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Money-Saving Tips for ‘Living’ Privacy Screens

Installing a fence isn’t cheap, but the cost of a real-life one made of shrubs and bushes can fly off the charts.

Traditional fencing for a 70-by-90-foot lot could run $3,000 to $5,000, depending on materials, reports HouseLogic. Privacy screening plants for the entire perimeter easily could cost double that, especially if you use a landscaper.

That’s why it’s critical for homeowners to spend wisely when planning to install a living privacy screen. Tweet a free article, Add a Living Privacy Screen to Your Small Home, from the REALTOR® Content Resource. It’s one of four free articles now available in the August “Don’t Be on the Fence with Fencing” article package.

You can also tweet (or post to your website, blog, or Facebook page; e-mail; add to your e-newsletter; or brand, print, and hand-deliver) any of about 1,000 always-free home listing, selling, and ownership articles. Just search the REALTOR® Content Resource by keyword or topic for other content ranging from home improvement and maintenance to taxes and finance.

While you’re adding REALTOR® Content Resource materials to your marketing communications, be careful not to download photos or videos on the site. The REALTOR® Content Resource doesn’t have permission to allow others to use them, and owners of the images actively search online — and charge violators for — unauthorized uses. Learn more in the Reprint Rights Policy .

The REALTOR® Content Resource is brought to you by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. With it, you can download free homeownership content from HouseLogic to your marketing materials.

HouseLogic is comprehensive consumer website — from NAR — geared to helping homeowners make smart decisions to enhance, maintain, and protect the value of their home.

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This post was contributed exclusively for REALTOR® Magazine.

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