Seems to me the lift is the least of it. To take out the lift you get a contractor for a set price or a good handyman by the hour who may be able to do it for 60% cheaper. Course the building permits
differ everywhere. Just get estimates since you already live there and compare to price of house
vs. assessed value. When you own you have to pay
taxes, insurance and are recipient of devaluation
It is this kind of lift. I was hoping that the lift might reduce the value of the house, thereby making it more affordable.
by dosweg7 years ago
I installed a solar energy system then rented my home - can I still claim the 30% credit?Or, should I uninstall and move the system to my new primary residence?
by anglnwu5 years ago
Anyone ever used a yurt for camping or rented one?How was your experience? Do you like it?
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