New Project! 363 Donahe Drive, Milpitas

Posted by Leandra // June 2, 2021

Check out our newest home renovation – our largest to-date!  After several months in planning our permits have finally been issued and we’re ready to knock this project out of the park!  The original house is 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, 1,008 square feet.  Our plans are to tear it down all the way to […]

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899 Furlong Finally Complete

Posted by Leandra // October 1, 2020

Wow, what a year it has been!  We began renovations on this property in February, made it through 3 months of Covid shutdown (no city inspections allowed) and this house finally hit the market end of September.  We are beyond please with how it turned out. The added square footage and open floor plan really […]

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1859 Laurinda Progress – 2/13

Posted by Leandra // February 13, 2019

Laurinda Drive continues to move along quickly despite many rainy days these past few weeks.  Trusses were delivered last week, had to have a crane help with delivery; check out a few photos of delivery and the progress from last week.  Nice to start to see what the home and vaulted ceilings will look like.  […]

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1859 Laurinda Progress

Posted by Leandra // January 30, 2019

Laurinda Drive project is coming along; our largest project yet with a 750 sq. ft. addition we’ve been busy.  We’re moving fast and learning fast what it takes to tear down an entire house and rebuild it from scratch!  In the past few months we had our plans approved by the city, demo completed, new […]

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‘Tis The Season? Four Reasons To Buy A Home During The Holidays

Posted by Leandra // November 28, 2018

Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, many people are diving head-first into the holiday season, perhaps taking some time off work, attending special gatherings, and preparing for the New Year. Despite all of this going on, could it be the right time for you to buy a new home? Whether you must to relocate […]

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So You’ve Been Thinking About Investing In Rental Properties: 7 Reasons Why It’s An Unbeatable Method Of Building Wealth

Posted by Leandra // November 21, 2018

Real estate investment can be extremely worthwhile, depending on how diligent and motivated you remain throughout the process. Despite the big talk about making millions of dollars and owning huge portfolios of properties, people forget that most investors started with just one property. Whether you do it as a side hustle, or as a full-time […]

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What Kitchen Upgrades Are Worth It? 6 Tips For A Budget-friendly Kitchen Upgrade

Posted by Leandra // November 14, 2018

Thanksgiving is coming soon, and many families will spend days in the kitchen preparing their holiday meals… which gets us thinking about kitchen renovations. As real estate prices seem to be climbing up to their peak, spending money on renovations to increase home value can be a poor decision. Additionally, recent natural disasters have caused […]

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Is That Property A Trick Or A Treat? 9 Red Flags To Look For When Buying Rental Properties

Posted by Leandra // October 31, 2018

Quality rental properties can bring in a steady flow of cash as you pay down your mortgages. Some properties won’t no matter what you do because of certain flaws, and many of these can be seen during your research or a visit. Unfortunately, unlike broken windows or messy front yards, these “red flag” problems aren’t […]

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Listing Your Property For Sale This Winter? 9 Ways To Create Cold-Weather Appeal

Posted by Leandra // October 24, 2018

Conventional real estate wisdom says that the best season for real estate is spring: good weather allows more people to come to an open house or showing, and families with school-age kids want to buy a house in time to move during the summer holidays. However, selling your property during the winter has its rewards. […]

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7 Ways Millennials Save Up for their First Down Payments

Posted by Leandra // October 17, 2018

According to a recent survey, about 98% of Americans would like to own their home. However, for millennials, the combination of stagnating wages, student loan debt, and an ultra-competitive real estate market has made saving up for a down payment all but impossible. With median prices for homes around $231,000, a 10% down payment would […]

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