Getting laid-off from my former soul-crushing career was one of the best things that’s happened to meMakes me want a career change. Awesome dude.
Says the guy who has to include emoji's in his reply....Yes but in a totally heterosexual way
I’m not a fan of the aesthetic either, but neutral Dems to attract the most buyers while offending the fewest.Says the guy who has to include emoji's in his reply....
I could never do what you are doing. I don't really care for the pieces that it takes to form the modern look. I do think the pictures you posted look good, modern, and are exactly what it needs to look like to sell. My taste is just different than that, so I'd end up using something different that looks dated and wouldn't sell at all. You understand the current style, so this works for you.
I'm curious, have you considered turning any of the houses into rental properties in case the buying market goes South? It would have to be the right location, etc., but I was just wondering about the long term, smaller pay out over time vs. the lump sum, up front flip payout.
20 years from now when the "outdated" stuff will be trendy retro they'll be putting all back. Just like when people used to sheetrock over shiplap.My sister worked in real estate for a while. She told her clients trying to sell properties to "oatmeal" it. Everything beige... Sounds similar.
Very true. Most buyers don't want to see someone else's decorating tastes in a potential home. Neutral allows them to better envision their own designs.My sister worked in real estate for a while. She told her clients trying to sell properties to "oatmeal" it. Everything beige... Sounds similar.