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Fix and Flip homes in Colorado Springs

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The real estate market iGroup of houses on salen Colorado Springs is picking up and the fix and flip market is coming alive again.  Investors are looking for a deal, with the competition among other buyers and home prices on the rise, the bargains are a little tougher to come by.

If nicely done, fix and flips don’t last.  Buyers can tell when a flip is finished hastily and will pass on those homes and look for something better.

One thing buyers cannot determine as easily is whether or not a home is contaminated with meth.  Buyers need to use caution when purchasing a home that was previously a foreclosure.  Chances are the investor did not test the property so it is really up to the purchaser to ensure a home is not contaminated.  Even when homes are completely remodeled, a home can still be contaminated.

Should investors who plan on flipping a home be required to test it for meth and disclose findings to buyers when it is for sale?  It would be unfortunate for investor to find out a home is contaminated as a result of a buyer having a meth test performed after all of the remodels have been paid for and completed.  The buyer can walk away but the investor has to deal with a contaminated home, requiring disclosure to future buyers unless it has undergone remediation and that isn’t cheap.

Have questions about buying a home in Colorado Springs?  Contact Patricia Beck at 719-660-9058.



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