What adds value to a home? This is the question many homeowners ask when they’re entering the housing market as a seller. While you may be able to sell your house as-is, you could earn more profit if you make some renovations first. Read on to discover some of the best home upgrades you can make to help get the most bang for your buck!
The first thing people see on your home is the paint job. A fresh coat of paint, both inside and out, can make your home look and feel brand new. If potential buyers feel like they are buying a well taken care of home, they could put in a strong offer.
Like the paint job, the garage door is one of the first things prospective buyers will see when they roll up to your home. While it may seem like a small change, a new garage door can make the entire home look and feel well-maintained.
Kitchens are often referred to as the heart of a home. One way to add value and costs next to nothing, is to do a good deep cleaning. For a small price you can take it up a notch and change out cabinet knobs and drawer pulls. If it’s in your budget, updating the appliances, countertops or cabinets could be a huge selling point sure to be noticed by buyers when walking through your home.
Do your best to remove any stains that may be present. If any part of the flooring is stained or damage beyond repair, it may be a good idea to replace it. If you go this route, consider using a waterproof material such as vinyl or tile.
Thermostats, alarm systems, door locks, cameras and even refrigerators have all evolved to include “smart technology.” Smart technology uses artificial intelligence to do things like remember user preferences, connect via bluetooth and more. Adding this type of technology to your home can benefit greatly and look attractive when it’s time to sell.
Perhaps the most cost-effective method on this list, trimming the bushes and other small landscaping projects can help to add value to your home. The most important thing to note is that you should do this before you take pictures of your home to post when it goes on the market. If you’re not sure when you’re putting your home on the market, take some pictures of the exterior during the summer months so you have those photos on hand if you decide to sell during fall or winter.
We hope this list helps you feel more confident in this market when it’s time to sell. Good luck!
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