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Homeowner's Guide to Saving Money

Photo by Emil Kalibradov on Unsplash
Photo by Emil Kalibradov on Unsplash.

When it comes to purchasing a home, for the majority of us it will be the largest investment we will ever make. If you are making the leap from renting to owning, one of the biggest hurdles is knowing that if something needs repairing in your new home it will be your responsibility to fix. Though most repairs are minor, there are a few that can put a dent in your savings. However, with these future-proofing tips, you can make sure that nothing comes at you that you aren't fully prepared for.

Keep More Money in Your Wallet

Your air conditioner and furnace are two of the most important components in your home. It is known to get cold in Colorado, especially this time of year, and the last thing you want it for your furnace to break. Not only will it be a headache to deal with, it may cost you thousands of dollars to repair or replace. While nothing lasts forever, there are a few preventative measures you can take to make sure it lasts as long as possible. Talk to your local AC/furnace company and have them inspect and maintain your systems. The cost of having it checked once or twice a year to make small repairs as needed will be a lot more affordable then having to replace the entire system. Not familiar with your local AC/furnace company? Ask your agent for help!

One of the worse things to make looming over you as a homeowner is fear of foundation and structural issues. Of course, your agent will make sure you know about any existing problems when buying a new home. While some of these issues are unavoidable, many causes of foundation and structural issues are preventable, like termite and water damage. It will make you feel better to know that termites are not common in Colorado. Water damage is only a problem during heavy precipitation. To prepare for this, have an expert check out the problem. They'll know exactly which stabilization measures you need to put into place before any major damage occurs.

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