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Tuscany Reserve Real Estate Sales Report in February 2016

If there are renovations you want to do to your house before you sell it, think twice.  There are jobs that we have seen done by homeowners that on the surface seem like a no brainer, but then when they are finished were probably better off not done at all.  Any projects that have the potential to look homemade and unprofessional not only won’t bring you more money in the sale of your house, but you will lose more than if it was done right.  The DiMora Team are real estate experts in the Novi and Northville neighborhoods and we have seen Buyers who view a house with a sloppy paint job, moldings that don’t match up, flooring that wasn’t laid correctly or patios that are loose and wavy and soon they start deducting big bucks from the asking price.  They are keeping in the back of their minds how much it will cost to undo the amateur renovations that were done.  Plus if you have tackled projects that required permits that were not obtained, you could face penalties when trying to obtain a certificate of occupancy from your municipality.  Check out below to see what sold in Tuscany Reserve in February 2016:

49098 Venito Drive, Novi:  5 bedrooms, 3.2 bathrooms, 5,129 sq. feet, 4 car garage, Sold Price:  $1,500,000
Tuscany Reserve Home Sold
February 2016

Be smart and don’t allow good intentions and hard work to lower your bottom line price on your house instead of adding to it.  For more information on Tuscany Reserve, or similar Northville or Novi neighborhoods such as Stonewater, Steeplechase and Bellagio contact The DiMora Team today at 248-505-7728 or


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