Peak real estate season begins in early spring. Now is the time to make your home sale-ready. Small home improvement projects will add curb appeal to your property and make the selling process as smooth as possible. Anticipate home inspection projects with the help of the home improvement experts at Centennial Construction & Remodeling Services, Inc.
Real Estate Ready in Spring 2018
After you ring in the new year, it’s time to begin planning your home, property, and family goals. If relocating tops your list for 2018, now is the time to make the necessary home improvements.
Purchasing a home is one of the largest investments you will make in a lifetime. As a homeowner, it’s your largest asset. Begin the conversation with your realtor and general contractor as you consider selling your home. Conduct a pre-listing conversation with your trusted contractor to catch any red flags that can prevent the sale from taking place. Identifying and correcting major issues now gives you peace of mind throughout the selling process.
Home Improvement Projects
The trusted, full-service general contractors at Centennial Construction can assist in making your home ready for listing. Our services extend inside and outside of the home including new construction, remodeling, exterior and restoration.
- Storm and Hail Damage
- Water Damage
- Fire Damage
Adding Curb Appeal
A few small touches can add instant visual appeal to your home giving it curb appeal. Consider adding a fresh coat of paint to your home’s interior and exterior for quick, inexpensive results. Updating landscaping generates contemporary, visual interest to your home’s perimeter. If you’re looking to add the most bang for your buck, indoor remodeling in the kitchen and bathrooms offer the highest return with instantaneous curb appeal.
Set your home buying and selling goals in motion in early 2018 by contacting the construction and remodeling experts for pre-listing home improvement projects. Begin the conversation by contacting Centennial Construction at (317) 848-7634.
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