Smart Home Improvements

Added Value Improvements
95%Remodeled kitchenKitchens are an extremely important room in every home, and improvements can greatly increase value.
90%Remodeled bathUpdate colors, fixtures, and install a double vanity if room allows.
85%New landscapingRemoving overgrown bushes and planting new shrubs and flowers is an immediate eye-pleaser to potential buyers.
80%New windows and doorsNew windows and doors improve both the looks and efficiency of a home, as well as minimize exterior maintenance.
75%Finished basementHere's a great way to increase living space without adding an edition.
75%Second bathAn additional bath has become more of a must than a luxury today. It takes very little space to add a bath and increases salability and value. Keep in mind that master baths are on many buyers’ wish lists.
75%FireplaceFireplaces have excellent aesthetic value and can be a good investment especially if they are energy efficient
75%Master SuiteKeep costs in line. Try combining unused spaces to create this area.
75%Room additionKey rooms such as family rooms, extra bedrooms and extra bathrooms may add more value. The key is not to over improve.
70%DeckOutdoor living space is a desirable asset.
70%New roof, siding and installationThese items can add efficiency, update the look of an older home and prevent future maintenance problems. Some may be considered normal maintenance however.
60%GarageIts value increases if you live in a harsh climate.
50%Exterior paintA little bit of paint can go a long way in improving the looks of tired trim and siding and increase salability.
40%Heating systemA new furnace can be considered a maintenance item so do not replace an old system unless it is necessary.

Jim Maloof Realtor, Inc.

Tee Rynerson
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