How Your House Could Be the Next HGTV Fixer Upper

April 14, 2016


It’s a tough housing market out there.  Houses are flying off the shelves quickly.  Many of the potential homeowners I am working with can barely even get a chance to see the house before it’s in contract. 


The homes on the market that are being snatched up so quick are mostly outdated and in need of a remodel per the expectations of many home buyers.  These home buyers want the updated remodels seen on HGTV’s Fixer Upper.  As the hosts of the show say, “They find the worst house in the best neighborhood and turn it into your dream home.” You can do this too!


Renovating or remodeling a house doesn’t have to be difficult and borrowing the money from the bank doesn’t have to be either. 


State Banks Construction Rehab product is an easy and streamlined process that will help you finance the work needed on your new or existing home.  This is different than the commonly known FHA 203k which can be a nightmare to navigate and get closed in a decent amount of time. Our Construction Rehab is an easy process that mirrors conventional loan types and allows the borrower to truly turn their home into a palace.  This loan product will help you to turn your Fixer Upper into your dream home and maybe make you the next HGTV star. 


For more information on rehabbing your home, click here




Zach is a Mortgage Advisor with State Bank in Dublin, OH.  He writes and speaks regularly on personal finance, business development, and leadership.  His focused approach on educating clients through the mortgage process allows him to help hundreds of new homeowners each year. 


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