With only a 12-day window in which to complete our latest project, we had our work cut out for us. We had a pretty significant list of items that needed a little TLC.
We refinished the hardwood floors, which date back to the home’s construction in 1956. We also installed new tile in the master bathroom.
A fresh coat of paint is one of the best things you can do to immediately give new life to a room. We repainted the interior including the kitchen cabinets.
We also made several plumbing and electrical repairs throughout the house. A little landscaping was needed in order to give the home curb appeal as that is the first impression perspective buyers get of your home.
When the improvements and repairs were completed, Martina then set about staging the home based on her design concept for this particular property.
She highlighted every good feature of the home, and the result was a warm inviting environment that would encourage potential buyers to see themselves living the good life here.
Our out-of-town seller, who left all the decisions in our hands, was highly impressed when she saw the professional photos and she was so grateful for the work we had done in such a short time.
The renovations went smoothly and we came in under budget. The bottom line is we spent $10,888 on the ‘prepping’ of this home, and in return we sold the home for $65,000 more than the seller had thought she would get if the home was left in its original condition. Talk about a return on investment!!