Not all home upgrades add value to your home
Home Upgrades: Smart Projects vs. Costly Mistakes
interview by Gary Foreman
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You love those house flipping shows, so much so that you're looking at taking out a home equity loan to start some improvements to your own home. After all, you'll get the money back eventually when you sell your home. Or will you? To answer this question and more about home upgrades, we've invited Elizabeth Dodson of HomeZada.com to join us on The Dollar Stretcher Interview.
Elizabeth Dodson is the co-creator of HomeZada.com, a site and home management app with the goal of helping you to get organized, be better prepared, and save money managing your home.
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