When a homeowner decides to remodel, there are many factors to weigh regarding where to start and how much to spend. First and foremost, it’s important to look at your family’s needs as well as the impact on your home’s value. Your final remodeling decision should make your home more livable, while also increasing its value. Here are some projects we suggest to find that magic balance.
Patio or Deck Addition
Outdoor living spaces give your family more space to gather while also adding value. Buyers consider outdoor living spaces as a huge plus when looking for a new home. When designing your outdoor extension keep entertaining in mind to add the most value. Consider a drought-resistant landscape for low maintenance and appeal to future buyers.
Adding square footage to your home will always add value. If you are a growing family or need an in-law suite this is a great remodel for both practicality and added equity. Adding an additional bathroom to your home is another way to expand its livability while also creating a selling point for a potential buyer.
Most sellers recoup 100% of the cost of their kitchen remodel. Buyers are always looking for updated, stylized, modern kitchens. Whether you do a full remodel or just a cosmetic update, this can make the kitchen an enjoyable place to spend time, while also increasing your home’s value. The most important factors for a kitchen remodel are cabinets, appliances, countertops, and flooring.
Most families spend a lot of time in the kitchen, so this remodel will not go without use. Increasing functionality, storage, and appearance are things to consider when remodeling your kitchen.
Modern bathrooms are at the top of the list for most potential buyers. Bathroom remodels will always pay off. Some people report doubling their investment by refacing their homes bathrooms before selling. If you leave your bathrooms floor plan intact, the remodel could be very affordable. Remodeling a small guest bathroom is a great way to experience the remodeling process before a larger project, such as the kitchen.
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