Ugliest House Of The Year

Ugliest House Of The Year

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Bernardo Mazzucco of Orlando, FL., bought the Ugliest House of the Year.

The place was in bad shape when Bernardo paid cash for the opportunity to bring back its potential. He said the house was full of animals, bugs, urine, feces, dog hair, and the yard was wildly overgrown!

After a series of trips to the dumpster and quite a bit of hard work, he produced a home makeover worthy of national attention!

Bernardo loves renovating ugly houses. “It feels like bringing them back to a functional use … (we) can be part of the process of (revitalizing) communities,” he said. 

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Each year, HomeVestors®, the original We Buy Ugly Houses® company, asks America to vote for The Ugliest House of the Year®. The contest is an opportunity to showcase some of the incredible work our local, independently owned, and operated homebuyers do to beautify neglected and damaged houses.

Our members pour hours of hard work into homes that few would buy, and they turn them into beautiful properties any person would be fortunate to call home. Bernardo Mazzucco was one of two finalists for whom people around the country cast their votes.

Mazzucco and his runner-up, Scott Merchant of Boston, bested the buyers of nearly 10,000 houses purchased in 2021.