Original article by Gina Pogol, The Mortgage Reports
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Home upgrades can result in more enjoyment and pride as a homeowner.
But some home improvements are more valuable than others. A project should look great and offer a solid return on investment (ROI).
While ROI is not the only factor, it is worth considering. Some “upgrades” can actually decrease your home’s value. For instance, an outdoor swimming pool does not appeal to buyers in many areas of the country.
Think about your home’s future buyer, even if you don’t plan to sell right now. What would make them want to buy your home?
If your project appeals to you and future owners, it’s a good sign that you have planned a high-ROI project…
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