Before & Before & After Photos

November 4th, 2017 · 5 Comments

Before Bathroom (from 2011). This home was sold at the height of the Phoenix real estate market’s prices, selling for $150,000 in August 2006. It went into foreclosure and was sold by the bank for a mere $15,000 in May 2011. That new owner then sold it to another person for $26,000 in January 2012. That owner renovated it at some point and sold it November 2017 for $145,000.

After Bathroom (from 2017).

Before Dining Room.

After Dining Room.

Before Kitchen.

After Kitchen.

Before Back Yard.

After Back Yard.

Before Front of House in 2006.

Before Front of House in 2011.

After Front of House in 2017. New windows were installed. The evaporative cooling was replaced with real air conditioning.

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

5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Susan // Nov 4, 2017 at 9:42 pm

    Nice renovation! Kitchen looks great.

  • 2 JJ // Nov 5, 2017 at 4:57 am

    Just wondering- why do air conditioner units sit on the roof of the house instead of on the ground?

  • 3 Leif // Nov 5, 2017 at 9:47 am

    The cold air has a shorter distance to travel to rooms when the unit is on the roof. Old A/C units in the 1960s used to be on the ground and have the main duct on the outside of the house, from the ground to the attic, and then in a hot attic to the rooms. Not very efficient.

  • 4 April // Nov 7, 2017 at 11:16 pm

    Oh, I always thought they were swamp coolers.

  • 5 gosh // Nov 11, 2017 at 6:45 pm

    It seems like all these remodels look exactly the same-

    1) Put new tile in the bathroom with an ugly stripe
    2) Paint the cabinets white or an ugly stain to hide all the imperfections
    3) Put ugly tile that looks real cheap thoroughout the house. Lowes has this stuff real cheap – style selections tile. Probably low quality.

    It seems everyone is using the same playbook.

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