Flipping investment properties is high-risk, high-reward. Painting, on the other hand, is low-risk, high-reward.
Painting tends to offer amazing ROI because, in the grand scheme of home renovations, it’s on the cheaper side of the spectrum. But cheap improvements don’t have to add small amounts of value. A simple paint job can add massive value to almost any property.
Buyers and renters are typically unimaginative and they like a home to appear at its maximum potential when they see it for the first time.
Of course, not all paint jobs are created equal. When flipping investment properties, it’s essential to consider which colors have the potential to add value and how a professional touch could make a significant difference.
Investments Vs. Homes
We understand what investment property owners are looking to get out of flipping, so we work efficiently and effectively, paying close attention to detail. We get the job done right the first time – ensuring that there’s no need for re-dos or other touch-ups.
Painting to Sell
There are some major differences between painting a wall or two and painting to sell. When you’re painting a place that you intend to live in or own for awhile, just about anything goes. You can paint to your taste and wherever you’d like.
When painting to sell, it’s important to be strategic about your approach. There are rooms that are worth painting and some that may not be worth the investment. At the same time, there’s a certain standard of craftsmanship that buyers expect and colors that either work or don’t. Due to all of this, it’s important to have a smart approach to painting before you tackle an investment property with a DIY painting approach.
When choosing subcontractors, all great investors know that professionalism matters. At Just Rite Painting, we’re committed to being reliable, punctual, and effective.
Our team is motivated by constantly exceeding client expectations to increase property value.