Fixing It Up

If you’ve successfully navigated your way through the craziness of getting financing, buying a property, laying out a budget, securing insurance and getting permits. It’s time to start knocking down some walls.

Now, depending on your budget and experience level, it will determine how far you plan on going with remodeling. Whether it’s a complete gut or a simple fix it up. You want to make sure that you have the correct knowledge to deliver an awesome final product.

It doesn’t matter how good you’ve made the finishing’s look, you need to ensure that the bones of the home are in good working order.

Project Preparation

You've successfully purchase your property, now it's time to setup project preparation so that the remodeling process goes smoothly.

General Remodeling

House Flipping isn't always for amateur remodelers. It's a good idea to have a good basic knowledge of the remodeling process so you can protect your investment, even if you hire an outside general contractor to manage the work.

Drywall Work

Drywall repair or installation is an essential step in the flipping process. If you end up gutting the entire home or just plan to do general repair, it's important to get it just right, because first impressions are lasting ones.

Flooring Work

Most of the time in foreclosures or short sales you'll run across flooring that needs to be replaced or repaired. It's good to have a good working knowledge of what buyers want and what your budget will allow.

Kitchen Remodeling

They say that kitchen and bathrooms are what sales homes. Depending on your budget and outlook, kitchens are usually where you want to spend your money if you're looking for a quick sale.

Bathroom Remodeling

Like kitchens, bathrooms are an important selling feature. First impressions are important so make sure that your bathrooms don't disappoint.