Great Location in Ruxton with Room for Expansion

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Ask just about any real estate agent to list the three most important things a property should have, and you’ll likely hear: “location, location, location.” That phrase has been in use at least since 1926, according to The New York Times, and is just as relevant now as it was then.

Is there a neighborhood that you are longing to get into, but the price of your dream home is out of reach? How about finding a house in the area, within your budget, that will benefit from renovation and sweat equity?

Open flow between kitchen and dining room.
Open flow between kitchen and dining room.

Whether you start with just a few simple changes that create more curb appeal, or decide to gut the entire home at once, fixing up a home in a great neighborhood will give you the best return on your investment. Conversely, you can buy a beautiful home that doesn’t need any work. But if the block is sketchy or just plain bad, you could have a hard time selling the property at a decent price. Click to read more



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