Planning a Home Improvement Project
Home improvements can add comfort, beauty and value
to your home. Should you commit to a home improvement
plan? Weigh the pros and cons. Can you afford it?
Probably not, but the alternative is waiting until you can
and doing without until then. Many people opt for a home
improvement loan, so they can enjoy their home improvements
while they are paying for them.
Which home improvements will give you the most equity, for
the cost? “Return on Investment,” is the term for what you
will get out of what you put in. ROI is important because
you want to recoup at least the same amount of money you put
into your home when you sell it, or as close as possible.
One of the number one ROI home improvements is a minor
kitchen remodel. Other top projects include a second-story
addition, a bathroom remodel, a bathroom addition, a family
room addition, a master suite addition and a major kitchen
Remember that if you decide on very large improvement
projects you may out build the neighbourhood. In other
words, you will never get your money back because selling
prices in your neighbourhood are too low and people will not
purchase your home for what it is worth.
Now are you ready to do it yourself or should you hire a
contractor? If you can do a professional job then you can
save costs by doing it yourself, but if your job will be
less than professional you can hurt the resale cost of your
home, or hurt yourself. You may also cost yourself extra
money in repairing what you attempted to do, so think this
option over carefully.
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