CASE STUDIES

A Few Examples of Our Fine Work 

The Type of Restructuring

After processing your new property, renovation is the second key element for the success of the real estate purchased. The next process would be to determine the intended use of the property, whether it be for sale or rent and which strategy to pursue to complete the project and objective of the real estate purchased.

After determining the intended use, it is necessary to prepare a detailed list of the work to be completed and the budget, taking into account that the work contingencies are on the agenda.

It is very important to consider what the building requires according to the style of house/property and the surrounding areas such as, landscape and the neighborhood. Too much over improvement can lead to economic loss therefore, getting caught up in personal factors such as taste or excessive meticulousness in detail has to be considered.  The buyer might not necessarily share our tastes.