The amount you spend depends on your decisions about many things. Here are some to think about:
When you move into your new home you’ll want to change the exterior door locks for security. After all, you want only the people you choose to have the key to your new home. You can change the locks yourself, or call a locksmith to do the job.
Both your old home and your new home should be given a thorough cleaning at moving time. Whether you’re buying a bunch of cleaning supplies and doing it yourself, or hiring someone to clean for you. Plan for this expense. Cleaning services can be super reasonable & save you alot of stress on Moving day. Ask me....and I can defiantely give you a few refferals Ive used in the past with great success.
You might want to re-paint, replace some light fixtures, refinish the floor, re-carpet, or do any number of other re-decorating tasks. Plan your budget, and consider postponing some projects for a period of time. Cover your main areas first & a word to the wise....DONT take on too mnay projects at once. Renos are stressful !
If your offer to purchase didn’t include appliances, and if you don’t have your own, you will have to buy them when you move into your new home. Appliances can range for bottom of the line washer & dryer combo at $399 to over $1000 each. It really depends on the name brand & quality. Also, Some appliances might have installation & delivery charges.
When you own your own home, you can no longer call the landlord and/or parents to do repairs. You’ll need to own some basic hand tools and possibly some gardening and snow clearing equipment. ie...lawnmower $150+, snowblower $300+
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