The easiest and cheapest way to turn around your rental property is by painting it. Giving a brand new-ish type of feeling to the tenant, making them feel like that they’ve just bought a brand new apartment. Now the same everything you do in the apartment you intent to
Selecting the right paint
As far as it’s about selecting the paints. Focus on semi-gloss that don’t look painfully cheap and are durable. You don’t wanna go around every year to paint that place draining your account and causing unnecessary problems to the tenants. Remember how we discussed not going in personal on the choices? Keeping up with that policy, avoid flashy colors and go for neutrals. Like your dad would’ve done with his place (yep among others things, he was right here too).
Presentation wise, your apartment should give the feeling of clean and working. Especially keep this in mind when working with kitchens and bathrooms. If you want to lend your place soon, during your renovation think of tenants as home buyers.
Painting with the right colors
Now let’s get down to the real stuff, what colors you should pick? For rooms and halls, go with warm white that says, “
Then let’s focus on the high traffic rooms, the kitchens, and bathrooms. Here, go for High/semi-gloss paints as higher the shine, the easier to maintain. For kitchen don’t go for light colors as stains
Now, that’s about getting an idea. For painting, as long as you don’t paint
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