Remodeling your home can get quite expensive very quickly. It is a huge investment, in time as well as money. If you’re getting ready to sell your home, you may not want to invest a whole lot into it at this time, but you want to make it as appealing as possible to potential buyers. These 3 projects will help you get as much as possible out of your home remodeling investment.
Stone veneer is a light-weight composite material that mimics the appearance of stone. It is not a replacement for your home’s siding, it is a supplement. Adding stone veneer to the lower half or third of your home’s exterior will “dress it up” and make it look nice, increasing its curb appeal and providing you a nice return on your investment.
Minor Kitchen Remodeling
While a full kitchen remodel may seem like the smartest investment, you may not need to do all of that. Especially if you are planning to sell your home. Minor updates are typically all that’s needed, as long as there are no underlying structural issues. Minor projects that are worth the investment include:
- Re-facing cabinets instead of replacing them
- Luxury vinyl or laminate flooring instead of natural stone or porcelain
- Re-surfacing counters with less costly counter tops, rather than granite or quartz
Finishing the Basement
There are a huge number of reasons to finish your home’s basement, the return on your investment is just one. When people are searching for a new home, they see a finished basement as a huge benefit and are usually willing to pay a bit more for it. A finished basement provides quite a bit more space in your home, which will increase your comfort as well.
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