A home is an investment and must not be allowed to deteriorate to be repaired hurriedly with quick patches. There are many homes throughout CT that have been "let go"; only partial blame can be put on storm damage. A home must be maintained to have ROI [return on investment]. By the time you are ready to sell, your home should have very little to do in terms of a punch list. Your home inspector should be congratulating you on being in the rare 1% of those who can put their home up for market immediately. Consider two homes of identical age; let's say for the purpose of discussion both were built in the same year. The first one has had annual maintenance with documentation to prove it...the second has been owned, rented and given tons of upgrades in the past 3 months. Which would you feel most confident purchasing? And, might you not even pay more than the asking price for the one well maintained annually with no hidden defects that might surface once the home sale is closed?
ARTICLE well worth reading by Asset Based Managers, LLC: https://www.abl1.net/the-connecticut-fix-and-flip-report/
We just discovered Monger's Market in Bridgeport, CT. If you are looking for vintage, industrial, salvaged, repurposed or reclaimed objects...it has them in abundance. We can custom make tables, shelves, room dividers, wall coverings, and more using items you find in their showroom. So next Sunday, when you are out shopping, be sure to stop by Monger's Market between 10 am- 4 pm, where you will be inspired: 1155 Railroad Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06604 Then give us a call to take that piece and make it into a one-of-a-kind creation!
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