You've purchased that quick-flip property. Now it's time to get the most out of your investment. Real estate players rely on timing, negotiating skills and research to acquire properties that will return a profit. The property you purchase doesn't have to be the property you sell, however. Minor property upgrades can pay for themselves and then some. From the unsightly material clinging to your 60s-era ceiling to the stale air in the living room, minor problems can turn away potential buyers and reduce your profit margin.
A little elbow grease can turn a trouble-ridden property into a hot sell. Try these upgrades if you're looking to add quick value to your real estate investment.