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BV001417

11:36AM | 06/27/13
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My wife and I had a home built and moved in last year but our plan is to sell in three years this will be the time our last child goes to college and we would like to use whatever overage we can get to go towards her education. What reno's bring the most value for the dollar. The home is 3049 square feet and so far upgrades have been we've added crown molding throughout, added a 20 foot pavered patio firepit to the back, ceiling fans throughout, kitchen backsplash, ceiling fans throughout, what can we do to the house now to increase the value of the house in three years? Here is a picture of the patio we added, everything else is new. Thank you Bob.
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danielleb

02:01PM | 06/27/13
Member Since: 12/20/10
127 lifetime posts
Bathrooms and kitchens are where your biggest return on dollars are. Outside projects will never get you a profit.

Sylvan

06:16PM | 06/27/13
Member Since: 01/24/06
1449 lifetime posts
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Exactly a bathroom redo and kitchen brings in normally double what it cost to install according to articles I have read

sherylm

05:32AM | 07/13/13
Member Since: 07/13/13
2 lifetime posts
Being an Interior Designer, I suggest, go for kitchen and bathroom renovations, some renovation of bedroom. You can get idea from Interior Designing tips.
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