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Ways to add value to your house.

Want to know how to add value to your home? We are here to help, just follow our tips, whether you are carrying out a complete house renovation or a quick makeover, we’ve got it covered.

Even if you don’t plan on selling your house any time soon, it pays to know how to add value to your home.

Just ask yourself some questions. How much do you want to spend to renovate your home and what will it get you in return? What are the best renovation features that will appeal to potential buyers when you decide to sell?

One thing’s for sure - by changing or enhancing different elements in your home, you will be able to increase its resell value.


Remodel the kitchen.

The kitchen is considered the centerpiece of the house for good reasons. Today, a modern kitchen immediately appeals to prospective buyers as it’s the place where they’ll probably spend a great deal of time.

Buyers will focus on the kitchen carefully to make sure it’s updated with all the latest amenities. It’s not easy or cheap to renovate a kitchen, but it’s a project that will likely pay off well in the long run. Expensive appliances and great design pretty much pay for themselves over a few years. You can slap on a higher price tag if you have custom kitchen cabinets and natural stone countertops.

Spruce the bathroom

One of the most important part of the house is undoubtedly the bath. So, it stands to reason, that anything you can do to help a bathroom be or appear newer will be a major value-add. Start by replacing the old floor and if the tub and shower don’t look too sharp, make them more aesthetically appealing by changing the tiles. If you don’t want to invest too much, small repairs such as painting the walls and fixing old fixtures can do wonders as well.

Get techy

Selling a home of the future is easier as it offers benefits for you and the homebuyer. More homebuyers will see the appeal of a smart home as smart gadgets are becoming more prevalent. As the younger generation comes through, their needs and requests will be different compared to the older generation of homebuyers.

Create open rooms

This is a huge demand for many people’s home interiors these days – an open concept floor plan, where the family can be together regardless of the particular activity they’re involved in. Gone are the days that cooking, eating, and reading a book are separate activities that require separate living spaces.

Swap out old hardwares for new

Small-scale, detail-oriented updates will make a big difference in how fresh and updated your home feels. Particularly in the kitchen and bathroom, installing fresh hardware will provide an instant facelift, even if the larger pieces (e.g., cupboards, vanities, etc.) are more dated. Small investment, big impact.

Or you can simply consult and Interior Designer

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