My NEW Old House – Investment Property Renovation – Ep. 1 Posted on May 9, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels Ep hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas house investment las vegas hotels private jet Property renovation rental property travel travel vlog vacation 47 thoughts on “My NEW Old House – Investment Property Renovation – Ep. 1” wooo so excited to get back into itReply Wow that so needs a porch.Reply Just call it "The Country house makeover". Looking forward to this series!Reply Can’t wait!Reply here we go again 😝Reply Oo if this one turns out well and is close I would rent it with all that landReply What a charming little house! Good to see this house isnt quite the disaster as the cinderblock houseReply Congrats on the last build and good luck on your new project house… although I'm sure it is either finished or close to it.Before you post any new videos, I gotta ask if there was any roofing failure? The bricks are in a couple of different shades and I was wondering if it was some type of leaking or just different pallets of brick – some lighter, some darker. Have fun!!Reply why do you sound like kermit the frogReply I love that setup up I’d definitely buy that house. Really looking forward to the upcoming videosReply Like the seclusion. Looks like a nice property to start a little homestead on, with chickens, bees, veggie garden. Plenty of room in the basement for canned or fresh crop storage, and starting seeds. How much acreage?Reply This man reminds me of Guy Martin.Reply yEE hAWWReply Awesome my Brother I love renovations,I will bee watching for sure ok take care Bro later 🙂Reply Awesome! Looking forward to the new project!Reply Yes!! Super happy we get to enjoy a new journey with youReply Insert CJ meme.Reply looking forward to following you through another build! I'd say this one looks a bit more together than what you started out with the last one.Reply Great! Another year of gooooood content! 😀 Keep it up dude!Reply Can’t wait 👍Reply I’ve been waiting!!!Reply Can’t waitReply YESSSSReply I’m in. The $12K house series was great. Keep up the good work. 👍🇺🇸👏Reply Can't wait!Reply Man I cant wait 🙂Reply Can't wait!Reply I just subscribed after seeing the $12,000 reno. Can't wait to see this one! It's got good bones and great piece of landReply At least this one looks like a house from the beginning. The last one didn't really look much like a home from the outside. I'm planning to watch this full series… though mostly looking forward to the wood floor refinishing.Reply I'm over her with a greedy grin and rubbing my hands together getting excited for this series!Reply I am happy.Reply So jealous of houses in the US. In the UK our houses are very close together with tiny (I mean tiny) yards. Especially in the south land is so expensive.Reply Appears you will be starting off with a much better foundation, but of course I'm sure you will be faced with some all new challenges.Reply I can't wait to see how this one turns out, looks like a great place to start with and the area is beautiful!Reply Let’s go man – this looks great and what a Location too!Reply is this the one you kept teasing during the 12K reno series? the "it's already done and filmed, I'm just waiting to finish this house before I upload" one?Reply Please don't paint it gray.Reply Can't Wait!!! Let's Get It!Reply Let's goooooooooooooooReply Yaassssss!!!!!Reply Looks like it'll be an interesting project, but out of curiosity what is going on with the farmhouse you bought awhile back?Reply woohoo another serie!Reply I hope it is not 10 thousand partsReply Great! Loved the first renovation serie, looking forward to this one. 🎉Reply Please, please, please do an open floor plan this time. It about killed me when I saw you building that wall to separate the kitchen from the front room in the last house. I can't wait to watch this one! I just love your videos!Reply i can't wait to see this one to.Reply Happy to see another series. I could have sworn I saw a 2 storey also waiting. Best WishesReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.