So, I’m SO bummed about this post because I have only 1 before photo. So you’ll just have to imagine what it looked like before we got our hands on it by the photo of the outside of the property. There are 2 main reasons why this house was a nice one to work on. #1, it’s relatively close to where my family and I live so it was super easy to check on the progress and #2 it was a quick flip. It was literally on the market for 5 days before someone snagged it and why wouldn’t they! It’s a great house for a great price in a great neighborhood. Why compromise when you can get it all?! “Win win win” as Michael Scott would say ☺
Paint: Graystone (Benjamine Moore); Frappe (Valspar) siding; Delicate White (Olympic) trim; Frosty (Valspar) front door
Biggest Changes Made: Opening up the kitchen/living room area. Before it was compartmentalized into different rooms now it flows as one big great room, making it feel and look very spacious.
Square footage: 2500 sq ft
Purchase Price: $140,000
Our renovation cost was: $45,000
Sold Price: $250,000
There are obviously more costs in there than just a renovation cost and the purpose of this blog isn’t to tell you $ for $ how much we made on each deal but I’ll let you use your imagination and guess how much money we made or lost (because unfortunately that happens too)