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Extreme Makeover: Home Addition

Summer is prime time for home renovation projects but these days, with budgets stretched thin and home values in the tank, most home owners are more cautious than ever with their spending. Rightfully so, in most cases: home additions and renovations are hardly an “investment” that will add more value to your house than you spend on the project itself. You can see for yourself in our latest infographic. For more details, read our recent article “Which Home Improvements Pay Off.”

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2 responses to “Extreme Makeover: Home Addition”

  1. […] Summer is prime time for home renovation projects but these days, with budgets stretched thin and home values in the tank, most home owners are more cautious than ever with their spending. Rightfully so, in most cases: home additions and renovations are hardly an “investment” that will add more value to your house than you spend on the project itself. You can see for yourself in our latest infographic done with Credit Sesame. […]

  2. […] Summer is prime time for home renovation projects but these days, with budgets stretched thin and home values in the tank, most home owners are more cautious than ever with their spending. Rightfully so, in most cases: home additions and renovations are hardly an “investment” that will add more value to your house than you spend on the project itself. You can see for yourself in Columnfivemedia  latest Infographic done with Credit Sesame. […]

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