What types of properties does Tri-County REI Homes invest in? We look for single family houses to purchase and hold for rental properties.
Renovating an older home and cleaning it up helps keep the street and the neighbors happy.
If you have a house that you need to sell, for any reason, and it meets our interests, let us know! We’ll be happy to work with you!
1. Middle class suburban neighborhoods. People living here work hard and are considered middle-income families.
2. Two to three bedroom, one bath homes. They can be ranch-style houses, split-level, bi-level (split foyer entry), cape cods, two-story homes, or twin homes with or without a garage.
3. The neighborhood is near public transportation, shopping, schools and jobs.
4. The house needs work! Maybe you own or have inherited a property that’s run down and in need of major repairs, but you don’t have the time or finances to fix it up.
Some of the areas we’re looking at, but this is not exclusive to other areas, but to give you an example of the types of areas we’re interested in – in Berks County:
• Reading/Glenside sections that are in the Schuylkill Valley School district; either side of Rt 183 near Rt 12
• Leesport – areas around the farmer’s market
• Temple – Cherokee ranch houses
• Laureldale/Muhlenberg ranch houses and twins
Example: Raymond Ave, Kutztown Road
• Shoey: Neighborhoods up off of Rt 61
• Hamburg: houses close to town
• Exeter/Antietam/Birdsboro: sections close to shopping centers
• Fleetwood: near the high school and elementary schools
If you live in one of these areas, or a neighborhood that’s similar, and you need to sell your house, or you know of one that’s vacant, let us know!
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