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A fixer-upper can be a great deal or a money pit. The right agent can help you identify which opportunity makes sense for your budget, risk tolerance, and skill level. An agent who specializes in fixer-uppers understands the appropriate market price discount, can provide a view as to general repair costs, and can recommend qualified service providers such as architects, contractors, and engineers. The following agents have distinguished themselves as fixer-upper specialists.

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  • Having consulted on the renovation of townhouses and having renovated and restored my own landmark townhouse, I understand the challenges fixer-uppers present.
    Thomas Wexler
    8 client reviews
  • Recommended agent for fixer-uppers
    Michael Rosenblum
    8 client reviews
  • Recommended agent for fixer-uppers
    Susan Forrest Reynolds
    9 client reviews
  • Recommended agent for fixer-uppers.
    Julia Boland
    7 client reviews
  • As a hobby "renovator," I have renovated many homes all over the world, including Sweden, Ireland, Long Island and Utah. When I bought my first apartment in NYC, I realized that renovating an apartment here is unlike anywhere else. There are more permits, rules, regulations than anywhere else and the cost is much greater. I learned from my own renovation experience the best way to navigate the renovation process, from hiring the right professionals (General Contractor, Architect, etc) to executing the project.
    Maria Wall
    9 client reviews