Home Improvement projects are always fun to dream about and plan out. Fixing or updating the fixtures of your home are a great way to make your home more “your home”. It’s an attainable fantasy, but what does it do for the value of your home? What is the ROI (Return on Investment) on your dream home improvement? How can your mortgage help you with home improvement?
Every year, Remodeling Magazine goes through and compares the cost of home improvement projects against the value that they bring to your home. This is the return on investment, or ROI. Looking through their cost vs. value analysis shows that certain projects tend to give back a solid ROI.
While these are a few examples of home improvement projects you can do, they give a solid indication of what improves the value of your home and what you can do to really help build value. So, now, how do you pay for it?
You can lay the cash out, or put it on a credit card, sure. You can also open up a risky HELOC, or Home Equity Line of Credit. That’s essentially a credit card that you open up against the equity in your home. The best way to fund a home improvement project is with a Cash Out Refinance. A Cash Out Refinance takes the money that you have paid into your home, the equity that you have built over the years, and lets you use it to make your home more valuable.
A Cash Out Refinance gets you the cash you need to make your home “your home”.
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