Selling a Home? Opt for these 5 Home Improvement Projects
So many homeowners planning to sell do so as is. Little do they know that they’re losing thousands of dollars with this decision. The fact is, making a few home improvements can dramatically increase the final dollar amount you’ll sell your home for. It is well worth the investment to consider at least a couple of the following projects if you plan to sell your home in the near future. With these ideas you’ll get the most for your home!
You might be surprised at how much of a difference a fresh coat of paint can make, but it is true. If the home is looking a bit dull (and if you haven’t painted recently it probably is,) adding a fresh coat of paint is an excellent idea. If you DIY you’ll spend less than a couple hundred to paint an entire home, or $500 or less for a professional. But, the added appeal and interest that you create in the home is fantastic, as is the additional cash you can pocket.
Homes with basements should be waterproofed. So often those looking to purchase a new home will consider only those that have been waterproofed. Waterproofing provides outstanding protection against foundation damage. If you basement is not already waterproofed, this is something that you should do without delay.
Yes, the outside of your home matters. In fact, it is just as important as the inside. Your lawn and the front of the home are the first things that potential buyers will see. If you impress hem, they are doing to want to continue to make their way inside and see what is in store. Make sure that you have colorful flowers lining the entrance way, well maintained shrubbery and beautiful grounds. A welcome mat is always appealing!
The flooring in your home should look nice, no matter what it is. There are tons of choices in new flooring that is affordable and if your homes flooring isn’t looking its best, it is a good idea for you to consider it without delay. For those on a budget laminate flooring is one of the best.
- Perk up the Kitchen
When a person is buying a home, the kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the house. The number of things that you can do to spruce up the kitchen is endless and each one is a definite way to secure more cash when the house sells. One major improvement to consider is cabinet refacing. This is less pensive and less invasive than replacing them, but still allows you to change the entire look of the house.