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Investing from the Bottom Up: Finishing Your Home's Basement  by Joe Cooper

As real estate prices continue to decline in many areas of the country, homeowners are searching for ways to strategically update their homes to increase the value. Finishing a basement can be the answer--take advantage of existing space in your home to add square footage and storage space. In over 200 metropolitan areas in the country, home prices fell again this past year. They are declining at a slower pace, but many homeowners are still struggling with home prices and the future of their investment. Single family homes are still the most sought after residential properties in most suburban areas of the country. Homes with basements can be rarer, and can offer added square footage, storage space, and value to any home. ... read more

Finishing Your Basement with Flair  by Gaby Hyman

As your family grows, converting or finishing your basement into living space not only opens up your house and increases room for work or play, but it can also add significantly to your home value. You must exercise care in the design of your basement, ensuring structural integrity before you pick up a hammer. A successful finished basement relies on adequate electrical, plumbing, and heating/cooling components, as well as sound drainage and moisture control.
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Before you begin, select a design for your basement that accommodates existing walls and space while meeting your needs. Your basement must be dry, have sound existing walls, and adequate head room. There are many possibilities for a finished basement, including:  ...  read more



Start To Finish Your Basement
by Brett Feeman

Is this the year you've promised yourself you're going to organize your basement once and for all? It's a noble goal, but difficult for one reason: if you have an unfinished basement, organizing it will always seem like an unfinished project. One way to begin bringing order to your basement--and to begin the process of finishing your basement--is to build interior walls along your basement's exterior walls. (Note: If your basement is prone to flooding or excessive moisture on the exterior walls, you should deal with that problem first.)      read more




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