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Buying Your Home Furniture Without Breaking the Bank

March 12, 2013

Buying Your Home Furniture Without Breaking the Bank

Moving into a new home usually means buying new furniture to make your house livable. However, that can mean a lot of money out of the wallet. Although you want to save more and cut down on your expenses, it’s important to invest in good furniture for your home.

Ideally, you want to buy furniture that is durable, functional, aesthetically-appealing, yet reasonably priced. Here are a few suggestions on how you can purchase home furniture without breaking the bank:

  • Search online. There are certain online shops that offer discounts on their lines of furniture. There are also homeowners who are trying to sell their old furniture. Searching online can open a lot of store options for you, so you can find the best deal.
  • Consider discount outlets. You may or may not find what you’re looking for when you go to an outlet store, but one thing is for sure: discount outlets are a lot cheaper than big stores. So, if you want something more affordable, even if it is just temporary until you buy something nicer, try searching these places.
  • Understand what your home needs. Yes, that huge sofa is marked as 25% off, but would it even fit in your living room? Not all good deals on furniture are ideal for you. Determine what you actually need for your home and stick to it. Measure your living room or dining room before looking for furniture.
  • Think about maintenance. Think of how you will maintain a particular piece of furniture before buying it. If you can maintain its tip-top shape, then it makes sense. Otherwise, it could lose its value quickly if you are not able to maintain it properly.
  • Don’t forget the warranty. Before heading to the counter, inquire about the warranty. You need to be sure that the furniture remains in good shape after using it for several days.

Chris George
Oklahoma City Realtor
405.843.8188

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