The good news is that we are officially DONE with condo #1! We are currently under contract and will close in a few weeks. As soon as we are signed and sealed, I can talk a little more openly about that project, even though I'll have to leave some detail out until AFTER the show airs (THIS FALL! YAY!)
AND we JUST closed on our SECOND condo flip! Whoo hoo!!
The reason we got it for such a great price is due to the inside of the unit. Its gutted.
But hey, what do we care? We like working with a blank slate anyway! And this way, it a LOT easier to get to plumbing, put it recessed can lights, electrical, the works!
So Im going to give you guys a little walk through of the place so you can get a bit better idea of what we are working with.
Let's back up and start with the view right when you walk in the front door; the living room.
Next we turn around...
Next is the view into the kitchen...
It too is pretty darn small...
|shower and toilet|
We're going to have to raise the shower head and are debating turning this into a standing shower. Maybe bring the shower head all the way up to the ceiling and make it a rain shower? That might get pretty pricey though. And with flips, its all about the $$$.
Across the bath, you have a storage closet (sorry no picture... its just an open square right now. Feel free to use your imagination). So with the bath on the right and the closet on your left, you walk into your master...
The room is a good size, maybe 14x14? and it has a decent sized closet...
So that's about it! Its nothing crazy at -750sq ft, but I think we can turn it into something pretty cute, and hopefully make some good money off it (Common' baby... mama needs a new laundry room).
I also shot a walk through video of the "before" if you want to get a better sense of how everything is laid out.
P.S.- I plan to post a LOT more about this flip on here, but usually upload sneak peaks and fun pics of our flips on my Instagram, LittleHouseintheBigD ... you can also see me sharing super cute pictures of my kids, because lets face it, I'm a mom.
Glad to be back!