With energy costs rising, energy-effincient upgrades are starting to appeal more and more to the homebuyers in the present market. While a beautiful kitchen or fully remodeled master suite would differently grab ones attention, depending on where you are located and how much it cost for energy, homebuyers are willing to pay more for a home with them. Not every home's value increases with an upgrade, you have to figure out the cost of energy over time and if its location will benefit from the upgrades while marketing is always key in very home-buying experience. When wanting to start making upgrades, the first step will be to get an energy audit from your local provider, some providers may do it for free but it can cost up to $500. Starting with the audit will tell you where to start, how much will each upgrade cost, and plan which order to the upgrades to be most beneficial.
Author:Justin Kim Phone: 206-854-5348 Dated: November 2nd 2016 Views: 837 About Justin: Justin consistently exhibits the knowledge, value and dedication that have earned them a reputation ...
With over 50 years of combined experience, Justin and his team takes real estate transaction to a whole new level by simplifying the steps which otherwise can be very complex and stressful. Throughout the transaction, clients are well informed through open communication lines and they are available to respond quickly and turn around offers and counter offers in a timely manner. His team consistently exhibits the knowledge, value and dedication that have earned them a reputation as one of the most trusted and admired real estate professionals. Justin specializes in homes in North King and South Snohomish county homes and condos including Mill Creek, Bothell, Lynnwood, Seattle, Bellevue.
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