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Can A Home Renovation Increase Home Value?

Homeowners often wonder whether their remodeling efforts will be worth the investment when it comes time to sell their home. In this article, we will review what types of remodels will pay off, and which will be enjoyed in the time the homeowner...

Tips For Preparing For A Kitchen Remodel

Having your kitchen remodeled can be an exciting time. The downside to a kitchen remodel is that it can be an inconvenience as the kitchen is the heart of the home. Here are a few tips to make this process easier for you and your family: Remove...

What Are The Top Kitchen Remodeling Trends?

  Kitchen remodeling trends come and go.   When planning your kitchen remodel, consider your lifestyle and how long you plan to live in the home.  Is it a starter home that you plan to live in for less than 5 years that will...

What Is A 203k Home Loan?

If you plan on buying a fixer upper house, then a 203k loan may be the right choice for you. Traditional loans may not give you enough money to cover the repairs that are needed for your home. There are two different types of 203k loans. One is a...

Detroit Build Partners with Habitat for Humanity

Many of the projects Detroit Build encounters have building materials that will be upgraded for the aesthetic purposes of the client's tastes. Rather than completely demolishing and sending these old materials to local landfills, Detroit Build...

Detroit Build Uses Reclaimed Wood from Detroit

Detroit Build is using reclaimed wood from homes torn down in Detroit: Our client Kelly, wanted the contemporary look of a loft style sliding door for the entrance of her new master bedroom, but she also wanted to bring in a rustic flair. We...

Detroit Build in the Detroit Free Press!

"The 203K really helped us out," he said. "We could make the house like we wanted it." When Brian and Traci Montpas bought their bank-owned house in Flushing last spring, it had been vacant more thana year. Flooring and copper...