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Go Big or Go Home

You’ve heard of the saying, “Go Big or Go Home”? Well, why not make it “Go Big AND Go Home”? With what we saw happen with this property in Aurora, CO, we can confidently say that Phil, the fix and flipper, pulled out all of the stops in order to make this house a home.


Purchased in mid-summer at $188,500.00, the house was in rough shape. Phil set his budget at $45,000.00 with everything from demo and new paint to new hardwood floors and updated appliances. Due to his keen knowledge of the area and the upper class neighborhoods nearby, he knew he had to bring his A-game, so that he did.

For instance, take a look at this half bath. He completely gutted it and replaced it with a modern, sleek look. He re-textured the walls, put in new floors, and finished it off with a gorgeous new vanity with a drop-in sink. Talk about jaw-dropping.

We move into the kitchen and see that his A-game didn’t stop in the bathroom. Again, he completely gutted it and put in new floors, new tile, new appliances, and new paint. Everything is sparkling and new. Almost too luxurious to cook in, right? No way, this kitchen offers any chef the ability to make scrumptious masterpieces that look as good as the setting they were made in.

The fact of the matter is, Phil took this home from rags to riches. He saw the beauty underneath what was left by the previous owner. And a good thing he did! He ended up selling this house for $330,000.00 after only 4 months of solid work! That’s an incredible payoff and he earned every penny. There is no doubt about it, he went BIG and made this a home.


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