Snoqualmie Pass Real Estate, Mortgage, and the Economy – 10 Remodeling Tips

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If you're a fan of home rehab shows like DIY's "Rescue My Renovation" and HGTV's "Fixer Upper," you've probably imagined yourself in a work-worn tool belt and visor, pencil between teeth, home remodeling that dated kitchen or dingy bath that's been driving you crazy.
Question is, are you really up for a fixer-upper?
Despite what reality TV may lead you to believe, riding solo over a real-life reno is more like herding kittens on hover boards.
"The biggest misconception that someone might take away from watching a DIY show is that they can do everything themselves," says "Rescue My Renovation" host John "Johnny D" DeSilvia. "I strongly recommend that unless you are experienced in the trades, leave them to the pros."
Whether you plan to spiff up your current home or acquire a fixer at discount, renovations are all the rage today.
According to the latest report from Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies (or JCHS), U.S. home remodeling and repair expenditures will grow by 8 percent by the start of 2017, well exceeding the 4.9 percent annual average.
Even so, as if building a budget, drafting a design plan, sourcing materials, assembling a work crew and arranging financing weren't enough, there's also the endgame to consider: Will my home remodeling be worth it?
Here are some tips that will help.

Snoqualmie Pass Real Estate, Snoqualmie Pass Properties, Snoqualmie Pass Homes, Snoqualmie Pass Lots, North Bend Real Estate, Snoqualmie Real Estate, Carnation Real Estate, Suncadia Real Estate, Easton Real Estate, ThomasWolter.com, http://www.snoqualmiepassliving.com

Snoqualmie Pass Real Estate, Mortgage, and the Economy – 10 Remodeling Tips

Snoqualmie Pass Real Estate, Snoqualmie Pass Properties, Snoqualmie Pass Homes, Snoqualmie Pass Lots, North Bend Real Estate, Snoqualmie Real Estate, Carnation Real Estate, Suncadia Real Estate, Easton Real Estate, ThomasWolter.com, http://www.snoqualmiepassliving.com

If you're a fan of home rehab shows like DIY's "Rescue My Renovation" and HGTV's "Fixer Upper," you've probably imagined yourself in a work-worn tool belt and visor, pencil between teeth, home remodeling that dated kitchen or dingy bath that's been driving you crazy.
Question is, are you really up for a fixer-upper?
Despite what reality TV may lead you to believe, riding solo over a real-life reno is more like herding kittens on hover boards.
"The biggest misconception that someone might take away from watching a DIY show is that they can do everything themselves," says "Rescue My Renovation" host John "Johnny D" DeSilvia. "I strongly recommend that unless you are experienced in the trades, leave them to the pros."
Whether you plan to spiff up your current home or acquire a fixer at discount, renovations are all the rage today.
According to the latest report from Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies (or JCHS), U.S. home remodeling and repair expenditures will grow by 8 percent by the start of 2017, well exceeding the 4.9 percent annual average.
Even so, as if building a budget, drafting a design plan, sourcing materials, assembling a work crew and arranging financing weren't enough, there's also the endgame to consider: Will my home remodeling be worth it?
Here are some tips that will help.

Snoqualmie Pass Real Estate, Snoqualmie Pass Properties, Snoqualmie Pass Homes, Snoqualmie Pass Lots, North Bend Real Estate, Snoqualmie Real Estate, Carnation Real Estate, Suncadia Real Estate, Easton Real Estate, ThomasWolter.com, http://www.snoqualmiepassliving.com