Selling a house that needs repairs

Should I Fix Up My Home or Try to Sell My House As Is?

Selling my Home in As Is Condition

Is the house is need of major repairs?  Can you afford to fix up your house and still have room to sell without being under water and requiring to short sale my house?  These are questions you have to ask yourself. 

Do Home Buyers Want Fixers or Fixed Up Homes?

Some buyers are looking for a fixer upper that they can put their own finishing touches on, while other buyers are looking to find a home that they can move into and have no work needed.  It depends on your area and real estate market conditions.  Most fixer buyers are willing to do simple repairs such as paint the walls, put in new carpeting or replace light fixtures. They typically don’t want to rebuild a foundation or move walls. And with rates so low today, it is very cheap to finance updates that have already been done.

Before Fixing Up Your Home

Weigh the cost of  improvements against the home’s market value after the repairs or upgrades are completed. If an upgrade won’t return the investment, such an improvement might not be worth it. Before you decide to lift the roof and install skylights in the master suite, realize that kitchens and baths are where most buyers spend their time.

Here are 10 minimum improvements to make before you sell:

  • Fix all broken appliances and HVAC systems.
  • Patch any holes in walls or ceiling.
  • Repair mobile porn leaky faucets.
  • Replace worn carpeting.
  • Repaint dark or marred walls celebrity porn with neutral paint (not white).
  • Replace broken windows.
  • Repair the roof.
  • Change out dated light fixtures / ceiling fans.
  • Replace old linens and bedding / window coverings.
  • Fix code violations.

If I can help you with any of your home buying or selling needs, please visit my websitewww.AdrienneFrancis.com or contact me at 201 259-4449. I look forward to helping you.

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