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Determining the most profitable real estate improvements

New book concludes that size does matter

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If you are a homeowner, or perhaps a home buyer considering the purchase of a fixer-upper house, you will profit from reading "How to Increase the Value of Your Home" by Vicki Lankarge and Daniel J. Nahorney. This enlightening new book explains which home improvements are profitable and which might be enjoyable but won't add as much market value as their cost. This light, easy-reading book is filled with important facts that homeowners, home buyers and real estate agents need to know before embarking on home renovation. What makes the book especially valuable is it is filled with facts, not just opinions of home renovation experts. Along the way, there is sage advice of what homeowners should do to avoid major improvement mistakes. Purchase Bob Bruss reports online. For example, if you are considering adding a swimming pool to your home, be aware that is an unprofitable investment. In fact, it might hurt the resale value of your home because many prospective home buyers won't even l...