Are you selling house? Wan't to get higher price and have satisfied buyer? You can make simple home renovation, which will add value and increase the selling price.
by Holger Zscheyge
When trying to sell your home, it’s important to identify the things that increase the value of it, and those that actually decrease its value. So how can you be successful in enhancing your property’s value to attract future buyers? Estate agents, after all, have plenty of examples of sellers who apparently got it wrong. This series will explore the possible ways to add value to your property before listing it, and talk about the features that could actually reduce the list price. The first part will go over one of the two most important renovations that can boost the price of your house. In the following article we are talking about improving the appearance and function of your kitchen. (Read the second part article for bathroom renovation).
Bathroom by Kerry Vaughan
Along with the kitchen renovation, the bathroom is just as important a room to enhance value. Therefore, if you are thinking about remodeling your bathroom, there are a few things you will want to consider. Here are some tips to help you update your bathroom and add value.
In the third part of the renovations and remodeling to boost home price series, we’ll talk about adding a bedroom and loft conversion - the best way how to improve the value of your property significantly.
Tools by Filippo
With proper renovation, your basement can be turned into a real gem and gain important competitive advantage for your home on any market.
The main concern of every buyer when looking at a basement is the problem of water. If your basement is dry and properly insulated from the elements, it’s a big positive. However, if you have some sort of water problems, do something about it because it’ll be a huge negative.
by Justin Dula
Giving your home an external makeover is the most cost-effective and essential ingredient in adding value. The surrounding of your house is the first and last impression a potential buyer will get, and could be a deal-breaker if it isn’t attractive and well kept. With so many homes for sale in the market these days, first appearances can mean a lot. Step away from your home and try to look at it from a perspective home buyer’s view. How is the landscaping? How is the lawn? Does the home look clean and tidy? In today’s market there are many ways to raise the curb appeal of your home, but keep in mind that not all necessarily add greater resale value but just add a nice aesthetic touch to your home. Nevertheless, a good first appearance of a home can add as much as 5 to 10 percent to the value.
Fractured by Peter Kaminski
Selling your home can be a stressful time, especially if you need every cent of your asking price to finance your move or your next home purchase. There are many ways in which people unwittingly decrease the value of their property. Avoid these mistakes and you’ll be pleasantly amazed at the price your house sells for. Here are some of them: