Monday, December 4, 2017

So, It's A Little Bit Of A Fixer Upper?


What’s the issue here? Is it the cracks in all the walls or is it the dusty wooden floors? Perhaps it’s the sight of the mould growing around the bath and sink? The important thing is not to panic because buying a fixer-upper doesn’t have to be the hardship or chore that you think.

In fact, many people do it on purpose because they know that fixer-uppers can mean big bucks. If you buy a fixer upper, it may look like it’s about to fall down right now, but in a few months, it could look like the dream home of an eager new couple. All, you need to know is how to fix up that fixer-upper and make it look as good as new once more. We’ve got a few cool ideas on how to do this and better yet, how to do it easily.

Argh, There’s Mould In The Bathroom!


You might panic when you see mould in the bathroom, but nine times out of ten it doesn’t mean that there’s a serious issue with damp in the home. Actually, it’s probably just a slight issue with the ventilation, particularly if that bathroom doesn’t have a window.

First, we need to get rid of the mould, and you’ll be pleased to hear that doesn’t mean adding brand new sealant and removing the old stuff. You’ll only have to do this if the mould has become out of control. And, if that’s the case we would ask why on earth you bought it in the first place! Nevermind though, because with a little elbow grease and some bleach and baking soda you can clean that caulk up in no time at all. After that, we strongly suggest you get a humidifier and make sure you leave it for a few hours each day to get rid of the moisture in the air causing the issue.

Oh Darn The Floors Look A Mess


Well, they might look a mess right now, but if you’re lucky enough to have bought an older home with wooden floors, boy are you missing out on untapped potential. Wooden floors are in huge demand for home buyers. They are classy and add a lot of style to any room. So, the floors have seen better days? No problem, hire Brisbane Timber Floors floor sanding service or a similar company, and they’ll be as good as new in no time. For a small cost, you can have floors that make that fixer-upper look like a must buy property and remember, wooden floors look great in property photos.

Ah Crud, The Garden’s A Jungle


The easiest way to deal with an overgrown garden is to trim it down to size. Clear everything out of it and leave it a nice open, space. Don’t try to dress it up if you’re planning on selling this home anytime soon. A beautiful, clean, neatly cut garden will look stunning, and you can then let buyers use their imagination to fill it with whatever they want.


Take this advice, and you’ll find no issue with your new fixer-upper. In fact, it could be the smartest investment decision you’ve ever made.


xxo
Kim

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