Quick Financial Fact: ROI of Home Projects

The ROI (return on investment) will be different for every upgrade or renovation you choose for your home. Not surprisingly, major renovations will almost always yield a much lower ROI

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A Note on Home Renovations

When it comes to home renovations, it’s a hard and fast rule that larger renovations yield a much lower ROI than smaller budget renovations. For instance, a minor kitchen remodel

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Home Remodeling ROI

More and more of our clients are expressing interest in purchasing homes in need of remodeling. Some may like the thrill of making a space theirs, while others believe it’s

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Tapping Into Home Equity is Making a Comeback

Home prices are inching up and it could be what’s making homeowners comfortable with the idea of cashing in on some of their equity. Cash-out mortgage refinancing and home-equity lines

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Is Your Home Near One of These Stores?

Is a new Trader Joes or WholeFoods moving into your neighborhood?  Then you are in luck!  Not only is it great to shop at them, but data reveals they can

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Sellers are holding all the cards this Spring Home Buying Season:

President’s Day marks the beginning of the important Spring Home Buying Season and Monday’s open to the season has the Sellers sitting pretty. Buyers that try low ball offers or waiting

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Home Builders Remain Optimistic

A monthly survey of builder sentiment held steady in January. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) stands at 60, in positive territory, and well above 50

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Nearly all young renters want to own a home, even if many are also pessimistic that economic conditions will allow them to, finds a new survey by the National Association

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