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re: Buying a Home


My advice is buy the least expensive house that meets your needs in the nicest area possible.

This should almost always be the answer for a starter home. I'd recommend making sure it has 3 bedrooms and at least 2 full baths for resale purposes.

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Bear Is Dead
Member since Nov 2007
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re: Buying a Home

I would also recommend one with a kitchen and master bath that needs updating. You can get a great return on a small amount of money invested to revamp these rooms. I only added a coat of paint and some new appliances to my kitchen and the increased my appraised value by 15%.

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