According to research conducted by Remodeling.net – the average garage door remodel costs about $3,470, with a resale value of $3,411. That means for remodeling your garage door you can expect to recoup 98.3% of the cost. This simple update to the façade of your home provides a significant value both aesthetically and monetarily. This value-add for homes has continued to increase over the years . In the real estate investment business, as well has the personal home remodeling industry, you can’t go wrong on spending money to upgrade your garage door. Here are a few tips to get the most value for your money.
A backyard is a magical extension of your home. It’s a place to gather, relax, and make memories. It’s your own patch of land that the rest of the world can’t touch. American minister Russell Conwell claims, “You can journey to the end of the earth in search of success, but if you’re lucky, you will discover happiness in your backyard.” Pulling weeds and cleaning up is one thing, but bringing life and wonder to it takes serious time and thought. It’s hard work to beautify a backyard, but it is definitely worth it.
Good interior designers and homeowners want each room to tell a story. If you ask me, the bathroom is no exception. This small, but popular room is often overlooked. Just because you do your business there, it doesn’t mean the bathroom can’t be a relaxing retreat, or an energizing environment.
Short-Term Rental Impact Airbnb is one of the best-known short-term rental companies, and there has been a lot of research into how their prices affect the housing market around them. Airbnb frequently gets a bad rap from the neighbors, from the perception that it...
Uncontrollable financial hits during a build project don’t have to throw you for a loop.
Kitchen Design: A Little Bit of Light and Magic Makes All the Difference The kitchen is a gathering place – a place of homemade bread, cookies, and memories. At first glance, you might not think much of it, such a simple place in a home, one filled with endless...
There are two trains of thought when it comes to rehabbing a house, and there are successful real estate investors on both sides.
So, here is the first side. Be creative, use your imagination, be free, try new ideas. “Help the rehab capture a story that the pictures can tell”, Do not be afraid to question what other have done before you.
Here is the other side: Copy, Paste, Copy, Paste. What have others done that has sold and copy it. Do not reinvent the wheel.
It may be hard to imagine at this point in the year, but spring is coming to Colorado, and soon we’ll be looking at more cracks. As anyone who has been around concrete knows: concrete = cracks. Concrete expands and contracts over time and moisture and changing...
Boomerang Capital's Rob Jafek shares his thoughts on making your listing more attractive to buyers. His comments were collected with a dozen of his fellow members of the Forbes Real Estate Council as quoted below. The article is as follows: The real estate market is...
Boomers are at the end of their residential real estate years, and Millennials are just getting started. But what Boomers have built isn’t what Millennials want, but the locations are. See why there’s a big job for rehabbers over the coming years.
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