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Swimming pool financing
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Installing a swimming pool can set you back as much as $55,000. But it can sometimes pay for itself by increasing the value of your home. If you don’t have the money up front, you can wrap it into your mortgage or take out a new loan. Just make sure the investment is worth it in the long run. Otherwise, you might want to save up for it instead of financing.
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