Updates to living and flex spaces

Updates to living and flex spaces

While kitchens and bathrooms are focal points for buyers, they won’t ignore the rest of the home–and neither should you. Especially after the Coronavirus pandemic, more people are choosing to work and work out at home. The result is an increased focus on flex spaces and living spaces.

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The benefits of updating living spaces

Kitchens, bathrooms, and exteriors make up a large percentage of the spaces we update to get homes ready for market or for move-in—but we’ll update any space as needed to help homes sell faster and for more. From linen closets and popcorn ceilings in hallways to that weird “storage” room in your basement with ‘70s-era shag carpet, we’ve got you covered.   

To get started on any home improvement projects, the real estate agent representing the listing should request an estimate. From there we’ll discuss what work needs to be done with the agent and homeowner to determine final scope, including kitchens, bathrooms, and everything in between. 

Cost of common updates

Below you’ll find average price ranges for repairs & touch-ups, refreshes, and remodels. Please keep in mind that prices vary by location and are all-inclusive.

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Painting Throughout

Painting Throughout

     

    Average: $5,350

     
    Square footage is a big factor in determining the overall price of a fresh coat of paint. Submit a request for an estimate, and one of our Home Improvement Consultants can provide you with a free same-day estimate!

New Carpet

New Carpet

     

    Average: $1,200

     

    Carpet is most commonly used in bedrooms, and is also fairly popular in basements for insulation purposes. If the carpet is in good condition, a good, deep clean is another option for preparing a home for listing.

LVT Installation

LVT Installation

     

    Average: $8,900

     
    Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) is an increasingly common flooring option due to its versatility, durability, and waterproof feature. It mimics the appearance of hardwood, and can stand up to wear and tear.

before

The entryway is a prospective home buyer’s first impression of the interior of the home. For this project, we installed consistent flooring to create a better flow and lightened up the finishes to create a warmer feel.

after

The entryway is a prospective home buyer’s first impression of the interior of the home. For this project, we installed consistent flooring to create a better flow and lightened up the finishes to create a warmer feel.

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Curbio consults on, manages, executes, and finances home improvements big and small to make pre-listing improvements accessible to Realtors® and their clients.