Older Homes are More Expensive to Operate, Study Finds

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The National Association of Home Builders, who’s goal is to get everyone to buy a new home, has released a study in which it found that “homes built before 1960 have average maintenance costs of $564 a year, while a home built after 2008 averages $241.”

Kind of obvious, if you ask me. But there’s an opportunity here for someone.

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