It’s easy to focus on the big picture elements of flipping a house, things like financing the venture, timing to get in and out of the project, setting priorities, and tending to major cosmetic improvements. However, once all of the projects have been completed, there’s one more step you don’t want to skip before listing a house: cleaning it.
Cleaning a Flipped Home
No matter how nice a new coat of paint or a batch of fresh flooring might look, it’s not going to wow anyone if it’s covered in filth and clutter. But if you just start cleaning everything as if it’s your own home, you could spend days and even weeks of precious house-flipping time in the process. That’s why, as with all things, flipping a home typically features a shift in priorities compared to the typical home improvement projects and checklists you might expect to see in your own living space.
It’s always a good idea before cleaning to come up with a reasonable, balanced plan that will maximize your efforts and provide the greatest house-flipping effect possible. Here’s a list of some basic spring cleaning things to make sure you’ve checked off before you put that