Many of our clients come to BOWA when they are in the process of purchasing a new home or condo. They have found that during a purchase consultation, our luxury remodeling experts can help to quickly evaluate properties for opportunities and limitations, provide home inspection report analysis, and develop realistic project plans tackling everything at once or addressing top priorities first.
Great Falls, VA
Chevy Chase, MD
HOW WE CAN HELP
Perhaps you love the property, the neighborhood and some aspects of the house, but it doesn’t quite meet your family’s needs. Before you make any decisions, let a BOWA Design Professional assist with a Purchase Consultation.
“Just a note to let you know we closed on the house… Thank you again for your time in helping us figure out the right place for us.”Purchase Evaluations: If you’re thinking about making an offer on a house or condo that requires a renovation before it can meet your needs, we can help you with that decision. Our Project Leaders will meet you at the property to help evaluate whether a renovation or addition can fit within the guidelines of building codes, zoning rules, and homeowner association limitations; meet your needs that are missing from the property; and be constructed within your budget goals.
Home Inspection Report Analysis: Our experts will review your home inspection report with you to guide you on the costs and difficulties associated with identified issues. Our experience and knowledge have shown us that many of the items deemed “red flags” to buyers, are many times easily remedied during an otherwise planned renovation. Our team can help you sort through these decisions.
Realistic Project Planning: If you decide to move forward, we can work with you to identify priorities and develop a master construction plan, which will accomplish your goals with a manageable budget and timeline. Over the years, we have found that many clients appreciate a phased approach to construction, which focuses first on top priorities, and allows them to begin enjoying their new home as secondary priorities are addressed or planned for in the future.