First comes love. Then comes marriage. Then comes homeownership. Then you’re ready to buy a different house.
When you buy a new house you should definitely sell the house you’re in, right? Maybe.
If you’re here, you know we didn’t go that route.
We took a risk and held onto our first home and flipped it into a rental property. And bought our second home.
We weren’t made of money. So how did we do it? How did we make the finances work? What was it like renting out our first home? Did we have to deal with crazy people? These are all questions we know you want to get answers on. And we are laying it all out in Episode 2!
Watch Episode 2 now to find out how the transition from being first-time homeowners to first time landlords went and how we made it happen even when finances were tight.
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Here are a few photos from our 2nd home!
While our first home was a complete gut job, home number 2 was in great shape. Since we were on a tight budget, we did minor cosmetic changes to the house to make it feel like home like painting the walls and building a custom TV shelf installation! Megan took a whirl at her first DIY project: painting builder-grade cabinets!