Let’s get back on topic. How are those projects doing? Here’s a brief rundown.
We are waiting on getting it repainted, since there’s a buyer who is interested, and we said we’d paint it whatever color she wanted. Just waiting on another house to sell. Typical!
It’s on the home stretch! Anita has just about wrestled the shed/apartment to the ground (and a dirty job it was!), and she just found out that the carpet in the main house can be installed tomorrow. That’s good news.
Other than that, the house needs some fake rock installed in the front and the stairs painted dark brown (that will be last). We’re waiting for our contractor to finish another job before that can be done, but since the other job is near Bobcat, we pester him about it when we drive by. Once that’s done, Taylor Homestead will be ready to go officially on the market. Let’s hope it is this week!
We also have someone quite interested in it. Let’s send out positive thoughts. Those work, right?
Meadow Arbor 2
Poor Frank’s had some surgery, so it’s waiting on some tiny things. We were also waiting for some professional photographs, but they didn’t turn out too great. The plan is to put it on the market really soon, too.
Oh, when will this be done? Russell is project managing this one, and he’s making progress, it’s just slow. The good news is that the neighborhood is really looking better, and the prospects of a profit are now improved, even though we are still remedying some of the poor job done on the original renovation. We think we have someone to reliably mow the lawn, though, which is a relief. We don’t want to put in the HVAC until the last minute, so that’s still left.
My sister made it to Texas, and all her stuff is in the house. She isn’t in it, though, because we found so much damage in the bathroom that we’re completely re-doing it. The new tub was bigger than the old one, so it was fun to squeeze in (just kidding, it was no fun for the guy doing it!). By tomorrow it should have the toilet, vanity, and tile in, then just grout will be needed, and Canova can actually move in!
That’s a lot of houses to try to sell or finish up on. Let’s hope we get some success! We want to start some new projects, as you might imagine. We do have a couple of people interested in partnering with us, so we’ll fill you in on that when there’s more to tell.