When it comes to rehabbing a property, home remodeling agencies, investors, realtors, and homeowners all alike understand the need to make repairs. One of the first steps on a home rehab is to take out our graphs, cameras, and measuring tools and do a general assessment of the property. What needs to be fixed and why?
However, we should also consider what kind of improvements will sell the house. For instance, is the laundry room in the home oversized, and could it be downsized to make way for an additional bathroom or storage space? Would this property work better with wood flooring or carpets? Does the budget allow for a kitchen island or skylights, both of which are popular home design trends?
Quite simply, when it comes to home remodeling and real estate investing, it is simply not enough to fix the glaring errors of the property. By going a step further you can not only ensure that the property is an investment, but that it is also desirable on the market.
Watch the video below to see some of the design elements that matter in a finished property rehab:
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