Home improvement really can increase the value of your property! When you are selling your house yourself, no doubt you want to save as much money in fees and charges as you can. Additionally, I’m sure you would also like to get as much profit as possible. If you are selling your house yourself, here are some tips on how to increase value:
1) A new kitchen or bathroom seems to offer the best return on any investment. However, it can be costly at first. Your best bet is to find out exactly how much the work will cost and then contact a professional appraisal company for an estimated increase in value!
2) Simple, but easy. Repaint the exterior of your home regularly. Numerous home selling and value experts agree that repainting the outside of your house can help to increase the asking price.
3) If you are redecorating or remodeling, try and stick to the original design of your home as much as possible. Find color schemes and home improvements materials that will compliment your property. Keeping it simple is one of the best bits of advice on how to sell your house yourself. What would you find attractive and inviting if you were a prospective buyer?
4) Think long and hard before adding any additions. Does your property need a new decking or large basement? Once again when selling your home, think like a buyer. Think about what will make your home look good and seem more appealing!
Written by Sam Renstaff
Categories: Real Estate Advice for Sellers