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Yes they are, but you need to be specific on the specific location or street name...that will help narrow down a better answer. Do you have a specific timeframe you are looking to move?
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The majority of rental homes I've seen don't include these things. I think it's fairly safe to assume that if you're renting a house you'll need to pay for utilities. Occasionally the landlord will provide lawn care or hire someone for it, but that will likely be stated in the lease. As far as furniture goes though, you definitely will need to have your own furniture. I've never seen a furnished home before for rent or for sale. That's definitely a responsibility of you when you live there.
I don't know that I've ever heard a hard-and-fast rule for how much you should spend on a kitchen remodel. I think that really just depends on what you want to add or change in your kitchen. However, if you're planning on reselling your home, the amount that you specified sounds about right. That's especially true if you want to make sure that you add enough value to your home to recoup the remodel costs. http://kansascityremodel.net/services/kitchen-remodeling-kansas-city/... more
Sorry, but what I meant to ask is why the estimated values seemed to have disappeared from Trulia a while back and now they seem to be back. I understand Zillow has bought Trulia and figure that might have something to do with it, but the estimated values on Trulia and the "Zestimates" on Zillow are not the same. I realize they are only rough estimates based on limited data but I wonder why they, now merged, use apparently different algorithms to get to their estimates.... more