David Gintz, a redeveloper who buys up bank-owned and uninhabitable properties and rehabs them for sale, has sold the house at 3301 S. Cushman three times, but thus far hasn't closed in 120 days due to underwriting issues. He and T-Town Builders partner James Staedler, center, check on the long-vacant house July 23.
David Gintz, a redeveloper who buys up bank-owned and uninhabitable properties and rehabs them for sale, has sold the house at 3301 S. Cushman three times, but thus far hasn't closed in 120 days due to underwriting issues. He and T-Town Builders partner James Staedler, center, check on the long-vacant house July 23. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer
David Gintz, a redeveloper who buys up bank-owned and uninhabitable properties and rehabs them for sale, has sold the house at 3301 S. Cushman three times, but thus far hasn't closed in 120 days due to underwriting issues. He and T-Town Builders partner James Staedler, center, check on the long-vacant house July 23. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer

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