If you are stuck with a property you think no one is brave enough to take off your hands, then you haven’t met Kameron Randall — or seen the Seven Lakes eyesore that he turned into a community showpiece.
Kameron Randall established Randall Real Estate Investments in 2019.
Leaving the Army with no formal higher education, picking a career path and starting your own business from scratch takes grit. So does learning how to scrape paint, fix siding and install floors. Kameron has lived all of the above — earning him the freedom to give each property and client one-on-one attention through Randall Real Estate Investments LLC, which he formed in 2019.
“When I was getting out of the Army, I planned to be a real estate agent,” Kameron says. But, the Pinecrest High School grad was immediately turned off by the high-paced and highly regulated world of high-volume buying and selling.
“Many people think an investor is the same, but it’s not. I don’t help people buy and sell houses, I do the buying and selling myself.”
Disrupting the traditional real estate cycle gives Kameron freedom to come up with creative solutions for each fixer-upper that fits the client’s needs. He even completes his own inspections, taking the time to get to know each property before making a purchase.
“There are a lot of investors; a lot of people who buy properties and turn them around. Most give a low-ball offer, see if the owner takes it, and if not they just move on. I actually try to do whatever I can to help people with their home.’
So far, his track record includes: making a full price, all-cash offer, then giving the homeowner time to find another home and move out; purchasing and repairing a flooded property; allowing owners to vacate the property with household items still inside; and recommending that a homeowner put their house on the market, rather than sell it to him.
A home in Cameron purchased and renovated by Kameron Randall
As for the aforementioned Seven …….