We offer a wide range of services for that fresh look, or just maintenance or updates to keep your home functioning and safe. Regardless of the size of the job, we have a craftsman that can tackle it. We offer a wide range of services for that fresh look, or just maintenance or updates to keep your home functioning and safe. Regardless of the size of the job, we have a craftsman that can tackle it.
Drywall / December 15, 2014
Once you decide to sell your home you have to start thinking about how to get it ready for sale. Many homeowners do not want to spend a lot of money renovating a home they will not own for much longer. But, depending on market conditions as well are competing market inventory, you may want to make some repairs before listing your home. Forbes points out one of the primary reasons you should make repairs before selling your home, “Money spent on improvements now will be far less than the cost of that first price reduction if your house sits on the market. Even if your home doesn’t linger for long, you run the risk of a buyer asking for concessions and credits for items you didn’t fix, and the quotes from experts doing the work will almost certainly be higher than your own out-of-pocket cost.” Why not pay someone you trust to do the repair work rather than being subject to whomever the buyer decides to utilize? Don’t let your home sit on the market or lose out on a potential sale just because you did not want to make repairs. Many repairs are not incredibly labor intensive so they can be done quickly and relatively inexpensively. Below we discuss what some common repairs are that you should do before you sell your home.
1. Patch Work
2. Change Outdated Fixtures
4. Fix Anything that is Broken