Graffiti Not Welcome

August 26th, 2012 · 2 Comments

Glendale, Arizona home damaged with graffiti.

graffiti everywhere inside Glendale Arizona home house for sale fixer-upper foreclosure vandalism

graffiti everywhere inside Glendale Arizona home house for sale fixer-upper foreclosure vandalism

graffiti everywhere inside Glendale Arizona home house for sale fixer-upper foreclosure vandalism

The unknown fluid spill in the kitchen probably scared them away.

graffiti everywhere inside Glendale Arizona home house for sale fixer-upper foreclosure vandalism

Tags: Foreclosure · Glendale, AZ Homes · Fixer-Upper · Graffiti

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Lisa // Aug 30, 2012 at 7:14 pm

    I think it would be better to just tear out the kitchen in the last picture….lost cause

  • 2 Larry Worsham // Mar 7, 2013 at 5:52 pm

    I’ve purchased fixer uppers and short sale homes that were as bad as this one. First you rip out any carpet and flooring that isn’t tile (the tile too, if you don’t like it), and all the appliances. You don’t want someone else’s junk! Then you repair any damage to the walls etc. Next is to completely repaint, including ceilings and following that you put in all new carpet and tile where linoleum might have been and re-finish the cabinets in the bathrooms and kitchen. Even in California you’re looking at a maximum of $20,000 for the refit if you pay to have it done and purchase good quality materials. The thing about this house that would turn me off is the graffiti, as I wouldn’t want to live in an obvious tagger neighborhood.

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