Buying A Fixer Upper

Buying A Fixer Upper

The new thing in real estate is to buy a run-down house and turn it into your dream home; but is it really as easy as they make it look on HGTV? People are in search for old character and want to add their own personal modern touches to make it a place they can call home. Several people look for homes built before the 2000s if they are wanting a fixer upper, most don't realize though that they can find homes that need just as much renovating that were built post 2000s in the undesired cookie cutter neighborhoods. Contrary to belief, it won't be as easy as it appears to be on television but the end product will be worth every set back and every penny over budget. You need to be prepared to encounter obstacles and complications that will alter your original plan. Design is a process and the outcome is always better than expected. The saying "everything happens for a reason" is true too when it comes to renovations. 

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Dated: April 19th 2016
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About Spenser: Spenser was born in Denton, Texas and grew up around the Corinth and Highland Village area with his ...

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