Home Renovations

Turn-Key or Fixer-Upper?

Let's face it...an older home has lots of charm, and usually a much larger yard, but also often lacks many of the newest conveniences and stylings that a current home-buyer is looking for in their new home. A buyer or seller must decide how and when they can do upgrades to a property to either make it their dream home, or sell for top dollar. With experience in home renovations, I can help a buyer see the "diamond in the rough" and also help a seller determine if renovating will be worth their time and investment. Whatever the case, here are two options I'd recommend checking out as possible resources in making these decisions.

Curbio

Curbio is a home renovations company that can be contracted to perform renovations and wait to be paid at the closing table, when the sale of the home is closed.

Element Construction & Renovation

Element is a Smyrna, GA based restoration and construction company, headed by a good friend and GA Licensed Contractor, Wes Deweese, that can work with a buyer or seller to renovate a property. For Buyer's, this would be ideal for someone considering buying with an FHA 203k Home Renovation Loan or Fannie Mae Homestyle renovation Loan.

Check out the resources , below, and set-up some time for us to discuss how these resources can work for your needs.

Curbio

Renovate now. Sell for More. Pay at Settlement.

We specialize in turnkey renovations for homeowners who want to sell their homes quickly for the best possible price, and we wait until settlement to get paid.

Element Restoration & Construction

With over 40 years combined experience, Element prides themselves on delivering top notch job performance with continued customer satisfaction, in the Metro Atlanta area.

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Contact us to discuss the Pros and Cons of your plans

Not every renovation idea is worth the time and money, nor will all renovations generate higher returns. Some things many consider "Renovations", a professional would consider to be "Maintenance". Don't spend money that you'll never get back. Save that for your new home. Talk to a professional!