You don’t need a new year to decide to break bad habits. Bad habits are behaviors that affect your personal life and wreak havoc on your finances. If you’re a homeowner, your home is your biggest financial asset (most likely). When it comes time to sell, it’s easy to fall into some bad habits that will undoubtedly cost you some of your equity. Let’s break these habits and look at better options to make you more money. Continue reading 7 Bad Habits Sellers Should Break for Bigger Profits→
How to maximize your return on investment with a limited budget
Ocean waves, a warm breeze, and a beautiful sunset. This is where I found myself this week as I fearlessly remodeled a beachfront condo in the heart of Florida’s gulf coast prior to my clients’ Thanksgiving family vacation. This was no normal design remodel, or as I like to call it a reno-do. This was unique.
Think of a time when you were a guest in someone’s home. What were the things that you appreciated? What were the things that you didn’t like? Use your experience and our checklist to optimize your home for company.
Adding a garage will not only keep your car safe but will also add additional space to your home. Plan your garage addition carefully so that you can take advantage of this addition, and ensure that the project itself will be a successful one.
So you’ve finally decided to remodel your kitchen. It’s easy to see why it took time to decide. A kitchen remodeling project is a significant investment. On average, a minor kitchen remodel costs $19,226 while a major kitchen remodel project costs $56,768.