Home repairs and renovations often improve the value of a home. However, claiming them on your taxes is another story. Claiming repairs all depends on what kind of home repairs or renovations you have made to your home and how well you’ve documented the expenses.
Textured ceilings come in many different forms, but no texture has created as lasting an impression as the popcorn ceiling. You see them in homes everywhere, but have you ever wondered how they are installed?
While many homeowners choose to painstakingly scrape their ceilings smooth, popcorn texture still has some demand. Unlike some ceiling plaster styles, popcorn ceilings aren’t textured by hand. They require a specific bit of gear.
Homeowners have many different options when renovation costs exceed their savings, but they don’t need to put off crucial work when they can’t afford it right away. Lines of credit and credit cards are common options, though the often exorbitant interest rates make these tough choices. If you already have a mortgage, the last thing you probably want is another thing to pay off.
To avoid adding new avenues of debt to your life, there are several options you have when looking to work renovations into the mortgage, both for soon-to-be and existing homeowners.
You don’t get a remodel or renovation without at least a little “renovation stress”. For many homeowners, it’s a necessary evil you have to go through to get the room you want. While we can’t eliminate all the stress, here are some tips that will make the renovation process smoother, more organized, and much less stressful!