Home Improvements For Seniors and Older Americans
Your home is one of your most valuable assets–sometimes even greater than your savings account–so why not make it look as good as possible?
A reverse mortgage can be a source of income for seniors hoping to make home improvements to prepare for retirement.
In an article published by US News, Tom Sightings outlined the five best home improvement projects.
At the top of the list was the kitchen.
It’s the part of the home that a lot of people send time in, whether they’re cooking or not, people have to eat, it’s a rule of life. An expensive (looking) kitchen goes a long way, especially to new or old visitors.
The second priority is the bathroom.
The luxury of a bathroom is so important that even TIME Magazine did a list of the Top Ten Famous Toilets to commerate how people have spurged on their bathrooms.
Behind the luxury bathrooms is the frontyard.
It’s not surprise because it’s the first thing people see from the street. The front has to create a desirable balance of cleanliness and beauty. Clip the grass, plant some seasonal flowers and watch that curve appeal flourish.
If the inside and front of the house are important, the top is just as important invest in the roof improvement ot prevent leaks or an undesirable cave in.
Windows are also a source of concern when it comes to the light bill.New windows are a great natural light source and offer fresh air so that you save more than you send on a remodel.
Finally, cosmetics such as painting and decluttering.
Make the house look spacious why getting rid of unneeded clutter and spruce it up with a fresh coat of paint to make it look good as new.
Home improvement projects can go a long way into benefiting you and your home in the future. If you’re interested in receiving information on a reverse mortgage or think a reverse mortgage is right for you, give us a call at (888) 845-6630 or email us at info@PSReverseMortgage.com. We do not pressure those who inquire.