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Owning a home has numerous benefits, but it also comes with big responsibility. After all, you did put a sizable chunk of money into buying your property. As a result, you should do whatever possible to protect your investment.
If anything, it’s the responsible thing to do. But did you know that you can also improve the property, potentially increasing its value as a result? Simple improvements like laying new mulch or painting old trim can breathe new life into a home.
Not only do these minor things improve curb appeal (giving your neighbors a reason to be green with envy), but doing enough of these things can force the value of your home upward.
Although there are countless ways to boost (or hurt) a home’s value, we’ll cover some of the most basic ones to help you make the most of your investment. Additionally, we’ll cover topics unrelated to improvements that you should know about.
These range from how to get insurance to pay for your roof to why you should use cedar mulch in your landscaping beds. We’re sure that even if you weren’t looking for anything specific, you’ll leave having learned something.
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When it comes to homeownership, we can’t cover everything. There are thousands, if not millions, of articles that we could potentially write about. We’ve hand-picked some of the commonly-discussed topics to help our readers in their quest for knowledge.
Once you buy a home, we find owners fall into two categories: letting it fall into disrepair or improving everything possible. We get why either scenario happens, but we love real estate, so we like you to fall into the latter category.
If this describes you, we hope that our guides have taught you something. While it’s our goal to be a leader in the real estate content space, we realize it’s impossible to cover everything. Will we get there someday? Hopefully. But for now, read our complete guides on popular topics.