Winter is quickly approaching and COVID restrictions are starting to tighten once again in Pennsylvania. Every industry is adapting and practicing the new CDC guidelines. It’s important to note that you can still safely get an appraisal for your real estate property. WIth so many things on hold, have you started thinking about the future? Do you know your plans for the spring? If you are thinking of selling your home/ business or even refinancing in Bucks or Philadelphia County, it’s time to start working on those indoor projects you have been putting off. Maybe a little facelift for the bathroom or a fresh coat of paint on the walls could add value to your property. There has been so much extra time home mind as well put it to good use.
Start by Making a List
Spring is the season for selling and listing so now is the time to start preparing. Make a list of projects you want to have completed before the appraisal. Ask yourself, is there something the house needs? (Heater checkup, new plumbing etc) Also, is there something you have been wanting to upgrade or change? Maybe a new floor is needed or you finally have the time to fix or have a repair fixed that you have been putting off. Once you have a list created, you can get started right away.
Tackle the list
This part can be challenging but breaking it down will help ease that overwhelming feeling. Which tasks on the list are you able to do yourself? Which ones require a contractor? Start with the smaller attainable goals and work your way down. Doing this, you will feel a sense of accomplishment as you are able to check things off the list. Remember for some tasks google and youtube can be your best friend, just leave the tasks that require an expertise to the professionals.
Completing the list
Whether your list is completed or on its way. Let’s see where that hard work landed you. Now it’s time to each out to olive branch appraisals
If you’re looking to make an appointment or discuss your options, reach out to Olive Branch Appraisals for your real estate appraisal needs in Bucks and Philadelphia county by phone at 267-588-8200, by email at email@example.com, or our online form.