When we saw this house, we knew it held a lot of potential. With hard work and skilled labor we were able to make this once 3 bedroom one bathroom charmer into a gorgeous 4 bedroom 2 bathroom dream home.
Working on the exterior of the home adds curb appeal. When flipping a house, it’s important to remember that first impressions are ever-lasting. Find ways to improve the exterior of the home like this one, by adding new soffit, fascia and windows. The home had a deck already, but we determined that adding a brand new deck on the exterior of this house would add value to the home in the long run. Giving your flipped home a “face lift” is important because your potential buyers may have their minds made up before setting foot through the threshold. New windows, a fresh garage door exterior and clean, well maintained lawn are all important in keeping the look of your flipped home unified on the outside.
We added 750 square feet of living space to the interior of this home by finishing the lower level of this split level abode. An extra bedroom, full bath, and additional family room make this home the perfect place for a large, growing family to invest in. Recessed lighting in the basement adds bright, useful lighting without taking up precious over-head space in rooms with shorter ceilings. Consider adding recessed or tracked lighting to your flipped home for a bright new look on an older design. Fresh carpet, paint and clean appliances are important additions when flipping a home. If your buyer’s market requires your flipped home to be move-in ready, adding these touches can make a huge difference in sale price and market listing time. Sticking with neutral, fresh paints, allows your buyers to envision their preferences and doesn’t deter them with the hefty task of repainting the whole home immediately.
Catch our Recent Projects like this one at the bottom of our website’s home page. This remodeled flip was listed and sold within a week. Now that’s our idea of a successful endeavor! On to the next one…