Rossi explained that the debate between Tampa remodel and outright move needs to begin with a question like, “How do I feel about the neighborhood and neighbors?” If the neighborhood is one you like, the neighbors really are friendly and the schools are fantastic, it is probably a good idea to consider a remodeling job to improve the current home.
The second question must always deal with the house itself and any unique attributes it may have over any other options in the Tampa market. Not all houses have a significance beyond a roof and four walls, but other homes do have some type of “wow” factor. It may be design, a great architect or history that nobody really expected. If the home is special, try to spare it being knocked-down by someone looking to build another small mansion.
Rossi went on to explain that all home owners should consider finances when determining if a Tampa remodeling project will make sense. A home owner needs to consider the cost of the project, potential additional costs and even the possibility that a home owner will need to rent alternative housing if the work is extensive.
The final factor any home owner needs to consider when reviewing his or her options for a remodeling project versus a move is the house itself. Does the home have good bones? If the home is under ten years old but the foundation is falling apart, it is most likely time to consider a move.
Rossi finished by explaining that patience is the key personality trait any home owner needs when he or she is determining the best options for their family. Patience will allow a home owner to determine the best place to begin.
Rossi Construction, Inc. is a general contractor based in Tampa, Florida. Rossi Construction, Inc. specializes in all types of local residential ann commercial construction. Rossi Construction, Inc. works in both Tampa, Florida and St. Petersburg, Florida. Rossi Construction, Inc. has been building excellence by design since 1979 and can be found online by visiting http://www.jrossiconstruction.com.