We all need to do a bit of home improvement every now and again. It’s usually catered to what we think is the most important or what we would like to see changed. But when it comes to selling your house and getting your home’s value, it’s a whole different ball game. Because it becomes more about pleasing the majority rather than the minority (that’s you, by the way). Below are tips to improve your home’s value.
1 Get Rid of The Clutter
Take 15 minutes daily to pick up around your home. You can certainly start with one room and put away anything laying out. Set aside time weekly to go through pantries, closets and basements to rid of anything you no longer need or use. This de-cluttering will help to keep your house in order and more organized.
2 Get the experts in
There are home improvement experts who dedicate their lives to specializing in the services they offer, such as interior designers, painting, roofing, installing windows and the like. Giving your walls a lick of paint is fairly easy if you’re not looking for an expert finish but if you’re thinking of getting the outside painted, or even the roof, then you should definitely find a painting company to do the honors instead.
3 Make sure the bathroom stands out
Bathrooms are becoming the staple part in house buying these days. It’s because we all want to have a little bit of luxury. The master bedroom is always at the top of the hit list. The kitchen usually comes in second. Ensuring that you have a fantastically great bathroom might be what it takes to clinch the deal for you. Generally modern bathrooms are a success. Super sleek bathrooms are pleasing on the eye. If you really want to wow the people coming to value your home, install a few spa like features such as a whirlpool bath tub or double shower.
4 Going green will add big money to the value of your home
This is great for two reasons; It will add a hefty amount of value to your home, which is great if you decide to sell up. In addition, you will reap the benefits of sustainable living, whilst you’re still living there. Installing solar power is a pretty costly change to make to your home. However, what you get in the long run far outweighs the wince worthy price tag. You’ll be making huge savings on your electricity bills afterwards so it’s definitely worth a look at.
5. If you don’t have central heating then this is practically a modern day must
The weather isn’t as predictable as it used to be. thanks to global warming. People like to know that they can have a warm home to live in regardless of what season it is. It’s seen as an essential to most buyers these days. You could end up losing out on great offers just because you haven’t even installed central heating.
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