid

I decided to visit fix-n-flip websites to come up with a list of the top rooky mistakes you can make when buying, fixing, and reselling a home for profit. One of the websites I consulted while compiling this list of mistakes to avoid while fix-n-flipping houses for profit is Dave Ramsey’s website. Dave Ramsey is well known for his advice that all of us get out of debt, and that is good advice. If you have cash that you can spend to finance your fix-n-flip project, you will not feel so much pressure if the house does not sell quickly. You won’t be tempted to sell the property for a loss because loan payments and interest costs are eating away at your bottom line.  You will be able to wait out the market and sell for a profit.

However, if you need to find funding, there are private lenders and hard money lenders out there that will finance your project and I can help you find them. Calculate how much you need and give me a call.  I’ll do my best to find you the right loan for the right price quickly.

Below are 14 mistakes fix-n-flippers make in the areas of planning and budgeting, buying, renovating, and reselling properties.

  1. Planning and Budgeting: Not calculating permit costs, property assessment fees, loan originating fees, loan processing fees, inspection fees, points, or interest in your budget. https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/
  2. Planning and Budgeting: Not knowing how much you can afford for the entire project before making a deal, including purchasing a home, making repairs, completing renovation projects, and selling the house.
  3. Buying: Buying a property sight unseen. https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/
  4. Buying: The location you choose to buy in has a housing inventory shortage and such a high demand for houses that you become entrenched in a bidding war and end up paying above-market prices for a fix-n-flip property. https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/
  5. Buying: You bought a house to renovate that is far away from your residence causing you to spend too much money on gas getting to and from the job site, and the repairs take longer to complete than they would if the house was nearby. https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/
  6. Buying: Not knowing the market and not knowing if you are getting a good deal on the house you are buying. https://www.daveramsey.com/blog/how-to-flip-a-house
  7. Buying: Not looking for black mold, a bad roof, or a cracked foundation when evaluating whether to buy the house to fix and flip. https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/
  8. Renovation: Putting in high-end upgrades while renovating the house that cause the house to cost more than the neighborhood can afford. https://www.daveramsey.com/blog/how-to-flip-a-house, https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/
  9. Renovation: You did not have a reliable contractor help you estimate the repairs for the house and a surprise repair broke your budget. https://www.daveramsey.com/blog/how-to-flip-a-house
  10. Renovation: You underestimated repair costs and did not add 20% to your estimated repairs. https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/
  11. Renovation: You tried to do repairs yourself without experience and without budgeting for contractors when you need them. https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/; https://www.daveramsey.com/blog/how-to-flip-a-house
  12. Reselling: Because you don’t know the market and have not done your research, you can’t accurately calculate the house’s potential value, and you don’t know how to price the house for sale. https://www.daveramsey.com/blog/how-to-flip-a-house
  13. Reselling: Failure to network with buyers and build relationships before picking a house to fix-n-flip. https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/
  14. Reselling: You did not list with a real estate agent even though you hate hosting open houses. https://www.moneycrashers.com/five-tips-for-effectively-flipping-a-house/

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Draw People to the Door

It is no secret that the yards surrounding a house can appeal to or repel potential buyers. They can be turned off by an ugly yard that is cluttered with trash, bare and dusty, or overgrown by weeds. On the other hand, they can also be intimidated by extensive flower beds and manicured lawns that look like they require a lot of weekend maintenance and mowing, as well as high water bills and expensive chemicals for fertilizing, weeding, and pest control. If you can create a landscape that is attractive and not intimidatingly difficult to maintain, it can be an amenity that will draw people to the door of your property, extend the living space outdoors, and become a place where people want to gather.

Inexpensive and Sustainable

One inexpensive way to make a landscape more efficient and sustainable in a dry climate is to reduce the area covered by lawn. This will reduce reliance on water, which is becoming more costly as it becomes shorter in supply. One alternative to grass is gravel.

