Imagine you’re shopping for a car. You find one that’s a suitable model, a recent year, and hasn’t been driven a lot. The price is right, too. But, there’s a caveat. The paint is worn off in several places. The driver’s seat upholstery is torn and requires repair. And, the tires needed to be replaced… a long time ago. Would you still buy it?
You might. However, unless you enjoy fixing up cars, you’d probably hesitate to make the purchase. After all, in addition to seeing the car itself, you’re noticing the work that needs to be done to fix it. The same holds true when selling your home.
The more “move-in” ready you make the property the more likely buyers are to become interested in buying it. Like when viewing a car, you want buyers to focus on…
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With the high cost of necessities like food and gas, it’s no surprise that fun outings can take a back seat to essential purchases.
But there are a few tricks to help save on your favourite splurges even when you’re on a tight budget. Here are some ideas:
BYOB You might know the concept of “bring your own,” from party invitations, but with some variation it can help you save on an evening out. In fact, many restaurants now let you bring your own wine. They may charge an uncorking fee, but it will most likely still be cheaper than a restaurant bottle. See if it’s an option at your favourite place.
Pack a lunch Apply the bring your own concept to other events, like carry a picnic to your favourite attractions so you’re not forking out for…