Owning and maintaining a home in Calgary costs money. There are the routine maintenance items, like re-staining your deck or making repairs to a leaky shower. Then there are the upgrades or changes homeowners make simply out of personal preference.
You may think an improvement is fantastic but, a buyer could be unimpressed and unwilling to factor the upgrade into the purchase price. Homeowners need to be careful with how they choose to spend their money if they are expecting these investments to pay off. If you’re doing any renovations or upgrades to your home, it’s important to make sure you’ll get back the money you’ve spent when it’s time to sell your home.
Forbes magazine listed 6 things that homeowners think add value to their home-but really don’t.
1. Swimming Pools – especially in Calgary! A pool is more often considered a liability than an asset. If you love to swim, move to…
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