If you have ever done any major home renovations, you are likely aware that in some instances, a permit will be required. In certain cases – such as installing new flooring, paint, countertops, and faucets – it won’t be necessary to go through the permitting process.
If you own a home in Florida, you are likely well aware that things can get pretty dicey during hurricane season. Officially, hurricane season in Florida runs from June 1st to November 1st every year, with storms usually peaking in the months of August and September.
As the Coronavirus continues for yet another season, it is becoming clear to many that life as we used to know it will never be the same. But, as we all evolve with our new normal, many people are finding ways to benefit – especially as it pertains to spending more quality time with family and friends.
With the year 2020 being so unique in a number of ways, it’s hard to believe that the holiday season is just around the corner again. But soon it will be time to think about turkey and stuffing, and adding a touch of green and red accents inside and out.
Owning residential rental property can require you to spend time managing tenants and maintaining your investments – and in some cases, it may involve implementing various updates in order to attract (and keep) good renters.
When considering any type of home renovation, people will oftentimes gravitate to the kitchen and the bathrooms. One reason for this is because updating these areas can help to increase the overall value of the property.
With the fall season quickly approaching, many people are already indulging in pumpkin spice coffee and adorning their homes with orange and brown color schemes. But this time of year may be a bit more difficult for some in 2020, given our “new normal” that has been brought about by COVID-19.
If you’re preparing to sell your home, you may not want to spend time or money making repairs and various updates. In fact, many people would rather offer their home for sale as-is and focus more on fixing up their new residence.
While there are certainly some costs involved when renovating your home, many upgrades and additions can add to the value of the property. But what if something unexpected happens during the renovation process? Will you have to pay out-of-pocket, or will your homeowners’ policy provide coverage for the expenses?
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