Increasing the value of your home with home improvement remodeling
When most people set about selling home they forget that their property is worth exactly what someone thinks that it’s worth. No more and no less. If a prospective buyer thinks that it’s worth more then you will make more money when you sell it. The location of your property and the size of it sets the base worth of the home but at the end of the day it won’t sell at the price you think it’s worth unless someone likes it when they view it.
So to increase the value of your home and make money when you sell it you need to make it look nice. That’s all you need to do, make it look great. By making your property look amazing instead of dull and tired you can increase the value of your home by as much as 20% in some cases and you can go a long way to achieving that goal without spending huge amounts of money.
Home improvement tip
So what makes someone like your property when they come to view? It isn’t the location or the size of the buildings because they new all that before they came to visit. Most people either fall in love with a place or hate it depending on what they see when they walk around. At the end of the day that comes down to the interior decorating and general impressions they get when walking around. Even clutter in rooms can put people off even though it has nothing to do with the property at all.
Concentrate on what your property looks like rather than trying to increase value with building work because that is what will give you the most increase in value for the least outlay of money.
Bathroom home improvement
The bathroom is a room that can really turn a visitor into a buyer if it looks good and there is a lot you can do to it without needing to spend a lot of cash on it.
Make sure that everything in the bathroom is spotlessly clean. Treat and eradicate any black mould that might be growing in places like the grout between tiles and the sealer around fixtures. The sight of black mould alone can be enough to put off a prospective buyer altogether. Always dry up any condensation as it forms as this encourages the mould to grow. Make cleaning a regular chore.
Lighting can play a big part in your bathroom experience so investigate soft soothing lighting arrangements. Small lights placed around the edges of a very small bathroom can make it look bigger than it really is which will immediately increase its perceived value.
Paint the walls and ceiling or better still, tile the walls. Light coloured tiles with simple designs are best for a bathroom and can be inexpensive. If you have the budget, tile the whole bathroom from floor to ceiling to give the biggest ‘oooh’ factor. This is very effective in a small bathroom.