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The DIY Seller

The DIY Seller

Are you a DIY-er?

 I am. I will basically try anything myself. I mean, what’s the worst that can happen? When Pinterest came along, I couldn’t get enough. I still love using it. Curtis, while not on Pinterest, enjoys using the word “pinteresting” to describe motivational posters written in hipster fonts. It’s one of his many dad jokes. Anyway, If we can save money by doing something ourselves, I promise you we will at least do the research and figure out how hard it really is. I even came home one time to C-blo (aka Curtis) watching a YouTube video with the entire dashboard of our car taken off.

When we bought our first house, we DIY’d the heck out of that place:

Paint cabinets:

Re-do the sprinklers:

Demo a couple of walls:

We even figured out how to add overhead lights, although Curtis did install a couple of smoke detectors in the attic just in case his wiring was faulty (true story). Honestly, some of our biggest fights involved him in a 130-degree attic trying to thread a wire through to me down below while I yelled up to him, “It’s impossible, I can’t grab the wire!” (Turns out it wasn’t impossible.) Why? Because we thought we could. Most of the time, it saved us $$. I love knowing that if I wanted to, I could figure out how to do a floral arrangement, install tile or plan an awesome trip.

The DIY mentality is alive and well and has grown exponentially since the internet has become more accessible. (Sorry, taxi driver. I’m riding a Bird Scooter to work. Not because I’m coordinated or have a helmet or know any of the rules, but because I can.) Before the vastness of free information on the web, these were jobs reserved for professionals or the VERY BRAVE. Now, anyone can and will try it. My not-so-handy brother just laid his own hardwood floors, and they look great. Seriously!

We will go to great lengths to save $1000, but when it comes to buying or selling a home, we blindly give up an average of $10,000. That's crazy!

I’m here to tell you that you have options. You can ABSOLUTELY DIY the sale or purchase of a home.

I have been a real estate broker for over 15 years with my masters in real estate, and I am here to be your guide. Follow along as I teach you how to list, sell or buy any home on the market. There are incredible tools at your fingertips, and I want to help you navigate the process. I want to empower you to do it! Or at least let you know you have options. Maybe you’re the type of person who’s willing to rip off the dashboard of your car or install a couple of overhead lights, and you want to know how to get it done.

I’m not going to lie to you — this will take some work. But if you want to save yourself THOUSANDS of dollars and you are willing to put in some elbow grease, we can help you. No one knows your home better than you, and we believe that, with the tools and templates we provide, you can do this.

Join me and our team here at Real Estate Supply Co. as we give you the tools you need to DIY the sale of your home.

We will walk you through the prep before you list all the way to a successful escrow, and we’ll address the challenges that can happen. After 15 years of experience, I have no doubt that you can do it. You might even have fun along the way.

The DIY Buyer

The DIY Buyer

Meet the Suppliers

Meet the Suppliers