Use this post to educate buyers about the potential pitfalls of a recently renovated home with cosmetic upgrades hiding deeper problems.
- What is a “Lipstick Flip”?
- Why a home may look too good to be true
- How pretty homes can hide ugly problems
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Home investors are always looking to make a nice profit on the homes they flip. Sometimes this leads unscrupulous renovators to make cosmetic upgrades which hide ugly problems. Here’s how to protect yourself.
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“When inventory is tight and newly renovated homes are wooing prospective buyers, you need to take a step back and remember that the home you’re hunting for is a long-term investment. While futuristic appliances and gleaming hardwood floors may seduce you into making a quick offer, understand that there’s much more to a home than what lies on the surface…”
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