Episode 17

Published on:

30th May 2020

Big and Little Fixes

Do yourself a favor and plan on making a few fixes or repairs before you open your home to buyers. Try to make fixes that make the most sense for your bottom line.

Obvious fixes would be a broken window or a hole in the wall, and these are ones that should be addressed if at all possible. Of course, in real estate, all things are negotiable, but making some repairs ahead of time makes a lot of sense.

All homes that have been lived in have room for improvement. It's just a matter of budgeting for those that will see the biggest return on our investment. Some repairs make more sense than others. That's where the plan comes in, and that's where I can help.


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At Home with Jackie Gibbins
The Heart of Real Estate
Unpacking my stories, tips, insight and advice on all things home and real estate, focusing on the heart and humor at the center of it all!
Life teaches you a lot, and since I am not always the best pupil, life will often give me more homework. Still working on it all, but happy to share what I have learned so far, in a real, down to earth way that I hope will inform, inspire and maybe even make you smile!

Realtor with Regency Real Estate Brokers DRE01773496

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Jackie Gibbins

Warm and fuzzy about all things heart and home PLUS a savvy Realtor with Regency Real Estate Brokers in Mission Viejo, CA. Walking along that garden path, gathering stories, friends and cool experiences; learning new things and cherishing old traditions.