As promised, here is Part II of a video I shot a few months back in December of a Sacramento fixer house awaiting a flip. This one definitely needed some loving and over the past few months it’s been completely rehabbed. If you remember, this house actually had $48,000 in code enforcement fines too. Thankfully a remodel like this helps improve the image of the neighborhood and it drives out squatters too. I met up yesterday with a friend at Housing Group Fund to walk through the house to see the after version. Enjoy some before and after pics throughout the video. If you subscribe by email, click here to see the video. What do you think?
I made this one-minute “before & after” video for a client (Housing Group Fund) to help show one of their recent first-time home buyer projects in Sacramento. I appraised this property and I have permission to post the information here. This is a block construction house (cinder block) near the Fruitridge area that was purchased recently as a bank-owned fixer and then rehabbed extensively throughout. One of the features I really like about this remodel is that there is now sheetrock and texture on the interior walls so the house does not have a typical “block” feel to it. If you are reading in RSS, you can view the video directly here.
It’s amazing to see the difference from beginning to end. What do you think?