Maximizing Your Sale Price Is Easier Than You Think
At Maser Condo Sales, we know how to get you the highest sale price. Oftentimes, that means investing a nominal amount to renovate parts of your condo or townhome before listing. Whether you list your property with us or not, Maser Condo Sales can manage your renovation process from start to finish. Spend the least while maximizing your value.
We have spent over 20 years renovating hundreds of condos and townhomes. We’ve built a network of accountable and reliable contractors who know how to get the job done right.
Our complimentary renovation management includes:
- In-unit consultation with smart design concepts
- Recommendations on simple, inexpensive ways to add value
- Access to our most trusted contractors and vendors
- Renovation supervision from beginning to end
Check out some of our recently managed renovation projects:
Project: Full Renovation
This property was in original condition. The previous owner sold the property in “as in” condition. The Maser team managed the renovation for our buyer from start to sold. From the visionary new design, layout changes, city permits, HOA permission process, moving walls, kitchen plan, adding new lighting, new floors, custom cabinetry, new doors, complete overhauls of the bathrooms, picking out fixtures, appliances, etc. This unit is now a gem. The total project cost approximately $120,000 and involved two months of actual labor. See the property.
Project: Full Renovation
This property was in terrible condition when purchased. The previous owner considered renovation but stopped after demolition without completing the job. We came in and did a complete renovation, which included removing a wall that made up a non-permitted second room off the kitchen, which was the original breakfast nook. We designed a new kitchen, updated all appliances, renovated the master bathroom, created new closet spaces, painted, updated lighting throughout and installed new windows and doors. The project took 45 days from start to finish, and it was on the market for just 4 days before selling for well over asking price. See the property.
Project: Kitchen and Dining Area
This property was purchased for $680,000. Overall, the unit was dated in its original decor. We re-used all the old cabinetry, removed the upper cabinets and opened up the kitchen, moved out the galley sink portion and pushed it out a few feet to expand and open up the kitchen. We added new countertops, a sink and appliances. We also updated the floors and added in-ceiling lighting. The property sold for $1,000,000 ($100,000 over asking price). The project cost only $8,000. See the property.
Project: Kitchen, Master and Guest Bathroom
This property was listed and not selling. The second bathroom was clean, but dark and a bit dated. The master bathroom was also dated. We removed and replaced the counter tops with lighter white quartz, removed old floor and tub/shower tile and replaced with a lighter marble throughout. We also gave the bathrooms a fresh coat of paint.
In addition to both full bathrooms, the kitchen also needed an overhaul; countertops were dark and the bar area blocked the flow into the dining area. We removed the high standing bar, replaced the stove with a flat surface stove and added a large white quartz countertop that flowed nicely to the dining area. This brightened up the kitchen, which made it feel larger and more open. We also updated the flooring to make it feel more modern. Cost: $10,000. Result: The property sold for $25,000 over asking price and for $40,000 more than the offers made prior to renovation. See the property.
Project: Living Areas
This was a 3,000 sq. ft. penthouse with panoramic views, but the property had not been renovated or updated in 40 years. We added new carpet, painted everything bright white, removed the tints and drapes from the windows and staged the living area. This allowed us to drive buyers to come see the amazing views and space. The property sold for $6,550,000. See the property.