Preventative maintenance is the key to reducing the risk of costly home repairs. You can prevent spending a fortune on home repairs if you regularly maintain your home. This will also ensure that your home is safe, looks nice, and that you’re maximizing the space’s value.
Guest Blogger: Vicky Clary
Selling a home for the best price possible is never easy. As the housing market struggles to recover from the catastrophe of 2008, people are finally beginning to become optimistic. They are more optimistic about the money they can get for their homes. Whether homeowners are looking to recover as much as possible from their underwater investment or if they are trying to make some money on their home, determining what home renovations can be done to help increase your homes value is a common quest. Read More
Home remodeling projects can oftentimes be overwhelming with the amount of details that make up the project. Many people struggle with what you want versus what you can afford with home projects. How do you allocate your money for the project? Should you spend more money on appliances and less on flooring and counter tops? If you buy the high end bath tub you really want, can you save money elsewhere on the project. And if you save money, will you still be within your budget? These types of questions are ones that many homeowners struggle with in seeing various aspects of the project big picture. We have some help as we look at DIY projects tip 5, shopping analysis and sharing. Read More
Budgets, priorities, and time always seem to get in the way of your project ideas. You probably want to get them all done, now or at least in the next 6 – 12 months. But reality sometimes sets in. And all your ideas have to be planned out in terms of priorities, what you need to do now. Reviewing budgets, what you can afford to do now. And time, when you can do them. It is challenging sometimes to manage getting around to getting your projects started and completed. Home projects also tend to get prioritized against all those other things in life, like vacations, cars, education, kids sports, etc. Now we talk about DIY projects tip 2, following the money.
The project planning page in HomeZada is a quick and easy way to see all your wish list projects in one place. In this section of HomeZada, you can learn to space out the projects over months and years for better project management. You can also assign and give yourself quick estimates to help with the financial planning process. All projects require money or time. Sometimes money is lower because some homeowners can perform the tasks themselves. Some couples use HomeZada’s home improvement features to get on the same page in regards to priorities of projects. Which project will start first, how much will it costs and how long will it take to complete the project
This short video shows you how to easily manage all your projects.