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Old 12-26-2014, 03:07 AM   #15
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agree totally. You'll not recoup your money invested in the flooring. However, your rig will sell faster than one without the makeover. Just my 2 cents.
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We installed laminate in our previous MH. Loved it. When we traded the unit the dealer was impressed got a good deal. Our unit resold in 2 weeks. We are now installing Anderson scraped engineered wood in our present MH. The installer said it would not show scratches as much. He is a pro and is even installing it in our slide area. So your question will it lower the value LMHO it will help the value. Worst case is it won't lower the value and you get rid of all that dirty carpet which we hate.
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Luxury Vinyl Tile.

Such as this stuff.

Commercial Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring by Armstrong
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What I have found is that virtually all "Buyer's" are looking for the Top of the line Coach, new or used with all of the extras, upgrades and add ons. But they only want to pay for a bottom of the line coach with no extras, upgrades or add ons at a deep discounted cost. But from a sellers standpoint, unless you are desperate to sell wait for that "Buyer" that will show up and say that is exactly what I want and I see the value added in your Coach. Might be a long wait but they are out there.

So make the upgrades that please you but realize that increasing resale value is in the eye of that Buyer that really wants your coach.
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The "installer" - Pro?
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The "installer" - Pro?
Who 'Dat?
Why you of course. Want great flooring installed contact Ernie.
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