It is that time of year when we are gathering all of our important tax documents to make sure we file in time. But, how are you going to spend your tax refund if you are lucky enough to get one? Learn how to spend your tax refund wisely by investing in your home.
Use your 2020 tax refund to: buy a home! The Spring is coming and you may be thinking about making a move. Save that tax refund to use for your down payment or even closing costs. Not sure how much closing cost are? Contact Aimee and she can break it down for you.
Use your 2020 tax refund to: upgrade your home! Try to focus on projects around the house that will give the greatest return. For example, add more insulation to your attic. This will help save you money from heating and cooling cost all year long!
Use your 2020 tax refund to: make your home pretty! Curb appeal, anyone? Spring time is the perfect time to add some curb appeal to your home. Add some trees, flowers, paint the front door or power wash the house. Adding some curb appeal to your home can also increase the value of your home.
Use your 2020 tax refund to: make your home green! You can install programmable thermostats to regulate your heat, and air conditioning. Upgrade your light bulbs to compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Over time you will save on energy bills. Explore solar. Many new products are becoming available to the general public to harness solar energy to light your home, heat water or even create electricity for your home.
Use your 2020 tax refund to: add square footage to your home! Adding more square footage to your home will oftentimes add value. Take a look at your floor plan, is there anywhere you can add finished square footage? Perhaps finishing a basement or revamping an attic?
For current market information for your Lafayette and West Lafayette communities or a free consultation, contact The Aimee Ness Realty Group Lafayette Indiana. Our team with over 10 years of local experience, has your back to find your dream home, or sell your current home.