Archive | March, 2016

Blue Moon Acquisitions

14 Mar

Last February, two partners and I started a new real estate investment venture, Blue Moon Acquisitions, with the plan of  buying , rehabbing, renting and ultimately selling the final product as a turn-key asset income-producing asset.  The idea was that we could provide a lot of value for the investor that wanted the ROI/appreciation but none of the headaches.  Everything went according to plan.  As our company grew, we expanded into traditional rehab projects, and we are starting to have good success there as well. Our focus now is equally split between traditional and rental flips.  For the curious, here are 3 assets that we have for sale on the rental sale side of the game:

8654 Ford St, Warren, Mi 48089.  ford

Price – $40,750

2 bedroom, 1 bath, rented $825/mo.


23574 Columbus, Warren, MI 48089 columbus.jpg

columbus 2

Price – $43,000

3 bedroom, 1 bath.  Rented – $850/mo.


11076 Hudson, Warren, MI 48089 hud

Price – $44,500

3 bedroom, 1 bath,

rented $875/mo

If you are interested in purchasing these assets, feel free to contact me.  We work with a excellent management company that handles all the B.S. so that the investor can just collect checks.  All the assets have full picture files and everything you would need to make an informed decision.

Here is an example of a retail flip that just went under contract today:

Investment – One aspect we didn’t expect is that we would find more deals than we could buy, but we are there.  Instead of turning down deals or wholesaling them to other investors, we would like to keep buying.  We are offering a 12% per annum return for investments of $10,000 or more.  We are looking to raise $100,000 on a first come first serve basis.  The term is flexible, we have started most people out for either 6 months or 1 year.  The investment would be a business loan and secured by the assets in the company and a promissory note with me personally.  We currently have two times more equity in the company than we are looking to borrow, which speaks to the security of the investment.  Email me at with all interest and questions.