Fire House Final Walk Through
The fire damaged house at 7775 Wolf Den is no longer a fire damaged house. It’s completely put back together and the only way you would ever know there was a fire is by looking in the attic and seeing the roof decking painted white as part of the encapsulation process. All final inspections have been passed and the house looks great. We decided to add this property to our rental portfolio instead of selling it. Not surprisingly, it rented very quickly and we have a tenant moving in a few days from now. We did a lot of work to this house and it almost feels like new construction when you walk in. Check out the final walk through video and let us know what you think. If you want to see what it looked like before, I put the initial walk through video in here as well.
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