Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: September, 2019

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September 2019

Found 3 blog entries for September 2019.

Property Taxes for New Home Buyers: What to KnowProperty taxes are a part of homeownership. In many communities, property taxes are an important source of revenue that pay for services like schools and roads. While property taxes themselves are somewhat ubiquitous, homeowners can have different experiences with property taxes.

The amount paid varies by house and the rate varies by community. In addition, some homeowners pay for their property taxes when they make their monthly mortgage payment as part of a conventional mortgage. Others must pay their property taxes separately.

It's hard to know what to expect when you're buying your first home, but it's important to be prepared for property taxes. Property taxes must be paid, or a lien could be placed on the home. If you're buying your first

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Bathroom Upgrades that Can Improve Your Home's ValueHome buyers love comfortable, attractive bathrooms. There are many bathroom upgrades that can improve your home's value. If you're a homeowner who would like to make your home more attractive to buyers, now is the time to start on a bathroom renovation. Working with a licensed contractor and installing the right bathroom features can boost your home's value. Here's what you need to know.

1. Install Pedestal Bathtub

For many years, the types of bathtubs that homeowners installed were called alcove bathtubs. Alcove bathtubs have three enclosed sides and one side that is open for the user. In the last few years, pedestal bathtubs have become far more popular. Also known as freestanding bathtubs, pedestal bathtubs are open on all sides, like a giant

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Which Kitchen Renovations Net the Best Returns?The kitchen has some of the more noteworthy features of the home, making it one of the more interesting areas to explore for homebuyers. Owners who want to spruce up their kitchen now in hopes of selling it for a higher price later may want to conserve their budgets by focusing only on the renovations that net the highest returns.

A Rule of Thumb

Every buyer will have their own idea of what makes a kitchen valuable, and these priorities can change based on everything from age demographic to yearly income. However, when experts boil the market down to its fundamental basics, they find that larger kitchen remodels are not worth their high price tag. Homeowners should instead opt for minor remodels if they're looking for a high ROI.

Appliances

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