4 Major Renovation Tips to Add Value to Your Home

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4 Major Renovation Tips to Add Value to Your Luxury Homes

Renovating your home to add value can be quite a process, and sometimes it may feel overwhelming. However, adding worthwhile upgrades here and there can truly make the value of your home increase when it comes time to sell. What often gives families the most fear of even beginning a renovation is the cost. You’ve probably streamed shows in which a couple spends tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of dollars for major renovation projects and thought to yourself: “If I only had the money to be able to liven up our home a little bit.” The good news is you don’t have to fork over your entire life savings in order to accomplish this. I’m going to share with you some simple ideas to update the house that will not only increase its value but also give you the satisfaction of living in a better-looking home.

4 Major Renovation Tips to Add Value to Your Luxury Homes

Tip #1: Paint One of the easiest and most basic ways to add a little flair to your home is a new coat of paint on the walls. Maybe you’re tired of the plain white walls and would like a little green or blue. Have at it! There are all kinds of options; and with the right touch, it can really make your home come to life.

Tip #2: Landscaping Renovation doesn’t just include what’s inside the home; it includes the outside as well. Luckily, this too should be a no-brainer when it comes to updates. Applying sod to the lawn can give it new life as well as more plants and freshly trimmed hedges and the like. Depending on where you live and what the area allows, you could even plant new trees that will add even more variety to the landscape of your home. No matter what you choose, updating your landscape over time can add more appeal and thus more value to your home.

Tip #3: Dishwasher A good dishwasher goes a long way to adding peace of mind in your home. I love being able to just load dirty dishes in a dishwasher and not think about spending a long period of time hand washing the dishes. If your home doesn’t have a dishwasher, you should consider the investment. Not only will this also give you that same peace of mind, it’s a nice addition to the value of a home. Even if you end up keeping it when you move, having that appliance with you takes a little less stress off your life. If you own an older dishwasher, consider upgrading. This can lower monthly utility bills and make cleaning dishes more efficient.

Tip #4: Kitchen One of the key areas, and often most expensive, to update is the kitchen. However, you can add a lot with a little over time. Consider painting the kitchen cabinets or saving up for a new refrigerator or adding a food pantry or replacing the tiling on the floor. Even adding in new light fixtures can liven up the kitchen and make it feel more inviting. When selling a home, buyers often look at the kitchen as one of the key selling points to a new living space.

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