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Make A Professional Remodeler Choice

10 reasons why choosing a professional remodeler is the right long term affordable choice. No job too small or too large. You see this a lot, especially with small one man shows and even handyman services, but are they qualified? Capable? Professional? You may be thinking of that small modest remodeling project you want done. …

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Home Remodeling Best Bang For Buck

  Remodeling this year? Most additions are out but replacements are in Although most additions are being considered ‘out’ for ROI, there is a trending toward ADA accessible bathroom and bedroom additions that makes perfect economical and financial sense. More on that in another post here: Home room additions that make good financial sense Basic …

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Rehabbing a Home with HUD 203k

Where can I get the funds to repair my home? ~This is a summary. To read the full 203k Loan document click this link: 203K Loan details from HUD/FHA ~ Learn about a government backed loan program called a 203k rehabilitation mortgage to make those needed Rockford home improvements. Repair inefficient leaky windows & doors, …

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5 Remodeling Projects with the Highest ROI

Summertime is the busy season for home improvement While American consumers remain in bargain shopping moods, indications are that 2011 will offer opportunity for the remodeling industry. A 2010 nationwide Angie’s List poll showed most members are planning home improvements. On average, those plans call for projects that will cost nearly 5 percent of their …

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How To Work With Your Contractor

Are you in the process of planning to remodel your home? If the answer is yes, here are some tips on how to establish and maintain a good working relationship with your remodeling contractor. Of course you believe you’re a reasonable, understanding person with whom anyone would be happy to work. However, if you’ve never …

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