The Victorian, outside of Maine home real estate show property is termed a steal at $860,000.
The buyers of the west coast home listing keep the camera rolling. Let us be voyeurs. To shadow them through the post purchase renovations. That cost, peel off an extra $75,000 of currency to remove the sharp edges, rough spots.
With many Victorian home improvements made but lots of surprises along the way.
Oh oh's that damper, replace the original oohs and ahhs. The rip out renovations of the home, property lising uncover surprises that can not be ignored.
Needs addressing and strain, tap into the above and beyond to do list.Whittled down, that gets shortened. The scope of the updates reworked, cheapen, put on hold. To divert funds to the unknowns that creep into the rebuilt, make over.
To feather the nest and make it uniquely home sweet home.
Watching the show on cable, the big flat television screen makes me glad I list, sell Maine homes with lots less zero places. Just as much house, way way more ground, lawn, space around it too.
In the real estate show, the home in California buyers exclaim how hop up and down happy, escatic they are about the back yard.
We are spoiled in Maine with acreage, open and wood space with no people. Like some places where it it busy, like ants hurry scurry. And packed tightly making it hard to even turn around without being at the end of very small property space.