The Property Fox Show

Denver neighborhood, Capital Hill, is the spot where Realtor, Olivia Kunevicius, has helped her investor client, Jerrod Johnson, purchase a Denver Square in need of a complete renovation. In this episode, she lets you in on the real deal behind renovating and successfully flipping a historic home geared towards today’s buyer.

The property, which was a rental for years, was severely run down as regular maintenance and updating had been overlooked. The layout was outdated with a tiny kitchen and didn’t offer a master suite. Olivia helped Jerrod, an investor looking to renovate and flip historic homes in Denver, walk through the renovation process, and then determine value by reviewing comparable sold homes in the neighborhood. The challenges of home renovation quickly come to light as demolition uncovers hidden surprises, but in the end, then project is a success.

 

Whittier is the Denver neighborhood where Realtor, Olivia Kunevicius, has helped her investor client, Jerrod Johnson, purchase a victorian home in need of a complete renovation. In this two-part episode, she lets you in on the real deal behind buying, renovating, and successfully flipping a historic home geared towards today’s buyer.

The property, which had been owned by the same family for years as a rental, was severely run down as regular maintenance and updating had been overlooked. The layout was also choppy and didn’t offer a master suite. Olivia helped Jerrod, an investor looking to renovate and flip historic homes in Denver, find the home, get it under contract successfully, walk through the renovation process, and then successfully sell for full price. The challenges of home renovation quickly come to light as demolition uncovers hidden surprises, but in the end, then project is a smashing success.

 

The Highlands neighborhood of NW Denver, Sunnyside, is where Realtor, Olivia Kunevicius, has purchased a duplex for renovation into modern rental units. In this three-part episode, she gives you a sly view into the realities of home renovation, including the good, the bad and the ugly.

The property, which had been owned by the same family for thirty years, was purchased directly from an older gentleman after he became overwhelmed with upkeep and needed to sell due to failing health. Olivia was able to solve the seller’s problem and alleviate his stress by purchasing the property in as-is condition, which allowed the seller to move to Arizona to be with his grandchildren. The layout is determined, schedule is planned, and budget is established prior to starting work. The challenges of home renovation quickly come to light as demolition uncovers hidden surprises. Olivia and her crew are able to successfully overcome these challenges to create a rental unit that is modern, clean, and perfect for a new renter.