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Get an inspection and then get a quote from a licensed contractor to complete the repairs/renovations. Then price the home with the repairs included.
Often a buyer would be overwhelmed by the questions, "Where do I start?" and "How much is this going to cost?"You must answer these questions up front.Also, having a home inspection and a quote for the repairs/renovations helps the buyer to get a loan that will finance these items into their mortgage-- that way the buyer is not needing to use their own money upfront for repairs.
Two years ago my good friend was transferred to Texas. His home had sat on the market for nearly a year with another agent and was considering another price reduction to $130,000. I asked him let me have my contractor walk the property with me. We recommended $14,000 in improvements which included bathroom renovations and a completely new kitchen from in-stock items at HomeDepot. We listed the property during renovations for nearly $180,000. In the end the property sold for full price because the work was all included in the price.
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