If you’ve been thinking of putting your home on the market, chances are you’ve also been wondering how you can add some value to your property before you list. Today, I’ve got a few tips.
If you’ve been thinking of selling your home, what are some of the ways you can improve your home’s value as you prepare it for the market?
Surprisingly, paint is the one thing that will bring you the quickest and highest return on your investment.
Giving your home a fresh coat of paint in a neutral color, such as gray or off-white, is a cheap, simple way to add value.
If you’ve got wallpaper, you’ll want to remove it and paint the wall, instead.
Never underestimate the importance of curb appeal.
Next, clean or replace your flooring. Things like old, dirty grout between your tiles and stained carpeting should be replaced. Clean, new flooring will always bring a good return.
Additionally, never underestimate the importance of curb appeal.
The first impression of your home means a lot. Properties with poor landscaping will turn off buyers—so be sure to tidy your yard, clean your sidewalks and windows, and give the exterior of your home a fresh coat of paint before placing it on the market.
Kitchen upgrades, such as changing out countertops and lighting fixtures as well as replacing appliances, will add a lot of value to your home.
Currently, we’re offering a great deal for our clients. If you want to improve your home but are under a tight budget, we can help. We’ll take care of repairs and get your home sold for no out-of-pocket expense.
We’ve already helped dozens of sellers with this deal.
If you’d like to learn how you can take advantage or if you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.