Projects To Add Value To Your Home
Selling a house is perhaps one of the most stressful times in an adult’s life. How do you make your nest more appealing than your neighbors'? Just because you enjoyed your home and think it’s worth a certain amount, it does not mean the buyer agrees with you.
Real estate agents and interior designers report there are a couple of things people can do make their house stand out from the rest. Small fixes around the house can increase the value of a home by 16%. You may question whether it’s worth making the effort but the reality is that most home buyers want to move in to a new place that requires very minimum change.
You can give your bathroom a facelift for minimum cost. This is one of the rooms that buyers focus on. It will be money well spent as far as return on investment goes.
Laundry closet that invites you to do your clothes
Simple changes can make a huge impact on a buyers decision whether they want your property or move on to something else.
Adding Manufactured Stone Veneer
Even though it’s less expensive, manufactured stone veneer no longer looks like the cheap cousin of the real thing. Modern versions are durable, beautiful and natural-looking. Adding veneer around the bottom third of your home’s exterior will return nearly your entire investment, and because it’s lightweight and easy to work with, you can even do it yourself.
Every homeowner dreams of having an impressive kitchen, and overhauling yours will give you a reliable bump in home value. Where to spend your budget: splurge on great backsplash materials, beautiful hardwood floors and top-notch cooking equipment. If you can’t afford all the higher-end equipment, nothing beats well-designed, well-calibrated ovens and cook surfaces, whether it’s gas or induction.
Add a fresh coat of paint
Paint is one of the most important tools available to homeowners. With just a few brush strokes you can transform a space and not just make it look better, but actually increase the value of your home. Given that the investment is usually pretty low, the ROI on a good paint job is great.
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