Hunter Trujillo. Home Renovation. September 27th , 2018.
When you buy a home, somewhere along the line you will be faced with the prospect of doing some home renovations. The good news however is, there are many ways accomplishing cost effective home renovations. All you actually need to do is sit down, take a deep breath and begin to make a list of all the renovations you feel your home may need. At first, do not worry about putting a cost to these renovations, but rather make an accurate and detailed list of everything which you feel may be in need of renovation.
That said, there are always house buyers who will not do the proper ground work, so the required maintenance renovations are missed when the home is purchased. The seller, if they knew about the issue (as they often do), has gambled and "gotten away with one", and the buyer has foolishly taken on someone else's problems for the sake of the cost of a structural survey. A note to potential buyers: always, always, get a full structural survey done unless you are an expert yourself in such matters because the short-term additional cost will be far less painful than finding significant issues and having to deal with the associated heart-ache (and anger) after the purchase is complete.
More specifically, home owners can expect bathroom and kitchen renovations to start at around $400 per square foot; however, renovations in other rooms can be much cheaper and home owners can estimate renovation costs at around $200 per square foot. Since many factors affect the cost of a renovation, it is impossible to provide hard figures. Still, if you work closely with a contractor and use these estimates as a starting point, you'll have a clearer picture of your overall budget.
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