11 09, 2021
  • 3 Tips for Planting Trees on Your Flip Property

3 Tips for Planting Trees on Your Flip Property

By |2021-09-12T05:21:21-04:00September 11th, 2021|Categories: How To|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

It’s time to come up with a landscape design for your flip house. You don’t want to spend a ton of cash, so you’ve got to be strategic about what you plant, where you plant it, and how you plant it to get the most bang for your buck, and—of course—to impress buyers. Since trees can be an expensive investment you want to do things right. Consider these three tips for planting trees that we’ve summarized for you below from Better Homes & Gardens. Location, Location, Location When planting a large species avoid positioning it too closely to your house

11 03, 2021
  • More Homeowners Association Rules You Need to Know

More Homeowners Association Rules You Need to Know

By |2021-03-09T09:01:38-05:00March 11th, 2021|Categories: Curb Appeal, Flipping, Home Improvements, Home Upgrades, Investment Properties, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

A quality renovation can produce a high-end product that brings in a hefty profit. But let’s be real: flipping a house isn’t easy—it can be full of risks and unknowns. Will you uncover termite damage beneath the floor boards? Do the soffits in the kitchen above the cabinets contain ductwork, or are they simply filling the gap between the cabinets and the ceiling? Is the pool in good condition, or will it need to be resurfaced? Although flips can come with many unknowns what you can prepare for are the rules and regulations of your community’s homeowners association (HOA). While

29 05, 2018

What To Plant Under Pine Trees To Spruce Up Your Rental Property

By |2018-05-29T14:26:49-04:00May 29th, 2018|Categories: Flipping, Investment Properties, Tenants|Tags: , |0 Comments

If you're not sure what to plant under pine trees to spruce up your rental property, we have the perfect idea! Not many flowers do well under pine trees. Many landlords just add some mulch and be done with it. Yet, well pruned pine trees with flowers beneath them are beautiful. The pine trees' needles increase the acid in the soil, so few plants can even survive. Creeping phlox loved the increased acid in the soil. It's suitable for hardiness zones 4 through 8 and is beautiful! Creeping phlox forms a large mass of color in the spring with a

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