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Podcast Episode 21: How to Buy a Fixer Upper

December 10, 2021 | by Anna Orendain

Categories: First Time Buyer, Home Rehabilitation/Repairs, Homeownership, Podcast

 

If you've been hunting for a home in today's highly-competitive housing market, you might already know how hard it is to find a home that's both turn-key and also within your budget. In this episode of On the House, we sit down with Andy Williamsfounder and CEO of Recon Realty, a mission-driven realty company that helps veterans transition back to civilian life through real estate. If you're curious about the expert tips and tricks that it takes to buy a fixer upper, be sure to tune into the discussion!

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Meet Our Guest—Andy Williams

Andy Williams is an award-winning builder and REALTOR® who has served as a member of the TSAHC Board of Directors since 2019. An expert in fixing up houses, Andy also co-hosted HGTV's Flip or Flop Fort Worth TV series with his wife, Ashley Williams, as the two of them purchased and flipped homes with a focus on adding value to communities, creating jobs for veterans, and giving distressed homes a second chance. 

As a former U.S. Marine himself, Andy is passionate about empowering veterans through Recon Realty, helping them reintegrate with their communities after service and opportunities for financial success. Andy has recently deepened his commitment to helping veterans through his Rehab Warriors program, which is the accredited by the Department of Labor as a workforce and residential development program that comprehensively addresses veteran transition, affordable housing, and community revitalization.

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