How Do I Flip My Home?
Even as the real estate boom remains a thing of the past, investing in property is still a good choice for growing your money and building your wealth. The key to success, of course, lies in making smart decisions when it comes to setting up your property to be as attractive to prospective buyers as possible. u can be sure to present your house in the best possible light — and get the best price for it. If you are interested in learning how to flip your own home, you have come to the right place.
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Jeffers Resource Group provides a comprehensive plan to support you in flipping your own home. We do the research, evaluate your property from the inside out, work with you to develop the right strategy when it comes to energy efficient upgrades and cosmetic upgrades that will give you the best return on investment. From there, we get to work. Our contractors license allows us to take care of all of your construction needs, combined with our decades of real estate experience, allowing us to list, market and sell your home.
To help you get started, here are some important tips to follow:
We do the research
We know what other houses in your neighborhood are selling for and what key selling points they have. We take the time to analyze properties for sale in your neighborhood and check for upgrades and renovations that were done, the materials used, the number and quality of the rooms, the functionality of plumbing and kitchen installations, and decor, among others.
Give the exteriors a makeover
How a house looks from the outside can immediately influence how a potential buyer will feel about the place, so make an effort to build a strong curb appeal. Make sure all the plants and trees on front lawns and yards are healthy as well as neatly trimmed or pruned. Add some colorful flowers or decorative pots for a nice touch. Repair broken fencing or gates and add proper lighting. Likewise, give your front and back doors, garage doors, windowsills and exterior walls a fresh coat of paint.
Upgrade the electrical and plumbing systems
Most buyers would love to purchase property that would no longer require repairs or renovations in order to be functional, so having plumbing and electrical systems that work beautifully would be a significant plus.
Overhaul the kitchen and bathroom
These particular rooms in the house are subjected to the most scrutiny from interested buyers because some of the most important activities — meal preparations and taking care of personal hygiene — take place here. From your comparisons with other properties for sale, decide whether putting in granite countertops, brand-new appliances and lots of storage space would help give your home better value for a good price.
Pay attention to lighting and flooring
These may seem like minor details but they actually do much to make a house appear more inviting, spacious, tasteful and comfortable. See if similar priced homes have hardwood floors or stone tiles. Add some chandeliers in areas like the foyer and dining room for a dramatic effect and toss out old, tired looking fixtures.