CASE STUDIES

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The Problem

The family purchased their home as a fixer-upper at the height of the market. Four years and three children later, they were ready to get to work. While the original purchase price left plenty of room for improvements at the time, the subsequent crash in the housing market reduced the value of the home to the point where they wondered if it still made sense to fix it.

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The Problem

This house had been renovated from top to bottom, but it still didn't function for my clients. It lacked adequate storage space and needed another bedroom. They loved their neighborhood and didn't want to move.

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The Problem

A family member was having a hard time with the stairs in this house and the owners were considering adding a first floor bedroom and laundry room. They had a great plan to renovate the house to fit their needs, but were wondering if it made more sense to sell and start over.

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The Problem

A couple was considering buying this home in a neighborhood they loved. The house needed a lot of work, but it was for sale at a price well below the average in the neighborhood. It was an older home with a very small kitchen and no obvious way to expand it. They needed help deciding if this fixer-upper was worth the investment to get onto their favorite street.

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