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Renovation Loans: How to Make Your Best Move in Dallas’ Sellers Market

As a home buyer, it's difficult to navigate the low inventory in our booming real estate environment.

As a home buyer, it’s difficult to navigate the low inventory in our booming real estate environment. The best way to turn the odds in your favor is with a Renovation Loan from PrimeLending.

Instead of searching for the perfect home, create your dream home, designed to your own taste and needs. A Renovation Loan allows you to purchase a home (or refinance a home you already own) and include the cost of a renovation or remodel. There are plenty of homes on the market that are in need of TLC – an open concept kitchen and living area, perfect for entertaining and family gatherings, perhaps. The cost of buying a fixer-upper and doing your own upgrades will be far less than buying a turnkey home that isn’t 100% your own.

Some of the most popular projects done with Renovation Loans are kitchen and bath remodels, hardwood flooring, and reconfiguring rooms to create more functional space. We see the most significant value in Dallas homes when square footage is created with additions. When buying a home in need of a remodel at a discounted price, the cost of an addition versus the amount of value gained in the market is an instant equity builder. It secures your financial foothold in the current market, but places you in a strong position for years to come.

The Hargrave Group has specializes in Renovation Loans and has a dedicated team to navigate you through the process of choosing the right product, contractor, and assuring that your upgrades give you the highest value.

www.TheHargraveGroup.com     –   PrimeLending

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