Adding Value to Your Home: Projects that Make Your House & Yard Worth More

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Creative Homeowner, 1999 - House & Home - 175 pages
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Adding Value to Your Home is a practical guide of home-improvement and repair projects that increase home and property value. It is filled with projects homeowners can do themselves to fix or upgrade all areas of the home. Adding Value to Your Home shows why it is so important to spruce up the yard for prospective buyers. The book provides clear text and illustrations, all in step-by-step format, for the many exterior and interior projects it covers. A special section on financing discusses the latest in home financing and mortgage products.

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Contents

Introduction
5
Doors and Windows
33
Exterior Repairs
49
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Sid Davis, owner of Sid Davis & Associates, in Salt Lake City, Utah, has over 23 years of experience as both a real estate broker and home renovator. He has written numerous articles for national publications on real estate, finance, and business.

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