I am getting ready to sell my house, and before I do so, I want to renovate the house to make sure that it is worth as much money as possible to potential buyers. Sure it would sell even without the renovations, because demand is going up for houses right now, and there are probably not enough on the market to cover the demand. However, I want to get lots of money for the house, so I want to hire a renovation contractor to help me to improve this house and get it looking really nice before I am ready to list the house for sale.
I know that I will be able to get more money back in terms of what the house actually sells for, than I will spend on the renovations so this is really going to be a good investment on my part. I am not exactly sure how much money it is going to take to fix the house up though, and os that is why I want to start some dialogue with a contractor and get their opinion on the matter, as well as some general information on cost.
I am going to do as much of the work myself as I possibly can, but I do not want to chance anything that I might not be able to successfully complete on my own. For such porojects, I will need the help of a contractor that has a lot more experience with this type of stuff. It will be the combination of enlisting a contractor, and doing what I can to fix up the house myself, that will get me the most possible money for this house once it is fixed up and ready to be sold. I am excited about this process, but also kind of stressed out by it as well.