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Entries Tagged as 'Drywall Damage'
January 17th, 2015 · 3 Comments
January 16th, 2015 · 7 Comments
This home has had the same owners since 1988.
They’ve had 26 years to maintain their home.
Pride of ownership.
You can see the bed in the above photo in the background of this photo. Why is a bathroom sink in the kitchen?
Libby’s sweet corn. Yum.
Has it been cleaned since 1988?
The living room. Probably a great place to entertain guests.
An investor bought it for $35,000.
December 13th, 2014 · 1 Comment
These damaged homes mean lower sales prices for their neighborhoods.
[I had to white out the profanity.]
December 7th, 2014 · 1 Comment
These Des Moines, Iowa sellers shop at WalMart. You should too.
They’re not the neatest sellers we’ve known.
This is the gift wrapping room!
Basket weave vinyl flooring.
Check out the pom poms on the curtains.
Mr. Seller, please repair the ceiling. Oh, and remove the mold in the corner too.
October 26th, 2014 · 3 Comments
…call for desperate measures. When you’re out of toilet paper, you gotta tear off pieces of wallpaper/paint. [Evansville, Indiana]
October 8th, 2014 · 7 Comments
Not quite finished home for sale in Humboldt, Arizona. Drywall missing from the walls and ceiling. This is the kitchen.
Cabinet doors are missing but there are stainless steel appliances.
Another view of the kitchen.
The dining room. Imagine hosting dinner parties here with friends under the glow of the chandelier.
The bathroom toilet is the same one used on the International Space Station? The can of ant & roach killer doesn’t instill confidence.
This is the master bedroom upstairs. At least the drywall was installed.
This place has ants and roaches and now flies too.
This is the master bathroom.
This is the view looking down the stairs. Plenty of shelves and wall space to display your knick knacks.
Downstairs again to the living room, the only room with painted drywall.
September 30th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Check back with us tomorrow. The bathroom should be finished by then.
July 26th, 2014 · 5 Comments
Before Front of House. Sold as a short sale. Bought by an investor for $55,000.
After Front of House. Once remodeled, it sold for $145,000.
Before Front of House. This house had only evaporative cooling.
After Front of House. Central air conditioning was added to the house.
Before Kitchen. Notice the damage to the walls.
Before Other Side of Kitchen.
After Other Side of Kitchen.
Before Living Room.
After Living Room.
Before Bedroom 1.
After Bedroom 1.
Before Bathroom 1.
Before Bathroom 1.
After Bathroom 1.
Before Bedroom 2.
After Bedroom 2.
Before Bathroom 2.
After Bathroom 2.
After Bathroom 2.
Before Back Patio.
After Back Patio.
Bonus photos of the Before house. Here’s the back yard with a water feature.
The stair lead to an additional structure on the property. Wanna bet they didn’t get a building permit for it?
More damage in Bathroom 3.
Another view of Bathroom 3.
Laundry room or storage room?
A big hole in the ceiling.
July 24th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Short sales accounted for only 3.5% of all sold listings in the Phoenix metro area in June 2014, the lowest since June 2008. Thank goodness. They are typically neglected homes. Here’s a recent example. And this wasn’t someone who bought at the height of the market. This home was purchased for $92,000 in 2001 with no refinancing. It sold for less due to the condition.
Cracked toilet tank. How does that happen? Mildew on the shower grout.
More problems in the bathtub.
The baby sticks those yucky peas and carrots in the hole in the wall.
The carpet is shot.
There are a variety of items on display out front. The wheelbarrow distracts you from the broken window.
The previous photo was better than this one. And that’s no bull.
The swimming pool adds extra value to the property.
Can’t wait for the new owner to transform this property.
The roof on the addition is buckling.
Another broken window.
The security door is not attached.
Tags: Carpet · Roof · Curb Appeal · Bathroom · Kitchen · Pool & Spa · Bedroom · Clutter · Phoenix Homes · Dining Room · Back Yard · Fixer-Upper · Window · Drywall Damage · Room Addition · Siding · Wet Bar
July 11th, 2014 · 3 Comments
On a positive note: he’s consistent.