So, this is an article I’ve reserved for my clients who are looking to buy that has a nice formula in it to help Buyers figure how far their dollars can go. Decided I would go ahead and make it public. Just be careful to also estimate taxes and insurance when trying to calculate what your monthly payments will be. A good agent can lead you in the right direction for this additional info. 😉
Photo by Binyamin Mellish from Pexels
According to a study published on CNBC by Diana Olick, Idahoans gained 21,000 on average in 12 months last year. The national average was 15,000 which was the highest since 2013.
To learn more, click here to read the article and check out the map of year over year equity gain averages per state.
I have removed an earlier blog on this topic as it is impossible to discuss the design, layout and types of plants ideal for our region and for improving curb appeal without showing images that demonstrate it. Unfortunately due to copyright concerns, I can only discuss this privately and not on a blog. If you wish to learn more about what you can do this spring to improve your landscape’s beauty without adding to your water bill, please feel free to submit a comment below with your email address and I will follow up with you.
The above image is from the EPA’s photo gallery of water smart landscape designs. If this interests you, I’d encourage you to visit their site and explore the photos of xeriscapes in the Northwest.