How to Increase the Value of Your Home

Are you looking to increase the value of your home while staying within your budget? Full remodels, even for one room, can cost many thousands of dollars. If you’ve been thinking about selling your house at some point in the near future, you’ll want to start getting ready as soon as possible. Whether you just bought a house or you have lived there for a while, the fastest way to increase your home’s value is by making a plan. A recent study carried out in the U.S. highlighted that home improvement projects cost about 20 to 25 cents on the dollar. The other 75 to 80 cents spent go directly back into the home through increased value.

Did you know, many home improvement projects don’t add value to your home, especially in a down market? In fact, some improvements can even reduce the asking price when you do decide to sell. With this in mind, you shouldn’t spend too much money on the wrong improvements. Increasing the number of bedrooms at the expense of other rooms, such as living rooms may be a mistake. As far as possible, buyers should be given the freedom to decide the use of the rooms. There are some projects that can add significant value to your home.

You will fare better if upgrades are made intentionally and not on impulse. Selling a home in today’s competitive real estate market can be assisted by having a fully functional, aesthetically attractive home. Simply offering the lowest price on the block is not enough to make a lasting positive impression. When potential buyers are viewing several homes in your neighborhood, you’ll want yours to be the one that stands out for the right reasons. Bass Windows created the below infographic which gives you all the tops tips you’ll need on all the potential ways you can increase the value of your home.



Erin Emanuel

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  1. Keep your house clean and use modern furniture and household items in your home.Paint your home once in a year.
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