Sellers whose homes aren't in tip-top shape may need to spend extra money or put in a little elbow grease to get their properties in market ready condition. Check out these three home repairs that could save your home sale.
FIX FLOORING FLAWS:
Most buyers don't want the hassle of replacing carpet and may not accept a credit to cover the cost after the sale. When refinishing hardwood floors, for example, homeowners can expect to spend an average of $3,000 but recoup 100% of that cost at resale.
REPAIR WATER STAINS:
Leftover water stains from an old plumbing problem could mislead buyers into thinking the problem still exists. Water-stained ceilings can cost about $670, on average, to fix Drywall costs about $1.50 per square foot to repair.
TOUCH UP THE GROUT:
Yellow or cracked grout can be a turnoff to buyers. Plus, new grout can make old floors look revived. Bathroom re-grouting costs an average of $1 to $2 per square foot, increase to $10 for more complex jobs.
Dave Wyandt moved from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the fall of 1999 and now resides in West Roseville, California. He has been a professionally licensed Realtor since 2004. He graduated from the California University of Pennsylvania Majoring in Finance and Minoring in Computers. He is here to help you and your family buy and or sell your home. One of his strongest points is helping families find the right home, relocate to the area and get acquainted. If you are relocating out of the area, he can help list your home or with his extensive network of Realtors throughout the country, help you find the right Realtor to find your new home, wherever it may be. Please don't hesitate to call or text Dave Wyandt with que stions.
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"Dave has done an excellent job representing me in my interests in purchasing a home. Very professional, and knowledgeable about the Roseville/Rocklin housing market. I would definitely seek his expertise in the future."