4 Projects That Will Increase Your Home’s Value 4 Projects That Will Increase Your Home’s Value

4 Projects That Will Increase Your Home’s Value

Monday, December 31, 2018

When selling your home, you want a great deal. You want to receive an offer that reflects the value of your home. And, in addition, you also want to create a space that potential buyers will fall in love with. To do this, you want your home to be in tip-top condition. While there are a number of possible projects and upgrades you can complete, some of them will pay off more than others. Here are four projects you should consider if you want to improve your home’s value.

1. Energy-Efficient Windows

While energy-efficient windows do not drastically change the look and appearance of a home, they are a major selling point. This is because they are expensive and inconvenient to install but they can save a significant amount of energy and decrease your energy bills. Energy-efficient windows can cost you between $200 and $800 per window but you can receive up to 80% of your investment back when selling your home.

2. Kitchen Remodels

Updated kitchens are not only a perk for many buyers but it is where you can receive the biggest return on your investment. Plus, you don’t need to knock down walls and install new cabinetry. You can do little things such as refinish or paint cabinets and walls, add new hardware, install a new backsplash, or replace old appliances. These are projects that will not only improve your home’s value but attract many buyers to your home as well.

3. Improve Your Landscaping

If you have a yard, you want to make sure it is in excellent condition when placing your home on the market. Make sure the grass is mowed, the flower beds look great with plants and flowers, bushes and trees are trimmed, etc. If you have a swimming pool, make sure this area is staged well and fix cracked or broken bricks, repair pathways, update lighting, etc. If you do not have time to take care of your home’s exterior, hire a professional to do so.

4. Update Your Front Door

Your front door welcomes buyers into the home. When this door is old, in poor condition, and has little curb appeal, buyers will expect the rest of the house to be the same. But, when you have a beautiful front entryway, buyers will be more anxious to see the rest of the home. If you do not have the money for a new front door, consider painting your current one and installing new hardware.

For more expert advice on selling your Miami home, reach out to Carla at Global Life Realty. She can answer your questions and help you receive a great deal on your property.

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