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3 Smart Home Improvements

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Budgeting is an important life skill, but as a homeowner or renter, there are some things you shouldn’t compromise on. Here are some investments that are worth spending more on now, to save you money down the road.


Poorly constructed furniture will wear out quickly and repurchasing broken pieces can actually end up costing more than buying higher quality furniture from the start. Make sure your furniture essentials, such as your mattress, bed frame, couch, dining table, and chairs are sturdy enough to last for years.


If you’re having work done, make sure it’s done right. Ask your friends and neighbors for recommendations, check reviews, and make sure the company you choose has a proven record of quality craftsmanship.


Bargain paint isn’t always the deal it’s made out to be. The savings you net per can may actually be lost as you require more layers of paint to get the job done. Higher quality paint often goes on more smoothly and evenly, meaning less aggravation and better results. It will also typically stand up to more wear and tear, meaning your paint job will last longer than a bargain paint option.

If you have other questions on the best bang for your buck when it comes to real estate investment projects please give us a call at 307-635-0303 to speak to one of our top realtors!

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2 Responses to “3 Smart Home Improvements”

  • I appreciate what you said about assessing the wear and tear of your house before selling. I need to get an agent to sell my house in Tampa. It just needs some repairs before we list it.

  • I am trying to invest in my house for automation, but I don’t know which sectors I should invest in. After reading your article, I understood that I should spend on furniture, painting because it would increase the value of my house. Thanks for the nice sharing.

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