Baritone LLC is a real estate investing company. We invest in residential properties for resale or rental. We are looking to hire a part time project manager / construction supervisor who can supervise the repairs needed for property rehabs (“flips”) or property turns (i.e. when tenants move out). The ideal candidate might be a retired construction supervisor / […]
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What is Probate in Arizona? Probate refers to the process in which the court selects someone called a personal representative (“PR”), for the estate of someone who died, and then the PR wraps up the deceased person’s financial affairs. The PR is responsible for: Tracking down everything that the deceased person owned, and making a […]
I am a licensed real estate agent in Arizona, in the Phoenix area. I sometimes list homes for sale. I am also an investor, and I buy houses in as-is condition. Which method is better? Which should you select? Since I am intimately familiar with both options, I can provide some guidance. Here are the […]
Do you have a nasty looking vacant house in your neighborhood that’s dragging the property values down? Are kids, animals, and homeless people using it as a free hotel / party venue? We at Baritone spend time every day trying to track down the owners of vacant and abandoned homes in the Phoenix metro area. […]
We recently had one of our rental homes burn down, in Phoenix, AZ. This is our first time going through this experience. I heard about the fire from the tenant on a Sunday night. Fortunately, no one had been home at the time. I drove over to check it out. I was expecting to see […]
The general consensus is that spring is the best time to sell your house. But sales trends vary dramatically depending on your region. The chart below shows the data from the Phoenix metro area (including Phoenix, Mesa, and the surrounding cities), from the year 2015. And it looks like spring actually is the best time! […]
When I drive anywhere, I have my “vacant house radar” on. I’m looking for telltale signs, such as tall weeds and boarded up windows. I like to find vacant houses because I can try to contact the seller, buy the property, fix it up, and sell it for a profit. But what about you? What […]
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"We found [Baritone's] number off of a sign, and thank God we did..." Hear Marshall tell more about his experience in the video below:Marshall Appell, Mesa Arizona
"You were the only responsive person that I called!" Hear Donnita tell more about her experience in the video below:Donnita C., Peoria, Arizona
I wanted to share my wonderful experience with Baritone. I found them online and decided to contact them. I called and spoke with Bob, about my home, needs and goals. I live a few hours out of town and was needing to sell my rental property in Phoenix as soon as possible. We scheduled an appointment for me to come out the following Saturday at the property. Well that never happened because Bob went to the property, saw it, and offered to buy it without even seeing the inside. He saved me a long trip out of my busy schedule and within 10 days from start to finish my house was sold. I had renters in place who were basically squatting in my property and Bob accepted buying my home with them in place and inherit that problem and proceed to evict them himself. It has been a pleasure working with Baritone and I recommend them to anyone in a similar situation.Jessica Rose, Phoenix AZ
"The follow through was beautiful...we closed the next week!" Hear Gail tell more about her experience in the video below:Gail Herberth, Mesa AZ
"I lost my source of income and needed to sell my house ASAP. I was walking to the store, and I saw Bob's number on a sign..." Hear Matt tell more about his experience in the video below:Matt Lisenby, Phoenix, Arizona
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