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2/07/2016 8:26 am  #1


4 renovations that could decrease your home’s value

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2/07/2016 10:31 am  #2


Re: 4 renovations that could decrease your home’s value

This post is full of excellent advice.  Homeowners should remember too that in homes today what might be considered a bedroom by one owner will be a home office for another.  There are other uses for a room in a house other than sleeping quarters.  But owners must be aware also that what is changed might need to be reversed to place the home on the market or be forced to accept a lower price.  If you watch any of the "home" shows on HGTV you'll see examples of really dumb stuff people do to their houses, some making the home almost unmarketable. It's your property to do as you please, yes, but to be a marketable one be careful of major changes.

 

2/07/2016 10:49 am  #3


Re: 4 renovations that could decrease your home’s value

ALWAYS fix the Sink First ! 

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2/07/2016 1:29 pm  #4


Re: 4 renovations that could decrease your home’s value

To add value, add a bathroom.

Especially on any level which does not presently have one.


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2/07/2016 2:58 pm  #5


Re: 4 renovations that could decrease your home’s value

Tarnation wrote:

To add value, add a bathroom.

Especially on any level which does not presently have one.

Absolutely. You can't have enough when buyers are looking.


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