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Raise Your Home’s Value With These 5 Easy Improvements


If you are ready to sell your home, it pays to make sure you are maximizing your equity. Large-scale home improvements may increase your home’s value, but they may also cost you. Rather than spending thousands of dollars on major improvements in your home that may or may not pay off, try these five easy improvements that can raise your home’s value and help you sell it faster.

#1: Give Your Bathroom a Facelift

The bathroom is one of the key rooms that buyers will look at when deciding to purchase your home. If your budget doesn’t allow a complete bathroom “facelift,” there are still plenty of ways to heighten the look and feel of your bathroom.

Replace older fixtures to improve the look and functionality of your bathroom without spending more than your budget allows. You can also put on a fresh coat of paint and vamp up your accessories with new hanging towels and a new shower curtain. Another easy fix is to give your bathroom a deep clean to make your floor tiles look brand new.

#2: Turn Up the Lights

Old light fixtures and poor lighting can attract attention to the wrong places in your home. You can spend as little as $100 on new light fixtures and completely transform your home and give it a warmer and more modern look and feel to keep buyers focused on the best attributes of your home.

If you don’t want to spend time or money switching out light fixtures, simply give your current fixtures new bulbs with higher wattage to light up your home.

#3: Play Up Your Kitchen

Your kitchen is another important selling point for your home. Installing new cabinets or appliances comes with a big price tag, but you can give your home a fresh look just by making small cosmetic changes, such as painting your cabinets a neutral color to appeal to more buyers. You can also trade outdated hardware with new cabinet and drawer pulls to freshen up the kitchen and add detail.

#4: Clear Out the Clutter

Clutter is a huge distraction to potential buyers. When buyers visit your home, you want them to be able to envision themselves living there. If your home is disorganized and cluttered, buyers will feel overwhelmed and it may cost you a sale.
Sift through items in your home and get rid of things you no longer use or no longer need. Or, box up belongings you don’t need until you move into your next house. The less clutter you have in your home, the more additional space buyers will see.

Cleaning and organizing can completely change the look of your home, and all it will cost you is some elbow grease and maybe a storage unit.

#5: Create Curb Appeal

You only have one chance to make a first impression, so make sure that your home has excellent curb appeal. Mow your lawn, plant new flowers, clean up your mailbox, and make sure that your hedges and trees are trimmed to give your home stunning and eye-catching appeal. Just think – if the outside of your home doesn’t impress potential buyers, it will be hard to get them inside.

Need more tips on adding value to your home before a sale? Connect with our team today to learn more. We’re just a phone call away and look forward to hearing from you soon.