South Jersey House Flipper Announces Plans To Flip Hundreds Of Properties Over The Next Five Years

November 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

South Jersey property flipping company Rapid Home Liquidation has announced plans to expand their home rehabilitation efforts and multiply the number of homes flipped per quarter, with an ambitious goal of flipping 100 properties by the year 2025. The company's motivational attitude has recently come about after it had a successful run investing in multiple states across the country including Colorado, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.

So far the company has flipped several properties in each state and is now looking to reinvest their profits into expanding their marketing strategies and channels to increase the number of homes flipped per year to around 20. If the company can flip 20 homes per year they will hit their 100 house goal by 2025 so it will be interesting to see how they do in the upcoming year throughout 2020.

The CEO and owner of the company Brian Rudderow has stated, "We will use various other forms of marketing including direct mail, radio advertising, social media marketing, content marketing, pay per click advertising, search engine optimization, google maps marketing, email marketing, and pixel retargeting campaigns to achieve a synergistic effect that will multiply the number of leads acquired across all channels."

Rudderow is a highly ambitious entrepreneur who has launched several independent companies such as Online Vape Stores, Game Console Modding Businesses, Computer Repair Shops, Online Zip Line Stores, an Online Power Toy Company along with his Nationwide Real Estate Investing Firm Tactical Investing Inc which advertises we buy houses South Jersey primarily in Burlington, Cape May, Camden, Ocean, Salem, Gloucester, and Atlantic.

Homeowners who are facing extremely trying circumstances such as foreclosure, tax liens, code violations, squatters, bad tenants, extensive repairs, relocation, inheritance, mold damage, foundation problems, or other similar issues can benefit greatly from dealing directly with an investment company such as Rapid Home Liquidation. Selling a South Jersey house to an investor is a wise option for people who are in situations where they must exit the deal quickly and retrieve as much cash in their pockets as fast as possible.

Rapid Home Liquidation is based in Southern New Jersey and will purchase homes quickly using their own cash reserves on the date that the homeowner provides. This is the main advantage of dealing directly with a cash home buyer instead of listing your property on the open market with a local real estate agency. Listing with an agent is always an option that most people dread because it can create a variety of different problems which makes it extremely difficult for the average person to contend with.

The South Jersey branch of Rapid Home Liquidation has an upcoming project in Egg Harbor Township starting on January 1st, 2019 where they are rehabbing a 3 bed 1 bath house and upgrading it to a 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house by adding a second bath in the mudroom. Other upgrades to the project include replacing the existing electric furnace with a modern one that supports an exterior air conditioning condenser that provides central A/C to the home.


For more information about Rapid Home Liquidation, contact the company here:

Rapid Home Liquidation
Brian Rudderow
7201 Keystone St Ste 204
Philadelphia, PA 19135

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