Make The Most of Your Budget with a Fixer-Upper

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Purchasing a fixer-upper can be a great way to save money on home cost so you can concentrate your efforts on creating your space. If you are a do-it-yourselfer or looking to get into a great neighborhood at a reasonable price, these homes listed by Coldwell Banker Preferred are waiting for your TLC.


Big city living on a budget is for sale at 2518 N 32nd Street in Philadelphia. This three-story, five-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse is listed at $80,000 is ready for renovations. With recent appliance upgrades, bathroom updates, fresh paint and regular maintenance, this home is a little work away from becoming your dream. See it here.

A well-maintained classic Willow Run Cape is waiting for a modern twist at 1504 Faulkland Road in Wilmington, Delaware. This two-bedroom home has one bathroom, a large yard and freshly poured sidewalks, driveway and rear patio. Listed at $115,000, its recent upgrades include energy efficient doors and double hung replacement windows, ceiling fans and new flooring. See its potential here.

A great starter home at a fantastic value is just waiting for a family to move in this Hatboro bungalow located at 1708 Willow Ave. Priced at $160,000, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom home has a covered front porch and fenced-in backyard and inside, a open floor plan. The basement is partially finished as a family room and bar with plenty of possibilities. See it here.

A delightful home in need of a little TLC is located in the Wethersfield section of Lansdale, PA at 100 Somerset Court. An incredible dramatic two-story entrance is the first of many welcoming features including a wood-burning fireplace and rear deck. With three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, this $224,900 is priced to sell. See it now.

Begin your home search today at cbpref.com.

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