I asked a realtor why no one ever posts pictures of inside the garage. He told me because in most cases it isn't a selling point and most people are not interested in the garage. "I could post hundreds of pictures of all around and inside a house but I don't. You don't want to show every inch of a house. You want buyers to schedule a showing to see the rest. If they see anything they don't like in the pictures they could dismiss the home before viewing it. Garages typically do not photograph well, alot of the times messy or unfinished, or not up to code. You don't want to put that out on the internet."Redfin for car guys. Only garage and basement pics. Makes one sentence mention of remaining house features.
yeah when I was selling my house it hurt me a little to jam pack the garage with stuff from the house. The large 1 car had its own sub panel, multiple 110v and 240v outlets, 6 4ft led converted lamps and was spotless white.If I list a home with a nice, clean garage, I post pics. Most recent home I listed was full of storage, covered motorcycles, was a mess and had ashtrays and Harley posters all over. It's tough to find a good photo angle for that.
Good questions to ask actually. Thanks for the heads up!Ohhh I’d walk from that. I’m Not a fan of the steep slope almost vertical shingles on any house. My sister had a house with them and it had water issues all the time and had to have the entire roof torn off and redone. Turns out most shingles are not designed to be installed on a steep slope. Hopefully these are the correct shingles and installed correctly.
yeah I’d just make absolute sure they are good. My sister ended up paying a roofer to tear off and reinstall their steep slopes roof sections. I think they have to use additional nails on the shingles and an adhesive. good luck! I love the look of that driveway and garage. Let us know how the garage looks.Good questions to ask actually. Thanks for the heads up!
Here is a good read on what’s going on with the housing market, long read but good info.