House Flipping

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    What Not to Fix When Selling a House

    Selling a home is an adventure filled with choices, some of which involve deciding what to repair and what to leave as is. As tempting as it might be to fix every little imperfection before listing, it’s not always necessary—or financially-wise. Let’s walk through the key areas you might consider skipping over on the repair list, not only to save money but also to avoid unnecessary headaches.

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    How Much Does it Cost to Flip a House: What to Look for and How to Save

    The cost of flipping a house can vary widely, depending largely on the property’s location, its initial condition, and the extent of renovations planned. On average, flippers might spend anywhere from $20,000 to $75,000 on purchasing and renovating a home, but this figure can soar into the hundreds of thousands for larger projects or in markets with higher real estate prices.

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    How to Get Rid of Old House Smell

    That old house smell. You might not be able to put your finger on it, but you know it when you smell it. It’s a musty, stale, not-quite-fresh smell that can make even the most beautiful home feel uninviting. If you’re in the process of selling your home, getting rid of the old house smell is crucial. No one wants to buy a home that smells bad—it’s just a fact. But how do you get rid of the old house smell? Read on to find out.

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    Flip House is Finished and For Sale

    When we started this project over a year ago, we knew that it wasn’t going to be a typical “flip house”. We wanted to totally transform it and make it something truly special. So that’s what we did! Increasing the roof pitch, vaulting the ceiling in the kitchen, and adding over 1300 finished square footage was just a few things we did to make our vision a reality.

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    How to Plan a Home Renovation Project

    Planning a home renovation project can be intimidating! Even though we have made it through this process several times, we still know the importance of spending the time to plan. Planning out the project can actually take lots of pressure off of you and make you feel more at ease before going into such a big task and commitment.