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Remodel & Renovate in 87125 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Apr 3, 2012
Arthur Miller answered:
I have done a few renovations myself and I learn something new every time I get one done. While the project is underway it can be kind of trying but when you have a finished product it makes it all worth while... well there was that one time when the market fell apart and I was just happy to break even. ... more
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Thu Nov 18, 2010
Robert asked:
I am the owner of a contracting company in Albuquerque and am interested in doing work on foreclosed and or bank owned homes
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Wed Sep 17, 2014
Guy Gemmer answered:
This is a really old question but I think there is value in answering it nonetheless. In most industries the first step is to identify your target audience before identifying your marketing strategies. There are statistics that support every avenue but what I have found has the highest return, is simply showing up. If you put a plan in place, see it through. If you're walking a neighborhood and leaving fliers on door steps, don't waste the time and money printing them, filling up with gas and driving there just to stop half way through because its boring. If its direct mail or internet, answer the phone when it rings! Or at least call/email back! People want to work with, that's why they called. ... more
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Mon Apr 30, 2012
Steve Quintana answered:
The kitchen and bathroom square prices are the ones with the greatest range. I could hit $1,000 a square and more. Give us more info on the level of detail you want in the kitchen addition and you might get better feed back. Better yet, get a local contractor to give you some ideas. ... more
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Wed Aug 6, 2008
Elnina asked:
Back of a small, old house. Concrete slab ready. Two windows, one sliding door.
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