4 Home improvement tips to increase your property value

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Tips to increase your property value – When it comes to home renovations, you cannot always regain the money you spent when it comes to selling your property. According to the experts at Reno-Assistance, most homeowners want to get the best value for their money when doing home renovations. Therefore, there are significant things to keep in mind before you decide to remodel. You should consider the cost versus the value. Then, decide if the improvement that you want to do is a worthy investment. Ultimately, if a time comes when you decide to sell your house, you can ask for a higher price. 

Here are 4 Home improvement tips to increase your property value.

tips to increase your property value

Landscape and Frontage

The frontage of your home is one of the most valuable parts of your home. It is the first thing that people see as they approach your home. It is said that a good first impression of a home can add at least five percent to its value. Ensure the paint of exterior walls and details are redone. 

You should make sure your driveway is well-paved, and any lawn spaces should be well maintained. Your front yard must also be well taken care of. If your space can still accommodate additional features, consider adding a deck. Adding some furniture on it will complete the look. And if you want your living space to look bigger, be sure to consider this loft conversion company in South West London.

Create a Home Office

As the trend of home-based jobs and companies giving employees the option to telecommute rises, a home office can add some value to your home. If you ever consider adding one, make sure there is plenty of workspaces. Also, do not forget to have grounded outlets installed. Make sure to include auxiliary outlets like data ports and an extra phone line to get that functional home office you have been planning to get. 

Increase Light and Space

Dark, confined rooms do add great appeal to all real estate properties. One thing that homeowners can do to increase the appeal of their property is to open up the house to create more of a flow and enhance the natural light. Consider knocking down some walls to brighten up space, and introducing new windows. 

An open floor plan will also make a home feel much larger and is better for entertaining. Increasing the ceiling height of space will add more openness. Likewise, vaulted ceilings will do the same and create the illusion of more space. Introducing skylights can also flood the room with more natural light.

Update Your Kitchen

tips to increase your property value

A kitchen upgrade can increase your home’s value especially adding custom kitchen cabinets. When planning a kitchen upgrade, it is vital to consider the cost of the materials you will use over its value. This can range from simply replacing your old hardware accessories into new ones. Replacing cabinets or remodeling the entire space.

Takeaway Tip

There are a lot of other ways for you to improve and renovate your home, but you can get started with the earlier mentioned ones. Still, for a fool-proof renovation, seek help from the masters at Reno-Assistance. They have years of experience dealing with the best contractors in town. 

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