How You’ll Pay for Ignoring Home Repairs

Posted by Bonnie Martin Designated Broker on Thursday, August 7th, 2014 at 5:38pm.

construction_adamvilimek_450zillow.com - First-time homeowners sometimes find themselves surprised at how much maintenance they need to do on their houses — even new ones. Sometimes maintenance is as simple as plunging a toilet or touching up paint on a wall or stain on a deck. Other times, however, home maintenance means bigger projects. These are the kind you might not be willing to undertake right away — either because you lack the expertise or the money.

But skipping these projects could wind up costing you in the long run. How? Because neglecting some maintenance or repair projects could mean expensive home insurance claims. That means paying a deductible now and facing the prospect of higher premiums in the future.

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