This past fall, I drove by this house in Alabaster and couldn't stop thinking about it. I had heard from the neighbor that it had been rented, but that the owner was very frustrated with the situation. He was the original owner of the home and had made the decision to rent it when he and his wife moved out a few years ago. I decided to mail them a letter to ask if they would be interested in selling it. They were, and it felt like a big win-win for all involved!
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Once you get your house hunt on, you’ll undoubtedly start hearing lots of terms getting thrown around. From “pre-approval” to “closing costs”, it can be tough to suss out exactly what all of these things mean, especially if it’s your first time looking for a home. This time, we’re tackling "curb appeal." Everyone kinda gets it, but really, uh...what is it? No matter if you’re just starting out or have been on the market for a bit, sometimes a little clarity can go a long way.
Our plans for the first phase of demo in our airstream was to remove the couch, carpet, and the kitchen appliances & cabinets that required repair/replacement. The couch was super snug in its place and difficult to remove, but I couldn't wait to get it out so it was the first to go! Big couch, small airstream door. We were thankful that the legs were removable! It came close to getting the chainsaw. The carpet came out easily, and we were able to salvage most of the cabinetry