i’m selling my home I bought in a city I haven’t lived in for a few years.
This house is in a neighborhood pocket that straddles the traditional racial redline and is the same caliber as houses four blocks west of it on the “right” side of that line.
If I sell it as is, my estimates are 330k. Other houses in the neighborhood that are close but not quite are selling around 250-275. At the midwest 330k pricepoint, is it the type of place that people would buy it for that and want to redo the kitchen/bathroom or do they want it to be move in ready? That’s basically the question: curb appeal. A little more info:
It has features that other houses in the neighborhood (or any neighborhood) don’t have – a double car garage, solar panels, and a geothermal heating system.
So I’m wondering do I just repaint the interior or do I put down PVT in the kitchen and repaint the cabinets or just get rid of it as is? Would it be worth the money put into it?
Also I’m really worried about the overall overheating of the economy and want out – I’m afraid of the month it would take to update the house
So r/realestate, what do you think? Sell it as is for 330 or put 15-20k into it to try to sell for 350-375?