Getting Your Home Ready To Sell

Get The Best Bang For Your Buck Whether You’re Staying Or Selling!

Whether you are thinking about remodeling your home to sell or would like to enjoy it for a while here are a few tips and tricks to get the most out of your projects!

Paint: A new coat of paint is the most inexpensive way to give your home a face lift and has one of the best returns on investment. New paint lightens rooms, hides visual defects, and instantly makes a space feel fresh and clean.

Garage Door Replacement: If you are thinking of selling, this is one of the highest returns on investment, according to Remodeling’s 2018 Cost vs. Value Report, at 102%. Replacing your garage door can help create a great first impression for a buyer or to welcome you home!

Bathroom/Kitchen Remodel: You can go big or small with this one depending on your budget. Minor facelift for your kitchen/bath could include painting cabinets, installing new appliances or countertops, switching out cabinet hardware, fresh caulk, or light fixtures.

Flooring: Nothing’s better than walking into a room with clean carpet or gleaming hardwoods. Buyers love hardwoods, but if it’s not in the budget, limit it to public areas where guests will see it and go with a less expensive carpet in the bedrooms.

Exterior/Curb Appeal: A front door replacement also has an ROI over 100%. If that is not in your budget a fresh coat of paint can go a long way. Other low-cost improvements that really give your home the wow factor are exterior power washing, fresh flowers in pots or in the landscape, a clean yard free of leaves and debris, new mulch, and trimmed hedges.


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