Gravel includes pea gravel, river rock, crushed granite, and slate chips to name the ones that are easiest to get.  Lava rock and ground up glass are also alternatives. Gravel is attractive and easy to use to reduce grass by replacing parts of it with walkways, patios, and gardens.

Gravel Paths and Walkways

A walking path from the street to the front door is an easy addition that reduces the amount of lawn that needs to be watered, mowed, or fertilized. Usually, a walking path is 24 to 36 inches wide and set at ground level.  To build the walkway yourself, outline the walkway with string or garden hose, giving it some interesting curves.  Then excavate 6 to 8 inches below the final ground surface. Pick a gravel that is local (less expensive) and pleasing in color and texture. Add an edging of brick, wood, stone, rubber, or metal and fill the excavated walkway with gravel so that it is level with the surrounding ground. Then compact it by walking on it.

Gravel Patios

Inexpensive to install, gravel patios drain quickly, require little maintenance, and supply attractive anchors for outdoor furniture, fire features, and pools. They can be of any size, surrounded by raised beds, walls, shrubs, and terraced with steps from one level to another. Like paths, excavate 6 to 8 inches below the final ground surface. Then, fill the space with gravel. The Better Homes and Garden online magazine suggests using gray or tan gravels when you are aiming for a neutral, natural character. They suggest using gold, brown, white, and rust gravels to create higher impact patio floors.

A fire pit or fireplace set on a gravel patio and surrounded by comfortable chairs would provide a gathering place for friends and family. Fire pits are beautiful additions to an outdoor space. They can be made of corden steel, concrete, stone, and stucco. Fire pits add to the price of a patio, but if you don’t have to build and stain a wooden deck for the remodeled house, and use gravel instead, it might be worth the expense.

Don’t feel obligated to get rid of every blade of grass when you add a patio.  If you keep grass in your landscape, you might want to consider using a heat tolerant variety. All American Stone and Turf recommends Raleigh St. Augustine, Palmetto St. Augustine, Centipede, Celebration Bermuda, Tifway 419, Tif Sport, Tifdwarf, Buffalo, Palisades Zoysia, Empire Zoysia, Cavalier Zoysia, and Jamur Zoysia for properties in the Brazos Valley.

Gravel Gardens

A gravel garden growing drought-tolerant plants like yarrow, lavender, thyme, and sedum in a soil mix of crushed stone and clayey loam may not need watering at all once established. In a gravel garden, the mulch is the gravel over the soil. It holds moisture and blocks weeds. One trick I found interesting was shared by Ken Druse at garden design.com.  Ken inserted seedlings into old tube socks filled with soil. He used seedlings of Sempervivum (hens and chicks) and sedum.  As he built a rock wall, he inserted the old socks and seedlings into dry nooks and crannies where they would flourish.

Drought tolerant plants can be recognized by the pungent smell of their leaves and stems when crushed. They also have small leaves that may be covered with hairs or a waxy coating to prevent water loss. Yarrow and lavender are two excellent choices for gardens that are water efficient and easy to maintain.

When you are selling the house you just remodeled, be sure to create an appealing landscape and use a good photographer to take pictures for online listings.

Please give me a call or send an e-mail when you find that perfect investment property for your fix-n-flip project.  Don’t forget. I am focused on your success.

Patrick St.Cin
512-213-2271
Patrick@REICapital.cash 

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Numbers: Prices, Percentages, Points

Despite the volatility of the stock markets and the Texas weather, no matter if it is raining, blowing, or baking, even if I have to walk uphill both coming and going, in a “snownado,” I am here to help you find ways to put your money and your time to good use making more money in big or small, short-term or long term, real estate investment adventures.

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2 Home-Buyer Surveys of Note

Buyer Surveys

Earlier this year, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) surveyed nearly 4,000 home buyers, those who have either recently purchased a home or plan to purchase a home within the next 3 years. Realtor.com also reviewed home transactions between January 2018 and September 2018 and compared them to the 2017 home sales to come up with some statistics about who will drive home sales in 2019.

