Everyone has a beginning in their journey; whether in real estate, business, marketing or another field. This house flip falls in the season of “newby” for us, back when we purchased most of our deals at auction.
Introducing a Raleigh Flip House: The Hole-y Colonial
Since this was purchased at auction, we couldn’t quite get inside to fully assess the scope of work. This peak through the window helped us make a fairly educated guess.
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The scope of work for this project included the three R’s:
Demo included removing that banister, refinishing existing hardwoods, replacing carpet. We chose to preserve the existing kitchen cabinets, counters, and backsplash. The rest of the house got all new paint, updated light fixtures and exterior landscaping.
This is where we ended up:
The Hole-y Colonial Flip: A Finished Product
As with every project, we learned several lessons renovating this house. This one mainly involved budgeting and the importance of performing a thorough inspection prior to purchase.
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