Spring is in the air. As nature enters its annual time of renewal, many homeowners’ thoughts turn to renewal as well – renewing their homes through home improvement projects. Many projects, like trimming the landscaping or painting the bathroom, are easy on your pocketbook. But the big projects that can really add value to your home – and increase your enjoyment of it – aren’t always easy to afford.
Saving up for these large purchases isn’t always feasible. But when the project you want to tackle will actually add to your bottom line, financing becomes an excellent option.
What projects can add home value?
Everyone know projects like kitchen and master bath remodels offer a good return on your investment. And, certainly, these projects look lovely once they’re complete. But if you really want to hit that home improvement “sweet spot” – projects that will add value to your home while providing you and your family with years of enjoyment and health benefits – consider adding a hot tub or a swim spa to your home.
Master Spas hot tubs offer amazing benefits. Indoor and outdoor installations will provide your family with stress reduction and entertainment for years, while instantly adding to your home equity. Master Spas Swim Spas give you the best of both worlds – the relaxation of a hot tub, combined with the exercise benefits of a pool. Check out our selection here!
What are my spa financing options?
No matter your choice, there are likely financing options to meet your needs and your budget. If you’re planning to add a spa or swim spa as part of a larger project, a home equity loan or mortgage refinance may be your best option. Rates are typically low, and there may be tax-associated benefits. Be sure to talk to your tax professional for details.
Other financing options are also available. If you’d like to learn more, come in to Leisure Works today!
When you’re ready to improve your home, considering the value you’ll get for your investment is definitely important. But don’t hesitate to spend money on home improvements that will boost your quality of life, too. After all, there’s no dollar value you can place on that.