Staring at your home repair to-do list and wondering what, if anything, needs to be accomplished, before marketing your house?
There’s always been a limit as to how much you can expect in return from pre-sale renovations. Buyer demand is so strong right now that you may be able to avoid those expenses and take advantage of the current interest in homes like yours. On Cape Cod and elsewhere, buyers are looking beyond minor or cosmetic repairs, if it means getting a house in their price range.
The graphic below explains.
But, please note that the only repairs you probably should complete are those related to potential major safety issues that would be flagged in a home inspection. ( An overloaded breaker box, for example.)
Need an outside perspective on what you need to do to get your home ready to market? Let’s connect at 508-568-8191 or email@example.com to review your options. Helping our clients make the best decisions has been our full time job for 21 years, not a part time hobby. Let’s talk soon…
Election Day 2020
Tomorrow (Tuesday, November 3) is Election Day. Polling places are open in Massachusetts from 7:00am to 8:00pm.
If you have not returned your mail in ballot, it’s probably best to drop it off in person today or vote tomorrow. Election officials have taken many precautions to be sure that the in person process is safe.
Remember that if you’re in line when the polls close, you are allowed to vote. Every ballot that has been cast has to be counted. Given the interest in this year’s election and the number of people who have already voted, we may not see results as quickly as we have in the past.
It could be a long night.
Stay safe. Stay optimistic.
Mari and Hank