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16 02, 2020
  • Should You Skip the Carpet to Sell a House

Should You Skip the Carpet to Sell a House?

By |2020-03-12T02:39:39-04:00February 16th, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

If you’re selling a home, you should skip the carpet. There – we said it! Carpet holds no end of dirt and germs in it (terrible for any allergy sufferers), can look grubby within days of installation, and dictates the color of a room for as long as it is in there. And with so many alternatives available, there is no excuse to play it easy and carpet an entire house in a single bland color. Lovely Laminate When laminate flooring first came on the market back in the 90s, it did not look great. But now, it's a fantastic

11 02, 2020
  • 5 Must-Haves for an Uber Luxurious Pool

5 Must-Haves for an Uber Luxurious Pool

By |2020-03-12T02:39:42-04:00February 11th, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

If you’re flipping a home with a pool you’ve got a great opportunity to wow buyers into a deal by outfitting your pool with all of the latest luxuries. Here are five pool features to help you hook buyers. Tanning Ledge A tanning ledge, also called a tanning shelf or a baja shelf, is an entry point into the pool and is usually at least 5 feet wide and 9 inches deep. A potential buyer can set up a lounge chair on the shelf and bask in the sun while dipping their fingers and toes. They may even place a

6 02, 2020
  • 3 Things to Ask an Electrician Before You Make a Hiring Decision

3 Things to Ask an Electrician Before You Make a Hiring Decision

By |2020-01-16T08:51:53-05:00February 6th, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

Finding a good electrician can be a life saver – and if you've found a good one, hang onto them. While word of mouth is probably going to be one of the most reliable ways to find the electrician you need, if you're new to an area (or that great electrician has work lined up for the next decade and you need a job doing now) then you'll need to do some legwork. Along with all the obvious questions – are you licensed? Are you insured? - here are a few that first-time-flippers may forget. What does your estimate actually

27 01, 2020
  • 3 Kitchen Countertop Materials to Consider in Your Flip

3 Kitchen Countertop Materials to Consider in Your Flip

By |2020-01-16T08:51:25-05:00January 27th, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

A beautiful kitchen can sell an entire house, and it's worth investing some time to really think about the perfect material for your countertop. With so many options out there, here are a few that can add a serious talking point to your flip. Marvel at Marble Expensive, yes, but timeless, classic, and it will last for generations. The highest quality white marble countertops will set you back around $200 a square foot, but with no two slabs of marble the same you are getting a unique finish to your kitchen. What's more, marble is a surface that will truly

22 01, 2020
  • Should You Install Cork Flooring in Your Flip

Should You Install Cork Flooring in Your Flip?

By |2020-01-16T08:51:13-05:00January 22nd, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

Have you ever walked on a cork floor? It's almost as springy as carpet, but has the look of polished wooden flooring. With a bit of time and imagination, unique patterns and designs can be achieved by playing with cork flooring in different shades. But is it right for your flip? Consider using cork flooring in kids' rooms. It is both durable and soft, perfectly designed for a bit of rough and tumble. It's a great insulator. If there's a particularly cold room you're looking to insulate from all angles, cork flooring is infinitely better than tiles, wood and even

11 01, 2020
  • 3 Must-Have Kitchen Appliances to Sell a House

3 Must-Have Kitchen Appliances to Sell a House

By |2020-01-16T08:51:07-05:00January 11th, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

The kitchen is hands down one of the most important rooms in a home. It's where families come together, and buyers are looking for a kitchen that is both practical and stylish. There are some appliances you should really think about if you want the kitchen in your flip to have the edge. Make space for a dishwasher Don't forget to push the fact that not only do these save time spent arm-deep in soapy suds, they're also saving the planet. A full dishwasher uses significantly less water and energy to clean the same amount of dishes as hand washing,

6 01, 2020
  • Your Next Flip - 5 Bathroom Design Trends for 2020

Your Next Flip: 5 Bathroom Design Trends for 2020

By |2020-01-16T08:50:54-05:00January 6th, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

Pretty ensuite bathrooms are the norm, but baths as stylish spa-like retreats will become the new normal in 2020. Turn your next bathroom flip into a relaxation destination for potential buyers with these design trends. Freestanding Bathtubs A freestanding tub can be a showstopper that takes your bathroom to the next level. Whether it’s a contemporary soaker or a cast iron clawfoot, a freestanding tub can be incorporated into just about any design. Buyers will appreciate the prospect of a soothing soak after a long day. Chandeliers Give your bathroom a luxurious lift with a chandelier. Whether you go for

1 01, 2020
  • Your Next Flip - 5 Kitchen Trends for 2020

Your Next Flip: 5 Kitchen Trends for 2020

By |2020-01-16T08:50:35-05:00January 1st, 2020|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

As you look ahead to future flips, consider these kitchen trends forecast for 2020 by HGTV.com and Elle Décor. Slab Backsplashes Many designers are moving away from subway tiles, and other smaller tile backsplashes, and opting for slabs of materials like marble and quartz for a more seamless look. “A slab backsplash is so clean, yet adds the right amount of drama to a kitchen,” said Bailey Austin of Bailey Austin Design, according to Elle Décor. A slab might be just the right ingredient in your kitchen design to entice potential buyers. Mixed Handles on Kitchen Cabinetry Get a handle

27 12, 2019
  • The Bathtub in Your Flip

The Bathtub in Your Flip: Reglaze, Reline, or Replace?

By |2020-01-16T08:50:15-05:00December 27th, 2019|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

The tub in your flip could probably use some love before you try to sell. Here’s what to consider. Reglazing If the surface of your tub has scratches, stains, chips, or other superficial flaws, it may simply need a cosmetic update. Reglazing can be a quick and relatively affordable option. This process, also known as refinishing, recoating, and resurfacing, involves sanding the surface of your tub, filling cracks and worn areas, applying multiple coats of primer and paint, and giving the tub a final buff. Reglazing is especially effective for cast iron claw foot tubs, says HomeAdvisor. Acrylic bathtubs are

22 12, 2019
  • Smart Moves with Paint Colors for Your Flip

Smart Moves with Paint Colors for Your Flip

By |2020-01-16T08:50:01-05:00December 22nd, 2019|Categories: Hard Money|0 Comments

Stay neutral. That’s the mindset when it comes to choosing paint colors for both the outside and inside of your flip. But bland is not a color. Consider these color options for future projects. Exteriors Perhaps the biggest factor in curb appeal is the color you select for the exterior of your home. Tans and browns have been safe and somewhat expected choices, while light gray has become increasingly popular. A mix of gray and beige, known as “greige,” however, is proving to have found a sweet spot with buyers, according to Zillow. The real estate company advises that homes