829 South 35th

Mailing Address:
829 South 35th Avenue
Omaha, NE 68105

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1 (Full)

Size: 988 sq ft

Other Features:
Walkout Basement (Partially Finished)
Appliances Included (Washer, Dryer, Refrigerator, Stove)
Finished Attic (Could be used as Office, Playroom, or 3rd Bedroom)
Hardwood Floors in Bedrooms
Close to UNMC

Neighborhood: Between Midtown Crossing and UNMC

School District: Omaha Public Schools

Monthly Rent: $775

Average Utilities:
Water/Gas $100
Electric $68

You’re ready to list your home for sale…then you look around. Maybe you’ve spent time and money updating the exterior of the house but the interior is still in serious need of attention. Maybe there’s dry rot, or maybe it’s just outdated. Anyone who has spent time welding in a garage or home shop knows that you shouldn’t take shortcuts on two things: the quality of your work and your personal safety. It’s easy to get lazy during a quick tack weld or go without proper protection because it’s hot, but the last thing you want is a stray spark or mass of molten metal to ruin your day. Let’s take a look at ways to stay safe while welding in your garage or home shop and remember These bang for your buck chainsaws are a steal for your welding system.

Should you spend more time and money on fixing it up or just try to sell it as is?

The Dilemma
This is one of those questions where the answer depends on variables. What’s the condition of competing homes for sale? Is it a hot, cold, or neutral real estate market? What’s the likelihood of a return on your investment?

Many sellers put way too much money into fixing up their homes before listing them for sale. They repair flaws that a buyer might never notice or just won’t pay extra for.

Talk to your agent before making any repairs to weigh the pros and cons with your particular home and your personal situation.