8 Ways to Increase The Value of Your Home This Year

Getting the maximum value for your home when selling it can seem to be an extremely tedious task. However below are a few home improvement ideas to help you increase the curb appeal and monetary value of your home.

  1. Kitchen – The kitchen is the heart of the home. A modern/updated kitchen always tops the list of desired home features. Small investments here can leave a lasting impression. New doors, cabinets, handles and worktops can be replaced by spending very little. Special focus should be placed on storage options and high quality worktops.
  2. Flooring – Installing the right flooring boosts property value. If you have carpets, you can replace them with wooden flooring with a durable factory finish to give your home a luxurious feel.
  3. Energy Efficiency – Converting the home to an eco-friendly place is the smartest thing to do in today’s time. It not only adds value to your home but also saves money in the long run.
  4. Bathroom – A new stylish toilet can significantly increase the value of your home. Make sure the bathrooms are environment friendly, built with good quality fixtures and accessories that stand out.
  5. Loft conversion – These are one of the most cost effective ways to increase space and value of a home. If your home was built before 1975 and if your loft has a maximum headroom of 2.3m, you should be able to execute this successfully.
  6. Deck Addition – Decks go a long way with charming prospective buyers. Using a quality supplier and attractively building it, can increase the value of your home as well.
  7. New Entry Door – A front door not only increases the curb appeal of the home but should also does a good job of protecting it. While the national average cost of replacing an entry door is about $1,400, the resale value is around $1,300, which means about 90 percent of your costs will be recouped.
  8. Roof Repairs – A leaky damaged roof not only leaves a bad impression but also lowers the value of your property. Make sure signs of dampness are not visible in your house and the roofs get repaired before they create lasting damage.
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