Gdoerner, Home Buyer in 34202

What does "some work" entail?

Asked by Gdoerner, 34202 Tue Dec 16, 2008

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in a nut shell, usually it means, new paint or flooring, some TLC you know
The Leventhal Team
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Hello and Happy Holidays! Like salt on food, it is subjective. What is a lot to some is a little to others. What it comes down to is taking a look at the property personally and determining if it is "some work" or "lots of work" on your own. If it is painting, cleaning, removing wallpaper that is usually "some work". However, in some properties, the tile is excellent, but it would not be considered updated enough to some and then it could be a big job. Your personal likes and dislikes is what actually determines the degree of work needed in a house. At least the agent was straight forward in advising that the home needs attention.

This appears to be an excellent value at the price and a lovely home. If you would like to view this property, I would be happy to make the arrangements and take you. Contact me at or call directly 941-685-0949. Have a very nice holiday.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Dec 16, 2008

"Some work" is an avenue intended to make buyers aware of conditions that may not be acceptable by their standards. It could be as simple as dated bath rooms and kitchen, or as complicated as a leaky roof.

This is a generalization that may or may not be a sign for eliminating this property from your search. Our recommendation is to preview the property so you can be the judge.

Good luck
The Eckler Team
Michael Saunders & Company
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