What Grade Would You Give Your Home

Dated: May 26 2021

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What type of home are you selling?

Type A+

Completely remodeled home with top of the line finishes like luxury vinyl flooring, granite counter tops, soft-close cabinets, new appliances, and new carpet.

Type A

Updates have been made with middle-high end finishes throughout, refinished floors and/or laminate, fresh paint and/or carpet.

Type B+

Slightly outdated home bought in the 1990s-2000s. Mostly everything is original but this home is clean and has been kept in good shape.

Type C+

Outdated home with good bones. This home hasn't really been updated since being bought in the 1960s-1980s. Clean but needs serious cosmetic work.

Type C-

Needs 1-2 "Big Ticket Items" inspected and/or repaired. Also needs cleaned out, fixed up and updated. Real estate investors would call this a "rehab".

Type D+

This home needs fixed and updated from top to bottom including 2 or more major "Big Ticket Items". Investors would call this a "full-rehab".

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Tyler Finkler

Every home (and owner) is unique in its own way, but selling a home isn't rocket science! We live in a world where you can access ANYTHING at the tip of your fingers.. even homes for sale. When wo....

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