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FOR SALE? How to Revamp Your Home From Reasonable to Upmarket

by Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

in Design & Trends, Interior Design, Variety

Selling your home may sound like one of the best financial decisions that you can make. However, without the proper direction, the process of waiting for it to be sold may be excruciating for any homeowner. This is the reason why home staging is a very important aspect of selling.

One of the best ways to attract more potential buyers is to increase the value of your property. Sure, selling your house cheap may entice people to consider buying your home. However, if you want your property to be purchased at a higher price, you need to attract people with a higher spending capacity.

This guide aims to help you revamp your house to increase its value and to fetch a premium price for your property.

  1. Consult with an expert

Before going all out and buy things to beautify your home, remember that real estate and property market involves details that any home seller or potential buyer needs to know. It would be best to approach someone who knows much about real estate, so that you can get some great ideas to improve the value of your home.

  1. Start with maintenance and repairs

What good is a gorgeous-looking home if the roof is leaking? Remember that not everything that involves home improvement is about aesthetics.

Make sure that you start your value-adding techniques by addressing parts of the house that need repairs – say, leaking roofs, obsolete electrical systems, or pest control. Delaying to address these concerns may make things worse, and so immediate attention is extremely important.

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  1. Use walls as centerpieces

Although they serve to separate sections of the house, walls may be used as focal points as well. One good tip is to make a feature wall that pulls the attention of visitors into it. This is a great strategy if you don’t want to completely redecorate your entire home, but feel the need to have a fresh design perspective.

  1. Invest in landscaping

Real estate agents recognize the significance of green surroundings, and putting some money into landscaping can be a value-adding feature in your home.

You might be tempted to buy plants that are unique and exotic, but make sure that your greens are endemic in your place of residence. That way, you can be sure that the plants can thrive in the weather patterns of your location, and the risk of having wilted plants is completely off the table.

  1. Improve the bathroom

Aside from the living room and the bedroom, one of the most scrutinized areas of the house is the bathroom. Make sure that you spend enough to uplift the aesthetics of your bathroom, because the quality of this room can actually make or break a sale.

You don’t have to change everything in the bathroom, though. Instead of buying new bathroom elements, you may start with a fresh coat of paint on the walls and a change in lighting fixtures.

  1. Enhance the kitchen

This may be one of the most expensive parts of the house to improve on, but revamping the kitchen is a worthwhile investment. Again, you don’t have to scrap everything in kitchen. You can start small, such as installing a new sink, replacing old kitchen appliances, or adding a rug.

No matter how small, simple, or imperfect your house may seem to be, putting the right elements can dramatically amp up the value of your property.

 

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