A remodel changes the dynamics of a store. Depending on the extent of the project (typically an investment of millions of dollars), the resulting change is often a dramatic new look, increased square footage, expanded categories, added personnel the list goes on. Its enough of a disruption of whats considered normal for even a seasoned produce manager to throw in the towel. Its exactly this person, the seasoned produce manager, who is needed to make the remodel a success.
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Considering a remodel? Put yourself first, not the payback value
Voters approved the million dollar plan in 2008. BARTLESVILLE, Oklahoma – Property owners in downtown Bartlesville are wondering why a remodeling project is five years past due. Voters approved the million dollar plan in 2008 but it hasn’t even been started. “We own the property and the building right back here, it’s called the M&M Building which is currently occupied by Jay’s Automotive,” said Joel Rabin. Joel Rabin owns two pieces of property in downtown Bartlesville. Both sit along a tree lined street just a commercial glass replacement Houston few blocks from the picturesque downtown.
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Bartlesville Business Frustrated Over Downtown Remodel Progress
And even if you do find such a buyer, you might get just a few hundred dollars more for the house than you would have without the sound system. The payback on remodeling is notoriously tricky to calculate, so here’s the No. 1 rule to remember: Undertake a project only if you’re planning to stay in the house for some time — preferably at least a couple of years. Don’t start major work for the sake of trying to increase resale value, because the truth is that few if any big remodeling projects will even let you recoup your investment, let alone make money on it. (That’s why house flippers focus on minor cosmetic projects: bigger bang for the buck.) [ Think it’s time to remodel your home?
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Gorgeous Kitchen Remodel on a Low Budget
They also added some clever touches like an accordion door for hiding countertop appliances such as the blender and toaster, and an adorable dog feeding station for their pooch. The end result is a crisp, beautiful kitchen in shades of blue and white that fits perfectly with the style and tone of their home while also being totally fun to be in. Finally, they can bring guests over without feeling awkward about the kitchen, and they have a great workspace to cook lots of happy family meals in. And, of course, their clever remodel adds value to their home, which makes it a win-win for basically everyone.
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