The real estate market fluctuates all the time. Sellers sometimes have the advantage and other times, buyers do.
In 2021, it’s the season for sellers. Homes are being quickly snatched up at record breaking prices, with numerous bids due to decreased inventory nationwide, because of pandemic challenges over the last 18 months. Even homeowners that would like to sell are hesitating because of the immediacy in which their home might be purchased before they’ve found another home to go to.
Those concerns and the lengthy “stay at home” requirements have prompted many homeowners to invest in remodeling options. While remodeling may sound like the easy choice, it still requires a complex set of decisions, including: a) creating a new design that aligns with the structural integrity of your home, b) establishing a budget that won’t break your bank, and c) finding a contractor skilled in managing the remodeling process from start to finish.
Understanding the steps leading to a successful home remodel is important. Progressive Design Build suggests 10 steps to follow before beginning your home remodeling project. Part one of their article starts with the following five steps:
- Do your research – interview several contractors and pick the one that is like-minded
- Consider resale value – make sure the changes you make within your home are not so radical that others would not want to buy it when you are ready to sell it
- Don’t do it yourself – having a skilled remodeling expert will significantly reduce the potential for remodeling problems that could have been prevented
- Stay true to your house – utilize the original style of the house, while allowing your unique personality to shine through it
- Don’t work without a design plan – begin with the floor plan and make decisions from there based on realistic space confinements
To learn more about each of those five steps in Part 1 of their 10-step overview, click here.
At Triple Crown Construction, we love being the designated Construction Manager for both commercial and residential construction projects. So if you are considering beginning a remodeling or building project in the near future, don’t hesitate to send us a project bid or contact us to learn more about how we make every project a Partner Grade Experience for our clients.
About Triple Crown Construction:
Founded in 1991, Triple Crown Construction built a reputation for itself as a reliable partner in the hospitality and commercial construction industry by understanding and delivering on its partners’ expectations. Based in Frederick, Maryland, Triple Crown Construction strives to approach each and every project with the goal to deliver quality, service, and value, and is committed to raising the standard of excellence in all areas of its work. The company operates with a family mentality, a commitment to the greater community, and a desire to work with those who aim to improve their customers’ experience.
About Triple Crown Construction:
Triple Crown Construction is a Partner-Grade provider specializing in pre-construction, commercial construction and hospitality renovation. This allows you to focus on driving revenue while we focus on your construction projects.
Since 1991, TCC has provided expertise in delivering successful turnkey solutions to its clients across the nation. Efficient processes and cutting-edge technology has enabled TCC to maximize client value while minimizing project pitfalls. A core team of Estimators, Project Managers and Superintendents provide guidance and support to a network of TCC Certified subcontractors. Nestled in picturesque Frederick County, MD, TCC is an active member of the community, routinely participating in local events and charity programs.
We are Partner-Grade™
Partner-Grade is a shared commitment to and investment in our Client-Partners’ interests. We offer confidence through knowledge in the construction process, turnkey projects and a solution-oriented approach. Our brand virtues of efficiency, clear communication and providing an excellent customer experience are at the core of every project. Can you afford to work with a firm that’s not “Powered by Partner-Grade?”