Should A Homeowner Have Brick Repair Done Prior To Selling His Home?
In Most Cases It Is Financially Beneficial For A Homeowner To Have Brick Repair Done Prior To Selling His Home
According to Thebolt buyers often gain a lasting first impression even before they enter their potential new home. If there is missing mortar, cracked bricks or other visible defects, the prospective buyer’s judgment is poisoned and he is far likely to sign a purchase agreement. The process repeats itself with each new potential buyer until the home sits idly or empty and the price spirals downward. The homeowner loses thousands when he could have made an early sale by investing a fraction of the cost for brick repair.
Thebolt made his comments before the National Real Estate Network, LLC, which is comprised of real estate experts and investors. He explained he does major repair work as well as smaller jobs and has many satisfied customers who believe the investment was worth it One of his fortes is tuck- pointing. See: http://emailwire.com/release/112582-Casey-Thebolt-spoke-about-tuck-pointing-at-the-Michigan-Contractors-Associations-monthly-meeting.html
Thebolt also does excellent porch repair work. For a further explanation visit: http://www.caseythebolt.us/2013/01/casey-thebolt-on-porch-repair.html
About Casey Thebolt:
Casey Thebolt is CEO of CTV3 Enterprises and Metro Detroit Masonry. After doing brick repair work for years, his firm is well established. He may be contacted at 248-906-2883 or at:
Submitted by: Right Now Marketing
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