Our Favorite 3 Things About Redeveloping a Property!


One of the best experiences in the property redevelopment business is the fulfillment that comes with a successful project completion. We appreciate when the sellers of our distressed properties provide us with opportunities to use our talents in ways that positively impact people and their communities. We salute you, our sellers, and want you to know that you are a big part of what makes the below possible.

We feel very fortunate when any one of the following happens on any given project, even more if two happen on a single project, but it is very rare for all three to happen at once… and that is exactly what we experienced on our recently completed Ramona house.

Here is what we experienced:

1.) Hiring contractors that are new to the area that express how fortunate they are that we were able to help them get back to work.

2.) Hearing our contractors share that local residents have been stopping by expressing how grateful they are that the property has been enhanced in a way that adds such a good element to the neighborhood.

3.) Having multiple offers before we finished with our final touches and one of them writing a heartfelt letter to us expressing how attached they felt to the house and that it’s the dream house they were wanting… and then accepting their offer!

Thank you for allowing us to share these gifts with all those involved! We appreciate our sellers and salute you for what you allow to take place. May these gifts be returned to you in ways that enhance your lives equally.


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