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Re: Thinking about how to update our living space/house!!!

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04-12-2014 20:51:15

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If you have the land, and can over see the rental, Do the new structure. Think of SIP panels (R-controlbrand or others) Jim

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04-12-2014 22:05:17

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 Re: Thinking about how to update our living space/house!!! in reply to Janicholson, 04-12-2014 20:51:15  

I really don't have a good spot to build on. Most of the places I would want to build on, would be too far from the electric and would have a long drive.

A building site is major part of the issue too. I don't want to live too far away from where I currently do. There are not any building sites close that are for sale at any price.

As for the renting the current house. We already have some rental property. So we are already handling renters.

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04-13-2014 06:56:36

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 Re: Thinking about how to update our living space/house!!! in reply to JD Seller, 04-12-2014 22:05:17  
If no land options show up in the window of need, I would stay put and put the funds toward ADA improvements. They can add real value to the home and. if done with good design sense, will be attractive.
My parents are still on the green side of the grass in their 90s and have a 18 foot ramp to allow easy access to the main floor. We (kids) put a lock on the door of the basement to prevent access and use main floor rooms for stuff they need to get at.
They are tended to twice a day for several hours, and are operational.
Good luck, and may the return to home be easy and healing. Jim

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