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So, You’ve Inherited a Home … Now What?

Posted by Joe Greaves // May 8, 2018

Depending on your circumstances, inheriting a house can be a blessing or a challenge. During a time of bereavement, dealing with finances, paperwork and property can compound stress during an already difficult time. There are many aspects to consider when trying to decide what to do with the home. Will I be able to afford […]


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6 Ways to Make a SMART Real Estate Investment

Posted by Joe Greaves // March 3, 2018

Real estate developing, or as the media has popularized it, “house flipping”, is a trendy subject these days. We see couples doing it on TV, moguls selling “get rich quick” courses on the internet, and there is an entire section at Barnes and Noble dedicated to this subject. There can be substantial returns for relatively […]


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How to Avoid Foreclosure & Keep Your Home

Posted by Joe Greaves // January 2, 2018

  What would a foreclosure mean for you? Sell the car? Move back in with mom and dad? Lose your dream home? We don’t want you to be unprepared in case of job loss, medical emergency or market crashes. Before you own your home in full, you could be at risk for foreclosure. In Missouri, […]


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A Solution for Mom & Dad: “Granny Pods”

Posted by blogger // December 22, 2017

                          Mom and dad are getting older and it’s time to make that big decision… where are they going to live? Sure, there are nursing homes, assisted in-home care and always the option to move them in with you, but what if there […]


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To Stage or Not to Stage?

Posted by Joe Greaves // November 15, 2017

The flip is over. The renovations are all complete but now comes the next Selling It. Even the most stylish homes upgraded with the finest materials can have trouble selling if they have no appeal or character presented to potential buyers. This is the purpose of good staging. Staging a home for sale is not […]


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The “Right ” Flip

Posted by Joe Greaves // November 8, 2017

When you ask what makes a flip-worthy house, there are some things that obviously come to your mind right away.  Finances, for example, are at the top of the list.   Experts agree that a flipped house needs to make at least 10 to 30 percent profit.  You must buy at the right price and stay […]


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A Flip or A Flop?

Posted by Joe Greaves // November 1, 2017

House Flipping has become is the as popular today as day trading became in the 90’s.  Everyone dreams of making big profits and becoming the next real estate investment mogul.  It is easy to watch the shows on television and think it is easy.  They make it look so effortless.  You buy a house.  You […]


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Low Cost Ways to Winterize Your Home

Posted by Joe Greaves // October 25, 2017

With the temperatures falling outside, it is that time to start dealing with the rising energy bills that come with the season.   The staff at Central Development Group, LLC has put together a few tips that can you help you winterize your home and lower your bills that will not break your bank account.   […]


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Don’t Get Burned-Kitchen Remodeling Do’s and Don’ts

Posted by Joe Greaves // October 18, 2017

The kitchen has long been thought of as the heart of a home.  It’s the place where you gather with friends and family. It can also increase the resale value of any house so its aesthetics should be pleasing.  Like all other things the what is important will vary from person to person. With some investigation work, […]


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Rent to Own: Pros and Cons For Seller

Posted by Joe Greaves // August 16, 2017

Rent to Own can be a benefit in selling your home. It also has certain risks.  It is imperative to examine all the pros and cons before making a decision if this process might be right for you. What Is Rent to Own? Rent to own is a way to buy or sell something over […]


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