John McCloskey

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Remodelers who choose to invest in real estate

In the late 1980s in California, Steve Jordan was remodeling foreclosed houses for banks when he realized that instead of working for the banks, he could create a similar system for himself by purchasing, renovating, and renting houses. He shut down his remodeling company and started Rebuilding America, at one point owning 40 houses. When the real estate values in California became too high for investing, he relocated to Pensacola, Fla., where in three years he amassed 190 rental units. More

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2006 Wage & Benefit Survey

A good pay and benefit package helps remodelers attract and keep good employees.... More

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Profile of John McCloskey of J. Francis Co.

Sky-high housing prices have pushed home ownership beyond the reach of millions of... More

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