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Top Home Improvements To Raise The Value Of Your House

If you’re thinking about selling your home later in the year, you might want to consider what you can do to make sure you hit that ceiling price. It’s not always easy to get the price you want for your home. Many people take on home renovations as a way to boost the value and appeal when the property goes on the market. Some renovations can be more appealing than others. And some will add a lot of value too.

Think about when you look around people’s homes. If you’re buying a house soon, you will probably be most interested in the size of the rooms, and the quality of the kitchen and bathrooms. These are the three top things to consider when you want to put your own property on the market. Real estate can be tough to sell if you don’t have an attractive offering.

Kitchens should be practical, especially in a family room. There should be space for an island or a breakfast table. Cupboards should provide adequate storage solutions. Built in appliances are very popular too. If your kitchen is due for an update, it is worth considering having this done before you sell. A kitchen remodel is very attractive to a potential buyer.

When you look for builders to complete the work, be sure you have a clear idea what you are looking for. You may have some pictures saved on Pinterest or in a scrapbook. This will help you see the style and structure you are interested in. However, your builders may have a portfolio of designs to show you that could pique your interest too!

Bathrooms should be immaculate. They need to appear brand new, even if they’re a decade old. Grouting, tiles, and seals should be brilliant white. A mold and mildew spray can usually bring them back up. If not, consider replacing what is past salvage. Built in storage that covers pipe work is very attractive. Always keep your products away in the cupboard. It keeps the room tidy for when people come to view it.


A master suite should have a good private bathroom. If you can fit a bathtub in there, that can be very appealing. Natural light is desirable here too. Open windows provide the best ventilation for these areas. Choose strong wall colors that match the color scheme of the bedding well.

Rooms can feel very small when they are cluttered. Try to clear out everything that doesn’t truly belong in there. People don’t mind clutter in basements or garages as much as seeing it in the living spaces. However, using a storage unit to minimize your personal possessions around the home might be a good idea.

Make sure your rooms are dressed for their purpose. Dining rooms should have a table and chairs, and bedrooms should have beds. Built in storage is highly desirable and helps to declutter the house. Consider open plan spaces as it can make the home feel more spacious with a better flow. Present the lifestyle your buyer is aspiring to and your house will be sold in no time!

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