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FedrickJaclyn

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I always thought that when we own a home, we will be spending rest of our lives. Home that will be a result of our hard work and sometime for some it will be their life investment. That home should be a signature of our own and it will be representing my identity. But, I don’t see people considering it to be their own, instead some see it as investment and way through which they can earn. They live in a place where they are not at all happy with but manages because the changes they’ve brought will get them a good resale value of the place. 

I always come across an article saying how to keep your house's resale value at the peak. One of the latest which I came across was on de-cluttering, another way to increase the resale value. http://www.gorillabins.ca/blog/decluttering-to-increase-your-resale-value/
Is this the way one should live their lives in a home that is their own? Just a thought shared.

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