The Pros and Cons of Used Jet Skis {awesome|amazing|Great|Special}

Just like cars, when you consider buying used jet skis there are some things to think about. There are definite pros and cons. With jet skis, there aren’t too many disadvantages.

This article is all about buying a used one. Not saying that buying brand new is such a bad thing, but you really should consider the benefits of going used.

First of all, used jet skis are cheaper. When you purchase something already used, the price is definitely going to go down.

The value is not the same for all jet skis. You need to consider how old it is, the condition it is in and of course the model. Usually the price will be lower if it is in worn condition and several years old.

Most sellers of used jet skis are private owners. This usually means that the price will be significantly lower than the actual price. And, it is very possible that the jet ski was hardly ever used.

You will usually have no problem finding a used jet ski to buy. People usually sell them because their garage is too full and they hardly ever got around to using it as much as they had hoped.

Actually, when it comes down to it, a huge reason why sellers want to sell is because jet skis cannot be used all year round unless you live somewhere warm.

I mean, why have a brand new jet ski when you can only use it in the summer? It is really only worth buying a new one if you lived right by the water and in a very warm climate where you will get to use it most of the year.

Finding used jet skis for sale is actually quite easy. There are websites and online auctions where you can pick one up. I would also suggest looking in your local newspaper and classified ads to see if there is anyone local who wants to get rid of theirs.

If you find a jet ski that is in great condition you may want to consider making a little bit of extra money by renting it out.



Source by Kathi Janine

Goodbye Master Bedroom – Hello Master Suite {awesome|amazing|Great|Special}

Gone are the days of the simple master bedroom, with a small closet and perhaps a utilitarian ensuite. Enter the days of the master suite – a sanctuary and oasis – a refreshing place where you can relax at the end of a hard day. According to recent reports, the master suite should be second only to the kitchen in terms of luxury. Almost every new build today includes a master suite, so when considering your renovation, this should be the standard to aspire to in order to maximize your resale value.

What is a master suite?

For homes built in the 1970s or before, the master bedroom was more of an afterthought. After all, it’s just for sleeping in, right? No more. Today, master suites can include everything you might find in a typical living room – and more. A fireplace? Check. Relaxing lounge area? Check. Television? Check. And by its very definition, a master suite requires both a walk-in closet and an ensuite – the more decadent the better.

So what type of master closet are buyers expecting these days?

For nearly every home today, buyers are expecting a walk-in closet in the master bedroom. The average size of a master closet is around 50 square feet, but depending on your home’s price point, your master closet could range from 20 to more than 80 square feet.

For homes at a lower price point (this is a relative price point depending on your location), your master closet should be large enough to accommodate at least one row of shelves and hangers. Although wire shelving is functional, it is always a good idea to upgrade to solid shelving.

At a middle price point, you should consider a closet that is large enough for two people to enter. The closet should be made of solid surface materials such as wood or melamine, and incorporate enough shelving and hangers to accommodate his and hers sections. At this price point, you should consider some extras that will add a special touch. This could include drawers of different sizes, shoe racks, tie racks and more. Also keep in mind that buyers are looking for that oasis and luxury feel. There are many ways to convey this feeling, including using trendy wood grains and high end pulls and accessories.

At a higher price point, the sky is the limit when it comes to master closets. Consider a room that is large enough to accommodate a centre dressing table and full length mirror. Luxurious dark wood grains, furniture style cabinetry and granite tops are very popular and will add a high end feel. Also consider adding some unique accessories and decorative items, such as lamps. Buyers will remember these special touches.

My bedroom is too small to accommodate a master suite:

If you are lucky enough to have a large master bedroom, a good designer can provide you with strategies to incorporate an ensuite and walk-in closet. Don’t worry if you can’t visualize your new space – that’s what closet organizers and designers are for. However, you may be thinking that your master bedroom is too small to create the space needed for an ensuite, let alone a walk-in closet. Don’t worry, you may still have options. Do you have a guest room or a den adjacent to your master bedroom? If so, likely your existing closets are built back to back. This makes it relatively easy to convert and gives the opportunity to sacrifice some or all of the bedroom space to create your new master suite.

So no matter what your price point, you should consider including a master closet upgrade into your overall renovation plans. It’s not only what buyers are expecting, but it will be an addition that will make you more organized and relaxed right now. And that’s a great reason too.

For more information, visit Designer Closet Guys website at http://www.designerclosetguys.com

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Source by Chris Isfeld