These statistics become meaningful when you apply them to your own real estate investment plan as much as possible. As you approach your real estate fix-n-flip project, it is important to apply the money in your budget toward the areas that will give you the most buyer draw for the dollar. This is not easy, and the target is constantly moving as new products come onto the market, new buyer demographics emerge, incomes fluctuate, and young buyers learn from their parents, study what their parents have done and listen to what they would have done differently.

Millennial Generation Buyers

When you first start looking for the right property to remodel, you may want to consider looking in areas where the largest group of people are looking. The realtor.com survey of emerging home buyers in 2019 points out that affordable homes, jobs, and the availability of entry level homes are “magnets for young buyer.” A large segment of the millennial generation will be turning 30 years old in 2020, so they are starting families, and, as rents rise, moving out of apartments and buying houses.  According to the NAHB survey, 64% of buyers preferred to buy a home in the suburbs. 24% of buyers were looking for a house in a rural area. 11% of buyers were looking for a house in or near the center of a city.

Storage and Energy Efficiency

The information in the NAHB buyer survey gives you some general guidelines on what home buyers are looking for in their homes. After location, buyers prefer

  • laundry rooms
  • energy saving appliances
  • energy saving insulation
  • energy saving windows
  • home storage
  • garage storage
  • walk-in pantries
  • hardwood flooring
  • patios
  • exterior lightening

A few rising trends were noted in the NAHB buyer survey that may pique your interest and inspire some research, including: houses are getting smaller, engineered quartz countertops, vinyl and resilient flooring, wireless controls, open interior and exterior spaces in kitchens, and higher-end fixtures in bathrooms, such as wall-mounted sinks, faucets, and toilets, are becoming more popular.

REI Capital Resources built its reputation on finding private funding for investors for quick turn purchases and difficult situations.  This is still true today.  

Give me a call or send an e-mail and share with me your plans and needs, and I’ll see what lending solution I can generate for you.

Patrick St.Cin

512-213-2271
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Thinking Like Your Buyer: Color

As an investor in fix-n-flip real estate, you already know that a fresh coat of paint is the cheapest and easiest way to refresh a home. I suppose it is possible, when you are an old hand, that the drama of picking a wall color wears off, and you go for cream or white every time without even hesitating over the luxurious deep greens or the vibrant bright blues on the paint chips.

I don’t think I have ever gotten over the struggle with color. There are so many to choose from. Each color brings its own feeling to a room. Yellow reminds us of the sun and mint greens lower blood pressure and light greens inspire and renew. I still remember the issue of Martha Stewart Living that featured wall colors that matched the colors of farm fresh eggs. I even bought chickens and took pictures of the eggs in a collander myself.

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When you are selling a house, everyone advises you to paint with neutral colors because you don’t know who will buy the house and what their color choices are.

In 2019 there are a lot of beautiful neutral colors to choose from. A couple of my favorites are hazelnut and lilac grey. The hazelnut is a combination of cream and beige and the lilac grey is a warmer gray.  I found some of these colors in an old wall paper, but sometimes really old is…NEW!

There is also a newer color that I really like called “greige.”  Greige is a grey and beige mixed together, the color of stone.  Stone_steps

 

Your buyers may prefer houses that have open, multifunctional spaces. A beautiful neutral can go a long way in a home, through the living room, kitchen, home office, hallways, and bedrooms. In fact, many millennials and generation Xers work at home and have home offices. According the home office warrior, good colors for a home office include both deep gray and dove grey, and greige.  The deep gray represents security, reliability, intelligence, and organization, good concepts for home and office.  The dove grey brings to mind logic, modesty, and efficiency.

A neutral throughout a home will go with anything and allow the new owner to add a wall of color or a splash of color here and there to suit their own tastes without having to repaint the entire home.

If you have a real estate investment project in mind and know how much you need to fund the remodel, give me a call or send an e-mail and I’ll see if I can fund it for you.

Patrick St.Cin
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