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I have a bathroom that has no walls ,ceiling, vanity or shower. I have plumbimg and electrical. We w

  • July 25 2013 - Golden
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At the very least, a bathroom should have a toilet, sink, shower or tub, ceiling and walls. Otherwise it would just be a space.

  • August 07 2013
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April,

If this is your current home and you are looking to sell this may be perfect for some of my clients.

If you don't want to do this work, or pay to do this work that is understandable. Many buyers have a hard time looking past defaults, but it does not mean your house will not sell, if you have the right agent who is determined to get your house sold.

If you are looking for buyers let me know.
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I agree, that it could cause many buyers to shy away from the home (if its in the main living area).   In my experience 90% of buyers can't see past a minor issue like a partially finished bathroom.  The ones who can see past it, will try to use it to low-ball the seller.  

My advice would be to finish the bathroom before putting it on the market, if at all humanly possible.  A project that might take $2,500 to finish, could easily cause offers on the home to come in $5000-$15,000 lower. 

If its in the basement, then it isn't nearly as big of a deal.  However, it will still affect offers.
  • July 25 2013
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Did you have a question?   If you click on "post reply" you can continue.

Plumbing and electrical rough in can't be counted as "bathroom" in a listing description.
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Hi April-

This would be considered a rough in for a bathroom but could not be counted as a finished bathroom for resale. If it is in the main living area and not in a basement are it might be a an issue if you do go n the market. Hope this helps and if you have any other questions please ask.

Debbie Taylor, Realtor
Resource Realty Group, LLC
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