Monday, June 4, 2012

135 W. Sharpnack Street - "Revive Philly"


As announced earlier this year we partnered with Elliott Enterprises Network to create a real estate investment company called JB Elliott Homes. Along with some other investments, we are in the initial stages of a rehab project for a 3-story triplex in the West Mt Airy section of Philadelphia, PA. The property includes three 2-bedroom apartments.

West Mt Airy is truly a wonderful neighborhood (as there are many other wonderful neighborhoods in Philly) to live and many proud homeowners are settling there with their families. There is a thriving business section located above and below the 7000 block of Germantown Avenue! Investors, neighborhood residents, and business owners are proud of the changes over the last 5-10 years! Property values appear to be consistent and strong in the area, and residents seem to appreciate their investments!

The rehabilation of the triplex is expected to be complete in August! Please contact us with any and all tenant/general inquiries about the property and business. Also, if you are interested in any of the following please contact us: rehabbing properties, buying/selling a home, investing in real estate for the first time, becoming a tenant, etc. We have resources for all your real estate inquiries! Thanks for stopping by.

Property Info.
Address: 135 W. Sharpnack Street, Philadelphia PA, 19119
Neighborhood: West Mt Airy
Property Type: Multi-Family (Triplex)
Bedrooms: 2-Bedrooms/1bathroom each apartment

4 comments:

property portal in india said...

Thanks for the detailed info, i will be there tomorrow.

Shiela Harroway said...

If the property you're going to flip is the one on the photo, I don't think you would have too much of a difficult time to have it rented out. I'd live there myself after the place has been restored!

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JB Sutton Founder said...

Thanks Shiela Harroway...and yes the property in the photo is the on that block and is currently being restored! We will be loading some new pics of progress and video soon too! Stay tuned and thanks for your comments!

Commercial property acquisition company said...

If the property you're going to flip is the one on the photo, I don't think you would have too much of a difficult time to have it rented out. I'd live there myself after the place has been restored!