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Old 11-06-2014, 02:34 PM   #11
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Every house I ever bought was a DIY project. That's why I say, depending on price of these units.

Let's just say, I buy one for $2500, put another 5k to 10k in it. I could easily sell them for profit.

I guess it depends on the person's skilz as to if it could be a deal or not.
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Old 11-06-2014, 05:08 PM   #12
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Every house I ever bought was a DIY project. That's why I say, depending on price of these units.

Let's just say, I buy one for $2500, put another 5k to 10k in it. I could easily sell them for profit.

I guess it depends on the person's skilz as to if it could be a deal or not.

Thats a good plan and all, but I am at the point in my life where I prefer to have the time instead of the money. Figure on at BEST 6 months of nights and weekends to get them ready for sale. I'd have to make some SERIOUS bank in order to justify that...

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Let's just say, I buy one for $2500, put another 5k to 10k in it. I could easily sell them for profit.
The shame of it is the slide-outs aren't in them. Probably very expensive - if you could even get them - otherwise they would have to be custom fabricated. Plus whether you put them in or not, matching the paint and graphics on the side walls would be quite a challenge.

If it was just interior work and mechanicals, it would be a lot more manageable project.
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Old 11-06-2014, 06:32 PM   #14
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With all the stuff missing the price should be waaaay low.
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Some people (who will remain nameless) actually enjoy remodeling - even if you don't make a living at it. I agree that if the price is right and you have the skill, go for it.
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