The greater Boston area is home to some of the country’s most charming houses. When searching for your gem property, you’ll have to wade through a sea of dropped ceilings, bad paneling, and pink bathrooms to find your diamond. Don’t let bad design scare you away. There are countless ways to shine up dated properties.
As a landlord and property manager, I’ve developed a knack for designing on short budgets. Over the years, I’ve renovated countless properties – managing entire gut-rehabs to quick spruce ups. In partnering with my clients, I’ve advised on countless cost effective improvements for boosting value. My new guide is chock-full of before and after pictures to help inspire buyers. It outlines solutions for addressing the outdated designs commonly found in multi-family homes across Boston and the surrounding areas, such as:
- How to work with dropped ceilings and paneled walls
- Getting your wood floors into tip-top shape
- Cost conscious kitchen and bathroom improvements
- Adding the wow factor!
- And more…
While the intended audience is for investment property buyers looking for ways to secure top dollar rent, many of the tips can be applied to your primary residence as well.