6 Tips for Boosting Home Value

Unless you want to design ‘forever home,’ you should think of resale value when doing home improvements. Your house is likely the largest asset you own, so make sure every improvement is worth the cost when updating your home decor. Think about what kind of return each improvement may bring before making up your mind.

If you plan to sell your home, it is imperative to add value to it regardless of your budget. Read on to learn how to increase your home’s value.

1. Add Curb Appeal

First impressions matter the most. That said, make sure your front yard is tidy. A messy lawn, cracks in outside walls, and peeling paint will make a bad first impression. So do all the necessary updates and water your plants regularly.  If you don’t plan to sell your home this month, plant low-maintenance shrubs or improve your lawn by laying new sod, to add curb appeal to your house.

2. Make Your Home Super Clean

A sparkly and bright house is more likely to grab the attention of potential buyers than a dingy home. That’s why a clean home should be one of your top priorities. Prevent mold and dirt from building up, address maintenance problems on time, and declutter your home as needed. That will help you feel more confident when showing your home to buyers.

3. Add Energy-Efficient New Fixtures

Replace all the old fixtures in your home. The new ones will not only make your house more enjoyable, but they will also increase its value. This is especially true for modern, energy-efficient fixtures. However, that doesn’t mean everything should be new. Keep the traditional elements that fit in with the new fixtures.

4. Make the Rooms Feel Bigger Than They Actually Are

Leverage the power of perception. By feeling larger than their square footages, the rooms can visually increase the exterior space of your home. That will affect the selling price. Make your rooms feel more spacious by choosing furnishings that fit the room-scale. It can do the trick. You could also add some skirting boards to help shape out the room.

5. Upgrade Your Kitchen

The kitchen upgrade allows for the greatest return. So, when stage your home for a sale, pay particular attention to your kitchen. Here are a few beneficial tips:

  • Do minor upgrades and updates like changing the paint
  • Go with a metallic look and stainless steel items
  • Add new tiles and colorful backsplash
  • Hang new pots and pans along with fresh wall wine and pot racks

6. Make Lucrative Bathroom Upgrades & Upgrades

After the kitchen upgrades, bathroom updates play the most important role in providing ROI. Don’t skimp on bathroom upgrades. They are worth the investment. Keep in mind that minor bathroom improvements can yield big returns. 

The following are bathroom upgrades to consider:

  • Replace outdated things like old hardware and light fixtures
  • Upgrade the bath area
  • Set up new faucets
  • Change drop-sinks with under-mount sinks
  • Go marble or granite with countertops
  • Invest in heated floors

Final Thoughts

With so many home design and decoration tips, most homeowners don’t know where to start. Well, start with these tips and tricks. Ranging from $50 to $5,000, there is a wide variety of home decorations improvements to benefit from. Weigh up the benefits and the costs of remodeling or updating. In the end, remember that even the smallest home improvements may pay off.