Taking Real Estate into a New Year 2011 – Baton Rouge Realtor

Taking Real Estate into a New Year 2011 - Baton Rouge Realtor
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www.tombahama-mama.com Now that it's a brand new year, I look forward to the market making positive movement in Louisana. Baton Rouge MSA is recognized as one of the faster growing areas with great job growth and rising income averages. This causes investors and businesses to look at opportunities, (more)

Baton Rouge Real Estate Values: How Much Do Enclosures Additions Add

Baton Rouge Real Estate Values: How Much Do Enclosures Additions Add
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www.batonrougerealestatebuzz.com - Baton Rouge Real Estate Values: How Much Do Enclosures and Additions Add? In this video, Realtor and Broker, Tony Zito, and Home Appraiser, Bill Cobb, discuss how appraisers value enclosures and additions. It all depends on the quality of the improvement.

Baton Rouge Real Estate Value: How Much Value Do Pools and Metal Bldgs Add

Baton Rouge Real Estate Value: How Much Value Do Pools and Metal Bldgs Add
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www.batonrougerealestatebuzz.com - Baton Rouge Real Estate Value How Much Do Pools and Metal Bldgs Add. In this video, Realtor and Broker, Tony Zito, and Home Appraiser, Bill Cobb, discuss how appraisers value pools and metal buildings. Generally, the return might be 1/4 to 1/3 of investment, but no (more)

Video Of Baton Rouge Homes Value: How Much Value Do Pools and Metal Buildings Add?

http://www.batonrougerealestatebuzz.com/ – Video Of Baton Rouge Homes Value: How Much Value Do Pools and Metal Buildings Add?

baton rouge real estate tony zito and bill cobb talk pools and metal buildings

In this video, Realtor and Broker, Tony Zito, and Home Appraiser, Bill Cobb, discuss how appraisers value pools and metal buildings. Generally, the return might be 1/4 to 1/3 of investment, but not always. Sometimes pools have no value at all, especially the older the age of the pool. Some people likes pools and others don’t and end up filling them in with dirt. However, if you’re buying a home to live there forever, enjoy that home and add what you can afford to install…..just don’t expect to get a dollar-for-dollar return on your investment of items in your yard.

I wrote more about this topic here, “Greater Baton Rouge Homeowner Should Not Have Added $60,000 Pool In A $150,000 Subdivision

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Greater Baton Rouge Real Estate Question: Is It Wise To Invest $60,000 For A Pool and Landscaping For A $250,000 Home

NOTE: Just don’t let that pool salesman convince you that adding that pool will significantly increase the value of your home.