Alicia Hilderman Rehab Deal


Alicia Hilderman Rehab Deal

Hildy's Enterprises, Inc. in Menomonie, WI
Alicia Hilderman with Brian and Nicholas Hilderman

Nick was busy again and found a great deal that Alicia and Brian purchased using Finance of America for the first time. The ranch-style home was a 3-bedroom, 2-bath, with a 2-car attached garage. Running the comps, we knew we had bought a house that had $25 to $30,000 in equity. With 2-bedrooms downstairs, we knew we could make the egress windows work to create a 5-bedroom home. After putting a sign in the yard which generated a lot of traffic and interest in Nick's other 2-houses. A lease and option were put in place and provided an avenue for Nick to purchase the home which we are currently working on. We replaced all the carpets, painted the interior walls, trim and windows, added granite bathroom countertops, a new kitchen countertop and had the cabinets professionally painted. New lighting was also installed.

Rehab Details

Property City: Menomonie
Purchase Price: $147,884
Repair Costs $16,798
Sale Price: $170,000

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With the education received from FortuneBuilders, we took another tool out of the bag and used Finance of America to fund the deal.