5 Ways to Turn Under-Stair Space into a Showpiece

5 Ways to Turn Under-Stair Space into a Showpiece

In many historic homes, access to the basement is not located under the main staircase, leaving an empty, underutilized space. This is especially prevalent when the basement was built as or will be converted into a separate unit with its own exterior entrance. These...
Should You Rehab or Rebuild a Single-Family Home?

Should You Rehab or Rebuild a Single-Family Home?

If you’ve just bought an investment property that needs a lot of work, you might be wondering if you should fix it up or just tear it down and start over. That is a common occurrence when purchasing a single-family home that has significant damage, leaving you on the...
7 Scary Kitchen Issues that Haunt DC Flips

7 Scary Kitchen Issues that Haunt DC Flips

A kitchen renovation is almost always a major return on investment. But it can also be one of the more complicated rooms in your flip to renovate, especially if you’re in the Washington DC area. On average, homes in this area were built in the 1920s. Although...
How to Spot Trim Worth Salvaging in Your DC Row House Flip

How to Spot Trim Worth Salvaging in Your DC Row House Flip

Whether you’re doing a rehab or restoration, preserving the period charm of a DC row house should be a top priority because it can save you money in material expenses and increase your property’s ARV. Antique millwork is usually made of hardwoods like heart of pine or...