There are a number of ways to finance your home improvement project.
Which one you choose will depend on many variables, such as the extent of the home improvements you need or want to do and the money you have available to pay for the improvements.
A 2015 study conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling found that about one in four U.S. adults – most of them between the ages of 18 and 34 – miss paying their bills on time.
While the study doesn’t go into details about why these individuals missed their payments, it’s a good bet that organization…or rather the lack of organization…played a part.
Termites are every homeowner’s nightmare.
These nasty little wood-eating creatures cause billions of dollars in property damage each year and are found in 49 out of 50 states!
While we may be living in smart homes, with robot vacuums and Alexa keeping us fed with grocery deliveries, most of us don’t have a housekeeper on staff…at least full time.
Which means, of course, that it’s up to us if we want to keep our homes…and ourselves…neat and clean.
have a home in need of renovations, a limited budget and a defined timeline. To
get the most from your money within the constraints of your schedule, you need
to plan and coordinate. After all, not every renovation is worth the
investment, and it’s best to take a strategic approach to your projects.