Drew Levin and Danny Perkins invest in a three bedroom, two bathroom home with views of downtown Minneapolis. It's in a prime location but looks straight out of the '70s. The $340,000 price tag, however, means there's not a lot of room for improvements.
Drew Levin and Danny Perkins invest in a three bedroom, one bathroom house in an up-and-coming neighbor. They increase their rental potential by transforming the formal dining room into a fourth bedroom.
Drew Levin and Danny Perkins invest in a duplex for $200,000. After Danny is injured, Drew is left in charge of renovating the awkward upper unit. His hard work transforms the funky layout into a one-bedroom apartment, doubling the rental income.
Drew and Danny buy and renovate the duplex where they were roommates ten years ago. Drew takes a risk by bringing in potential renters before construction is finished, but it pays off when they decide to rent the lower unit for $1,500 per month.
Drew Levin and Danny Perkins invest in a two-bedroom house with a weird layout. They maximize the rent by transforming an unnecessary second living room into a third bedroom.
Drew and Danny look into one of the most competitive rental markets in Minneapolis: student housing. With an over-supply of rentals near the University of Minnesota, they need to spend their $300,000 budget on a place with lots of potential for renovation.
Drew Levin and Danny Perkins buy an unfinished flip with lots of potential just outside of Minneapolis. The guys increase the total number of bedrooms in the 100-year-old home by transforming the spacious attic into a master bedroom.
Real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins want to reinvent themselves now that the market has recovered. They have $340,000 to invest into three rental properties and decide to set their newest apart with a retro, speakeasy-style bar.
Drew Levin and Danny Perkins buy a 3,000-square-foot Victorian that had been previously used as a recording studio. With a $40,000 renovation budget, they transform the former studio into a high-end rental with an elegant billiards room.
Drew Levin and Danny Perkins must choose between a rough-looking house in a great location or a great-looking house in a rough location. They decide to take a risk by creating a high-end rental in an up-and-coming neighborhood.
Drew Levin and Danny Perkins encounter moisture issues and a hidden structural problem while renovating a basement unit in their recently purchased rental property.
Drew Levin and Danny Perkins buy a house with a big, unfinished backyard and turn it into a moneymaker right in the heart of the city.
Drew Levin and Danny Perkins buy a six-bedroom duplex for $245,000. It's right in the heart of the city, but there's only one bathroom. The guys fix the issue by building a brand-new bathroom in the attic.
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