Buying a move-in ready house sounds like an ideal situation for buyers, although the reality is many of these homes come with a steep price tag.
Sometimes investing in a fixer-upper is your best shot at getting your dream house and neighborhood. If you’re able to look past the flaws and envision the home’s potential, you’ve passed the first challenge. But vision can only get you so far. If you’re looking to make significant renovations, it’s always helpful to have back up from the professionals.
I’m currently in the middle of a major gut-remodel of a San Francisco Victorian that was built in the 1800s. As you start demoing and gutting, my advice would be to have your mobile contacts updated with these important experts.