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Male: Steve and Kim Busheff are renovating there entire house from top to bottom, they’re still working on the basement but the rest of there house is finally finish. Steve Busheff: It’s been a little crazy I mean actually a little bit crazy that I anticipate it. Male: They give themselves a six week deadline to finish, so far they have transform there kitchen in a gourmet cooking space. They spend $12,000 on new maple cabinets, $4,000 for granite counter tops and $35,000 for new hardwood floors throughout. And now they’re moving in to there new master suit. The couple budgeted $60,000 for the entire remodel. Kim Busheff: You’re always over budget behind schedule. Male: They dedicated $10,000 of there budget to expand there master bedroom in that by doing much of the worm themselves and by making smart decisions they were able to save money like keeping the bathrooms original flooring. Her $500 they found the similar porcelain tile for the shower. And they got a deal on designer vanities and vessel sinks for $500 each. Kim Busheff: They went online and they found the great product that look like a reclaim the piece for furniture but for the cost it was great. Male: They spends another grand on a jetted tub, in the master suit they also got additional square footage in extra closet space. Steve Busheff: So now we really have more classic space which I think we need. My wife may see different. Male: Now real estate broker Bryon Horvath is back to see the results. Bryon Horvath: Wow this is great. Steve Busheff: It’s fantastic. Female: Look at all this it’s a new space, can you believe it? Bryon Horvath: No I can’t, what a difference. Male: In place of the 70’s style bedroom and bath Kim and Steve now have a spacious masters suit with plenty of closet space. Female: These guys were talking about doing a walk in closet initially but they decided to do a standard closet. Bryon Horvath: Perfect. Female: And I think that was pretty cool, isn’t it? Bryon Horvath: Perfect. Female: So we’ve got all that space and that was the bath room. Bryon Horvath: It’s beautiful. Female: Thanks for having you guys. Bryon Horvath: They illuminated the 1970’s. Female: Yes. Bryon Horvath: This is great. Male: Along with the update, Kim uses the few tricks to make the bathroom feel bigger. Female: I love how that picture count is and artwork that really draws the eye up and I feel like I mean a much bigger space eventually any footage in here. Male: In all the Busheff spent $5600 on the master bedroom and bath, a dining room came in 6 gram but the biggest expense by far was the kitchen that’s $24,000. The total cost for the entire remodel $66,000 just $6000 over there original budget but with the work they have done so far have they made any money. Female: You advice the house at 317. Bryon Horvath: That correct. Female: Okay to begin with, so once the whole entire house is done what do you think is going to go for? Bryan Horvath: Approximately 400,000. Steve Busheff: Wow that’s great. Male: That’s an equity boost of $83,000 after expenses the Busheff make a $17,000 gain in profit. Female: I think that’s awesome. Bryon Horvath: It’s great and I think it help because they the lot of work themselves. Male: Not only did they make money, Steve and Kim turn this fix to offer into a beautiful new home. Steve Busheff: From the beginning we did have this vision to this play and to be honest with you what I look at like the master bedroom that’s done and the bath it almost looks exactly the way I wanted you know in my mind.
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