People can change and so can houses. Do you believe that? That’s a loaded question, I know. Maybe sometimes it’s easier for a house to change though. Anyway, I appraised a fire-burned home in Citrus Heights a few months back and I stopped by the rehabbed version this morning to check things out while in the same neighborhood on an appraisal inspection. Housing Group Fund flipped this house with Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funds, so you know it was done to very high standards. The difference is remarkable and change like this pumps me up because it’s really good for a neighborhood. What do you think?
NOTE: The first three “after” photos are MLS photos and the “before” photos are my own. The agent’s “afters” turned out better than most of mine this morning, so I used hers instead. Contact Real Estate Agent Tera Coombs for more information on this property. And no, I am not being paid to promote this listing. I just think things like this are worthy of sharing. A bit of good news is nice these days in our economy, don’t you think?
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