The home you live in, do you give the same advice to yourself on your own remodeling that you do to customers of real estate you list, market, sell?The expression about auto mechanics and be wary, don't buy a car from a grease monkey.
Does it apply to Maine real estate agents too?We're not talking the buy a dog in a castle neighborhood to flip for profit.
The ones where "Texas Sunshine" is applied in the right amounts.
To bring the property up to a certain level.
To match the strongest, broadest section of the local real estate market.
We're talking your own property that you raise a family in, the place you call home. What's next up for remodeling, renovations? I have a second floor bathroom under construction and the finished project will be beautiful. Luckily during the construction phase of rip out and put back in mess, the dust, fuss it is neat to not be living in the home. I have moved to a lake home and find projects started there too now that kids are gone. During the empty nest syndrome and having the time and money to catch up on projects delayed due to several kids in college at the same time.
What projects in your personal home are needing attention and are you investing at least 1.5% a year of the total value to keep the house, real estate structure healthy, up to snuff?
Something that involves spending money to save money, or an update to get rid of the 1972 harvest gold and paneling, shag carpet look?
Maine, big state, less people, more outdoor beauty. If you are looking for a handy man special here is one on 16 Bowdoin Street in Houlton Maine. Another on 46 Park Street in Houlton Maine. Learn more on Aroostook County / Northern Maine.
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