Buying a home is a huge deal. It’s such an exciting time, right? With all the good that comes of it, there are so many considerations. Your budget will get a bit tighter, so it’s probably good to know what kind of improvements will be needed before you make the big decision. When moving to a new home, we all have big visions. Maybe a wall here or a new deck there. It’s necessity vs. wants. DIY projects naturally sound appealing because you can save big bucks and there are some things you should leave to the pros. I’m really excited to partner with Chase, which is helping to make the homebuying experience easier. This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own.
The truth is, only you know which way to go, but I wanted to share some interesting things to help you along in the decision making process. A couple of weeks ago I shared an Infographic in this post about Modern Homebuyers with results from a survey from Chase. We talked about some trends that might be helpful to know when it comes to deciding how to (and if you should) up the value of your home with improvements….