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Add Value Before You Sell

For homeowners who’ve been in their homes for longer than two years, there’s an extra incentive. They will not be subject to some of the capital gains. Right now, there’s an exclusionary rule that allows you to take some profits tax-free. Of course, rules change and your area may have local restrictions, but the timing couldn’t better to put your home on the market.

So what do you do? Call Glickman/Design Remodel Build.
Real estate professionals will tell you that homes appreciate in two ways.
First market appreciation. Things like inflation, a growing economy and population growth in a desired area lead to an increase in property value. The second way to make a home more valuable is through improvements like quality upgrades and diligent maintenance.

Homeowners can increase the value of their homes for a spring sale by making the right improvements now. Remodeling can add thousands of dollars in new value, but you will need the right contractor to guide you through the process. Glickman|Design Remodel Build is a contractor with over 40 years of experience in this area. They have worked with many of your neighbors. They are patient, reliable and have the right experience to add value to your home. For homes like yours, they will create strategic improvements that are beautifully visible and make a real difference to attract buyers.

Renovate wisely
Call Glickman first. They know what’s worth doing and what’s not. It’s not simple. Some real estate sales agents will tell you to trim some trees and change the carpet. That’s not enough. Some people try to renovate in the most inexpensive way possible. That’s a mistake. Poorly made renovations can cost more for labor because they are more difficult to install. Working with a trusted company like Glickman will remove the risk of poorly done shortcuts. Glickman’s renovations stand the test of time and will be worth even more in resale value.

Create a better home while creating better value
A general rule is that you want to make home renovations that are appropriate to the value of your home. This is the best way to get the greatest return. In other words, you probably don’t need an indoor swimming pool. But what should you do? Well, first you should create space. Knock out a non-structural wall or anything that opens the space. Also, create a more powerful front door. Many buyers make up their minds in the first few minutes of entering a house. If your kitchen is dated a redo will be money well spent. Kitchens are the heart of every home. Call Glickman and lets us take you through some pictures and redo’s we’ve done; ideas that can lead to a better home now and create value if you do sell next spring.

Let Glickman create greater value for your home now!
You may have gotten a letter from a real estate asking if you are interested in selling your home. Today your area is hot because of its location and frankly a lack of suitable housing. If you’re thinking about downsizing or moving this may be your opportunity. That’s why you should start renovating your home now to get the greatest possible value, and why you need to call Glickman|Design Remodel Build. They will carefully show you the keys to home improvements. New building materials, computer-assisted designs programs, amazing appliances, experienced contractors, and dedicated designers will show you that creating more value with improvements can bring greater value next spring.

Hiring a professional design-build company like Glickman|Design Remodel Build with an extensive portfolio of successful projects will be an excellent choice. On every project, we work to ensure that a personal connection is established with our clients to clearly understand how they live and what they want to create. For all your additions, renovations and remodeling needs, Glickman|Design Remodel Build is the right choice. If you’d like to discuss a new project with a knowledgeable consultant you can contact us on our website or call one of the phone numbers below:
Maryland: (301) 444-4663
Virginia: (703) 832-8159
Washington, DC: (202) 792-7320