The question is: buying a home that needs renovations or one ready to move in? It is one of the first thoughts when deciding to purchase a home. There is no simple answer: it all depends on the budget, the reform required or the necessity to move in as soon as possible....continue reading "Buying a Home that Needs Renovation: How to Calculate If It’s Worth It"
In recent decades, the Spanish real estate stock has aged. More than 40% of second-hand housing is over 40 years old currently. That implies there are too many buildings without any energy efficiency criteria. Reversing this situation, and offering aid to rehabilitate homes, is the goal of an item included in the NextGenerationEU funds for Recovery....continue reading "Grants 2022 for Housing Renovation: This Is What You Can Do With the NextGenerationEU Funds"
Families grow, needs change, and housing preferences evolve, much more under current circumstances. When that time comes, we may wonder between renovating or move to a new home. The decision is complicated, and it will always depend on personal circumstances and the real estate market....continue reading "The Big Question: Is it Better to Reform or Move to a New Home?"
Reforming the bathroom is something that sooner or later must get done. Installations have a useful life, and it is essential to replace them over time. Besides, trends in decoration also play a role in this room.
But renovating the bathroom can mean a significant expense, so you'd better take care of the design and planning. There may be an option to save some costs. However, in some elements, it is convenient not to skimp on the reform. In which ones?
This beautiful apartment mixes industrial style with Scandinavian touches and classic design. The whole renovation project of this Barcelona dwelling was made by Dröm Living.