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Services

Remodel and Renovation

Breathing new life into your space. Revitalize, reimagine, and redefine your home with expert craftsmanship.

Interior & Exterior Remodeling

Upgrade Your Home: Inside & Out. Design & Build Experts.

Kitchen Renovation or Remodel

Transform your heart of the home. From modern updates to timeless classics, elevate functionality and style with expert remodeling services.

Bathroom Remodelin or Renovation

Soak in Luxury. Transform your bath, any style, any budget. We make it easy.

Fix & Flip

Hidden Gem Hunter? Buy low, renovate smart, sell high. Unlock profits with fix & flip.

General Contractor

Dream Home Architect? We build it. We manage it. We make it happen. Licensed FL general contractor.

What renovation adds the most value?

Best home improvement projects for return on investment

The following home projects topped the list for highest cost recovery:

Note: Based on money.com data

What Lowers Property Value
– 14 Surprising Factors

Thinking of selling your house? Hidden factors can significantly impact its value. From DIY disasters to surprise neighbors, this guide unveils 14 often-overlooked culprits that can drain your property’s worth

01

Delayed or Neglected Maintenance

02

Outdated Kitchens and Bathrooms

03

Sloppy Home Improvement Projects

04

Damaged Roof

05

Mold or Mildew Damage

06

Asbestos

07

Smoking

08

Unhelpful Tenants

The wrong tenants in your house can deplete the overall home value in several ways:

  • If they don’t treat the property well.
  • If they don’t let realtors and potential buyers in.
  • If they smoke and the property smells bad or weird.

Hopefully, your rental agreement has something in place about how the property should be cared for, what behaviors are or are not allowed, and they’re pleasant to real estate agents and prospective buyers when the time comes to sell.

09

Natural Disasters

10

Flood Zones

11

Changes in the Real Estate Market

12

Mortgage Rates

13

Proximity to Things That Look, Smell, or Sound Bad

The location of your home matters. There are a few examples in this list, but there could be more.

Things that look, smell, or sound bad can reduce property value.
Some examples are:

• Landfills
• Power plants
• Strip clubs
• Cemeteries
• Smelly farms
• Registered sex offenders
• Abandoned properties (aka “zombie homes“)
• Factories
• Junkyards

14

Foreclosures in Your Neighborhood

Foreclosures in your area can reduce the value of your property, especially if an appraiser uses it as a comparable sale (“comp”).

Foreclosures often decrease the value of an area in the buyers’ eyes, especially if the foreclosed property is in shambles.

Note: Based on housesthatshine.com data