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Home flipper takes posh condo off market to house wildfire victims


Caryn Kramer sees property ownership as a gateway to helping people — from California all the way to Haiti 

California property developer rejects two offers on her $1 million apartment to house families who lost everything in last month's killer wildfires which destroyed thousands of homes across the state


 

A California property developer has taken her $1 million apartment off the market to house survivors of last month's wildfires. 

Caryn Kramer, the owner of Blue Wave Solutions, had secured two offers on the apartment but put the sale on hold after devastating wildfires swept through Butte County and Malibu destroying thousands of homes. 

KRON 4 INTERVIEW

Renovated Oakland apartment becomes temporary home for Camp Fire victims


OAKLAND (KRON) - A fully renovated apartment in Oakland is no longer on the market and for good reason.

"I looked around and I'm like, I have this place and even if I sold it today the people wouldn't move in for another 30 to 45 days so how could I sit here and have this place when people are literally in shelters? Like, living in their cars, " residential redeveloper Caryn Kramer said.

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KTVU INTERVIEW

Woman puts sale of million dollar home on hold to house fire victims


 

OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) - An Oakland woman has put the sale of her million-dollar apartment on hold to help house fire victims from northern and southern California.

Caryn Kramer, owner of Blue Wave Home Solutions, is a residential redeveloper. Her latest project is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment that is fully staged. 

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