I'm not sure what you are asking. An interior designer does not do the renovations. Many do have contractors they use but they are different specialties. If you need help locating a property to purchase, please let me know. I handle distressed properties as well as conventional sales and have experience with homes needing renovation loans. I also have hands on knowledge with home building and renovation which would be valuable to you in your decision as to which home to purchase.
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I would say yet but honestly you should have outlined the repairs with an amendment and inspected the property before closing to determine that everything was completed to your satisfaction. Your agent should have done this if you were not available.
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That's about the going rate....for small multi family. About 10x monthly rent. I think the good news about Junius Heights is that you'll likely be in the way of progress. When town moves a little south and downtown meets Deep Ellum and all that fills in around there prices and rents will go up and perhaps go up significantly. Several large projects have been announced in the area, so I think it is just a matter of time when some of the riffraff gets pushed further out and the hip urban professionals move in (on a grander scale than current.) Let me know if you need assistance putting the deal together.... more
There can be several reasons. The most likely is that Texas is a "non-disclosure" state so services such as Trulia don't have access to publicly recorded data on sold homes. Your best bet on looking at comparable sales is your real estate agent.... more
With an existing "used home" purchase, if something is uncovered during the inspection, you can negotiate with the seller to have these things fixed before closing. This is helpful for those who have smaller down payments, as apposed to lowering the purchase price and doing the work yourself. When you are dealing with a bank who is taking less than they are owed on a home, and have to pay the realtor commission and certain other fees out of the amount of the sale, they are not going to bring anyone in to fix anything.... more
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There are a lot of things to consider when purchasing a house. I would really need to sit down with you and your family and figure out what exactly it is that you are looking for and what is most important to you. This way, I can search for home that specifically meet your requirements. When it comes down to it, a home purchase is more than just the price and location.
Give me a call. I would love to help you find your perfect home.
It's more than real estate. It's RAYL-Estate!
Brian Rayl, REALTOR®, e-PRO, SFR
Keller Williams Elite Park Cities
With purchasing a condo you are purchasing two entities.
You are purchasing the condo for your home.
And you are also buying into the HOA.
The money that goes to the HOA does pay for items.
Each one is different. Most the time, it covers a blanket insurance
on exterior. Exterior mainenance which is scheduled by the HOA,
and sometimes water, trash and sewer.
The HOA charges are most the time out of the control of the owners.
So, if you are hesitant now, then probably a town home, or zero lot home
would be better. You are in control of the expenditures.
If you would like me to email you properties, let me know your
Kathleen Testa, GRI
There are lots of variables in this equation. For one thing the style and grade of construction is important to cost, not just for the conversion but also the new garage. A simple 2-car garage can be as cheap as $5,000, but most people realize that durability and quality of construction demand more material cost than that price will allow to be paid for.
The distance from the plumbing to the bathroom you're adding and the pathway it takes is a critical consideration. If, for example, an existing bathroom with hot, cold and drain lines is on an adjacent wall and the floor of the bathroom is at a grade that can pass the lines without added expense, then the new bath won't be more than a few thousand. New insulation, sheetrock, electrical and so on is fairly straightforward to install, making the living area also only a few thousand. You might be able to get away with a window/wall A/C and space heater, but upgrading the existing furnace/evaporater/compressor and air handler plus the ducting to make it work, could set you back several thousand.
However, there are always complications, and if the plumbing is not close enough to the new bath area, look out. You need to consult a contractor to get a better idea after you have some ideas about what you want. He can help you design the living space and plumbing to be more economically installed. It sounds like you should expect to set aside at least $20k for this project. But if you contribute labor to it, the amount could be less, or if the esthetics and quality outweigh price, then it could be more.... more
The best thing to do is look at comparable properties in the area (with finished and not finished basements). Look at the prices... This will give you a good indicator for your offer price. Also remember, look at houses that are EXACTLY the same size, same land size, bedrooms, etc. as the one you want to make an offer on.... more
Photos will go the descriptions not as likely- expect 24-48 hours on photos which is why I aways take them the same day as the listing Unless it's raining. I'm picky about them too. You can upload the descriptions manually if you pay to enhance them or the company offers this service. Ask them.
You can add info to individual sites like Trulia-free account or pay more for more features. Good plae to answer real estate questions and get some buyers and sellers in return. Good luck... more