Carin Constant of East Hampton NY, Recent Foreclosure Trends Increases Options to Purchase Low and Sell High

Top Quote Carin Constant of East Hampton, NY purchased an East Hampton home in 2000 that was considered one of the worst homes in the neighborhood. Seven years later, she sold the newly renovated home for quite a profit. Proof that buying low and renovating can be a great financial decision, especially with the current number of foreclosures currently on the market. End Quote
    Quote Carin H. Constant moved to the Hamptons in 2000 and willingly decided to purchase the worst house on the street that would later earn her a profit. Quote
  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) August 16, 2012 - Carin Constant, a longtime resident of East Hampton recently recalled her success in purchasing a less than desirable home, fixing it up, and selling it years later. Given the latest number of foreclosures throughout the country, this fixer upper trend may continue to grow for those fortunate enough to find themselves in a position to buy now.

    Carin H. Constant recently recalled moving to the Hamptons in 2000 and willingly deciding to purchase the worst house on a "south of the highway" street in East Hampton with her late husband. Carin Constant and her husband spent the next seven years renovating the home and later sold the house in 2007 for a profit. "Sometimes you have to look past the obvious in searching for a home and instead, look for the potential," explained Carin H. Constant.

    As a successful artist with a history of successful exhibits in Manhattan, one might assume this skill for seeing past the initial assumptions of lackluster home is one that exists in a select few; however, Carin Constant notes that almost anyone can buy low, put in a little time and effort to achieve success by either living in their dream home or selling it for a profit; they just need to imagine what could be instead of focusing on initial appearance.

    Carin H. Constant and her late husband bought a tear-down house at a good value discount to the market in East Hampton in an area referred to as "south of the highway" in 2000. The pair then proceeded to completely renovate the home with Carin Constant's husband acting as the General Contractor. Carin Constant and her husband hired architects and builders to assist in the remodel which included renovations to the interior, exterior, the addition of a two car garage, as well as landscaping and hardscaping to the entire property located in East Hampton Village.

    The five bedroom, 2,800 square foot, split level home, located on an over-sized .32 acre lot, features three baths, a great room with vaulted ceilings and fireplace, an open kitchen that opens up to an outdoor deck. The walk out lower level features a den with French doors leading to a secluded and beautifully landscaped backyard with a heated pool surrounded by expansive decking. The East Hampton Village street is located nearby everything East Hampton has to offer including transportation, shopping, restaurants and more.

    The key to purchasing a below market value property, explained Carin Constant is patience and the ability to imagine what the home could eventually become. Carin H. Constant and her late husband completed the renovations and sold the home in 2007 for $1.395MM.Although the housing market looks a little bleak these days, there is an upside for those that are able to purchase now; that currently underpriced home that you initially dismissed could end up making you millions.

    About Carin Constant
    Carin Constant is an accomplished artist and has been in many group shows in New York City, Miami and Sag Harbor New York. Carin H Constant began her artistic career after she helped cataloged the box art collection of the famous artist, Joseph Cornell. Carin Constant is also an experienced business leader that has dedicated her career to providing outstanding financial and investment advice to a diverse group of clients. Carin Constant has achieved over 25 years of success in the financial services industry and remains committed to helping the residents of East Hampton, New York achieve sustainable financial goals for themselves and their families

    For additional information, contact:
    Carin Constant
    32 Whooping Hollow Road
    East Hampton, NY 11937

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