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Skip these 5 renovations to avoid harming home’s value
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Skip these 5 renovations to avoid harming home’s value

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There’s been a boost in at-home renovation projects within the past year, and it shows no signs of slowing.

The Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity released in April forecasts mid-single-digit gains in yearly home improvement spending in 2021. By the first quarter of 2022, a 4.8% growth will occur.

“With a financial boost from recent federal stimulus payments and strong house price appreciation, homeowners are continuing to invest in the upkeep and improvement of their homes,” Chris Herbert, managing director of the Joint Center for Housing Studies said in a press release. “This lift in incomes and ongoing strength of the housing market are providing homeowners incentives to make even greater investments in their homes this year.”

But before you make your next renovation, ensure that it will help and not harm your home’s value. Start by skipping these five projects.

Warmer months offer an ideal time for outdoor work. But many pros get booked quickly, so act fast on these summer home improvement projects:

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