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Jill Aylwin - Real Estate Broker, Realtor, MBA
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Improving Your Existing Home: Costs
There are many costs to consider in a home improvement project - from the contractor's fee and the cost of permits to the price of materials for your renovation work. It is a good idea to sit down before the project begins and make a list of your expected expenses. As you do this, you will also want to take a close look at your financial picture.
This might include getting a copy of your credit report, which is available through the three major credit-reporting agencies, and verifying that the information is accurate. Then talk to your lender about various home improvement financing options and consider how the project cost will affect your long-term financial goals.
Several options are available for financing home improvements, including a home equity loan, home equity line of credit, or a loan that allows you to combine a refinancing of your existing loan with funds for home renovations. Your lender can help you determine the financing option that will meet your needs.
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