Before & After Remodel

April 15th, 2017 · 7 Comments

Before Kitchen. This is a very modest renovation. My guess is $20,000 spent on renovations. It was purchased for $100,000.


After Kitchen. The remodeled house sold for $154,000.


Before Bathroom 1.


After Bathroom 1.


After Bathroom 2. There was no Before photo.


Before Dining & Family Room.


After Dining & Family Room.


Before Bedroom.


After Bedroom.


Before Front of House.


After Front of House.


Tags: Bathroom · Bedroom · Before & After · Curb Appeal · Dining Room · Kitchen · Phoenix Homes · Remodeling

7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 TR // Apr 16, 2017 at 9:01 pm

    We just had kitchen refacing/new countertop estimates for a small kitchen with 28 door/drawer spaces. 16K was the least expensive from three sources, even after we went from upscale to most-basic components and a solid surface countertop. I asked, “How do flippers make a profit if the most basic re-do is this expensive?” He said every flipper he knows does most of the work, with very little need to hire it done. It seems a lot of skill would be required!

  • 2 slz // Apr 17, 2017 at 6:27 am

    I will never understand the trend of removing ceiling fans in remodels. Don’t they add property value due to the climate in Arizona?

  • 3 WildCard~ // Apr 17, 2017 at 11:00 am

    Lovely job, but no kitchen window over a sink and looking into a blank wall, always a deal breaker with me..

  • 4 Jozef // Apr 17, 2017 at 5:01 pm

    slz, I think HGTV declared that ceiling tiles are “dated” and now everyone wants to take them out, even if they’re extremely useful in some places. Some people also say they’re dust magnets, but you can easily clean one in 30 seconds with a Swiffer. That logic is like getting rid of your mattress and sleeping on a bare surface because the sheets need to be changed regularly.

  • 5 Wendy // Apr 17, 2017 at 5:55 pm

    The house was cleaned up nicely but I’ll never understand not having a window over the kitchen sink. And those small windows high on the wall make the rooms feel like they’re in the basement.

  • 6 AZ // Apr 19, 2017 at 10:41 pm

    Looks like my Aunt’s house built in the early 1950s, I recall one of the benefits of the high windows was furniture placement because back in the 50s bedroom furniture was bed, dresser with mirror, chest of drawers, and two night stands with high windows you could place furniture on every wall. I’m amazed those are the original windows!

  • 7 Elvira // Jun 14, 2017 at 7:33 am

    Nicely done but why did they leave, what looks like moldy drywall, underneath the sink?

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