What is our current real estate investment project in Metro Detroit?

Posted by Amanda Witkowski // March 26, 2019 // Blog / Featured

What is our current real estate investment project in Metro Detroit? Ryan and I often are asked, what are we working on now? I am here to give some insight into what is currently going on at RA Home Solutions. I am happy to say we recently sold two of our investment properties and are down […]

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Top 3 things I would do today if I was starting over in real estate investing.

Posted by Amanda Witkowski // March 20, 2019 // Blog / Featured // #investor / #realestateinvesting / #realestatelessons / #sidehustle

Thinking of starting OR starting over in real estate investing? If you have found your way to this blog then you must follow me or Ryan in some way, thank you! We started our real estate journey in 2015 and love the challenge of flipping homes and helping anyone we can in the process. When […]

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Will you or won’t you? A will will make things easier on family

Posted by blogger // March 30, 2018 // Blog

Although most people prefer not to think about it, the fact is we are all going to die. Hopefully a long time from now, of course. But if you own real estate and/or have other assets it’s wise to create a will and figure out what is going to happen to your estate when you’re […]

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For four legged renters, only “well behaved” need apply

Posted by blogger // March 9, 2018 // Blog

Are you a renter? If you’ve got a canine friend and you want to rent a house or apartment then you know that you have to rule out some places automatically if they don’t allow dogs or you have to go through the painful process of re-homing your dog. In the best case scenario you […]

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Foreclosure of a dream: Be a good neighbor in a time of need

Posted by blogger // February 28, 2018 // Blog

Everybody knows that foreclosure is a major problem for homeowners. Nobody wants to lose their home, nor do neighbors want their home values negatively affected by living near a foreclosed home. According to The Nest, “Foreclosures aren’t just bad for the homeowner who lost his home; they are also bad for the value of other […]

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A good home isn’t free: make your pet policy clear to renters

Posted by blogger // February 21, 2018 // Blog

“Pets free to a good home: Lucy and Bella, well-behaved black lab and lab mix girls, approx. 60 lbs. each. Our family is moving and can’t take them with us.” How many times have you heard such an offer? Or, more accurately, such a plea? It’s actually pretty common for pet owners to have to […]

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Don’t get burned: Skipping renters insurance can be a costly mistake

Posted by blogger // February 10, 2018 // Blog

While most homeowners have home insurance and wouldn’t dream of going without, renters insurance is sometimes overlooked by renters and landlords alike. Renters are not required to carry it in Michigan and so it has the potential to seem like an unnecessary added expense when trying to come up with first month/last month rent and […]

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Get out and stay out: Dealing with eviction as a landlord

Posted by blogger // February 1, 2018 // Blog

Want to rent your property but fear having to deal with eviction? You’re not alone. Fighting with tenants is not something anyone wants to deal with. But even though eviction is something that you hope you never have to do, you still must be prepared for it. Renting can be a great option for a […]

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Priceless memories: the emotional cost of an estate sale

Posted by blogger // January 24, 2018 // Blog

So you’ve inherited a home or have found yourself responsible for liquidating a lifetime of possessions and you’ve decided to have an estate sale. One of the first things you need to decide is whether you want to do it yourself or whether you want to hire a professional company to handle the sale. Two […]

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An estate sale might be on your to-do list after inheriting a house

Posted by blogger // January 17, 2018 // Blog

If you’ve inherited real estate after a relative has passed or has moved into assisted living or a nursing home, then chances are you not only have the house, but also all of the stuff inside of the house to contend with. No doubt the home and many of the possessions inside of it are […]

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