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Found 4 blog entries tagged as "home improvement".

In Part 2 of this blog, we provided you with some tips for raising your home's value with a modest investment in improvements. These long-term solutions are meant to help increase what your home is worth now and in the future, when you may decide to sell. In Part 3 we'll show you how an even larger investment can mean even more ROI when you decide to sell. We'll also let you in on what improvements to avoid because they simply won't pay off when you sell you home.

Significant Cost. Significant Effort

Make Smart Decisions About Upgrades
Gadgets that enhance safety and convenience are becoming a must-have for many buyers. This is especially true of the younger and “techier” generations. Replacing existing devices in your home with ‘smart’ ones is

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In Part 1 of this blog, we gave you some ideas about how to raise your home's value for no or little money. These long-term solutions are meant to help increase what your home is worth now and in the future, when you may decide to sell. In Part 2 we'll provide you with even more ideas to make your home worth more by investing a little more into it. These ideas are a little pricier but are intended to deliver a greater ROI in the end.

Medium Cost. A Little More Effort

Add Some Low-Maintenance Landscaping
This one is a great way to improve your curb appeal and save money at the same time. Everybody loves lush shrubs and colorful flowers. Try planting some near your front door. It makes your entrance more attractive and helps entice potential home

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Home value is probably one of the top influencers for both whether or not your home sells, and how much it sells for. By now you probably know you can find your home’s value using Kansas City Homes’ Home Compare tool. But is that where it ends? 

No. Not even close. Once you find out your home’s value you can, and should, do what it takes (within your means) to raise your home’s value. Now we’re not talking a thorough cleaning and a little improvement to your home’s curb appeal for an open house or showing. It should go without saying that you need to keep your lawn mowed, your house clean, and your closets tidy. We’re talking about real changes that fundamentally improve your home and raise its value now and when you sell. Some things you can do aren’t

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Every year, when February 14th rolls around we take the time to show our family and loved ones just how much we care about them. Chocolates, flowers, and cards are tried and true gifts for those we spend the most time with. But what about the one you spend the most time in? That’s right, showing some affection for your home on Valentine’s Day is not only okay… it’s a great idea! After all, home is where the heart is.

1. Bring in Some Bling

Bring in Some Bling

No one’s suggesting you buy your home a tennis bracelet or a ruby ring. But you can still get it something nice to make it look and feel pretty. A new piece of art, fancy end table or a decorative lamp may only be one gift on one day for your home, but you get to admire it all year long.

 

 

2. Spend

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