If you’re thinking of selling your home or looking to increase its equity, there are a few easy upgrades you can complete to increase the worth and appeal of your property. Here are five easy and affordable ways to boost your home’s value.
Making your home more attractive from the outside will help it stand out in a competitive real estate market. Start by catching up on any home maintenance projects, such as washing your windows, pressure washing your walkways and touching up exterior paint. Landscape upgrades will also go a long way.
Decluttering your home will make it feel roomier and give the illusion of having more space. Consider getting rid of furniture you don’t use and clearing surfaces of decorations or unnecessary objects. If you have some money to spend, a basement renovation will add extra livable square footage.
Small touches matter, so replacing dated bathroom faucets, cupboard handles or drawer pulls can make your home feel more modern without a big expenditure. If your budget allows, consider functional updates such as replacing cabinet fronts or adding new laminate countertops. And if you can spend the money, kitchen renovations are known to really pay off when it comes time to sell.
A fresh coat of paint can go a long way to give your home a clean, updated look and feel. Consider getting rid of old curtains or dated window coverings and replacing old appliances that look (and perhaps smell) a little too old.
Home buyers like to visualize themselves living in the home – and a clean, functional laundry space will help make your home more appealing. A laundry room makeover done right could potentially act as a tiebreaker for buyers comparing your home to others on the market.
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