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Mon Jun 15, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
I don't think it will be a big hit to your resale value unless the cabinets aren't good. I don't think you'd have to disclose where you got the cabinets to any buyers in the future, and even if you did, if the cabinets are good, then it shouldn't be too big of a deal at all. I would suggest trusting your contractor because she is the professional. If you don't like the idea though, you can always say you want something different. you're the one who is going to have to live with it.
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Thu Jun 14, 2012
Mike Netzel answered:
Dear Prof,
Here is a very simple answer,
to what otherwise is not the simple question
most would readily believe that to be.
Does your lifestyle allow you to purchase a multi unit?
A. Tax Deductions a single family home does not afford.
B. Income a single family home does not create.
C. What if you end up staying longer than you plan?
What if you leave much earlier than you forecast?
What if the size of your household grows?
In all cases - you rent the unit you were residing in...and no problem.
Wondering why I think this is a great idea?
I did it.
Mike@TheMikeNetzelTeam.com
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