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Remodeling Tips That Add Value

In The Living Room

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Create a focal point by adding a fireplace. Whether built from scratch or prefab, a traditional style will have mass appeal.
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Replace a regular window with a bay window to make your room feel larger. If possible, work in a window seat for built-in storage.
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Give your walls a coat of fresh paint. It lets potential buyers know the home has been maintained. Neutral colors are best.

Throughout The House

1.
Replace drafty windows with new energy-efficient models. You’ll see a return when you sell and save on bills in the meantime.
2.
Refinish hardwood floors. Buyers see wood floors as a sign of quality, so there could be dollar signs hiding beneath old carpet.
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Make the most of what you’ve got by looking for opportunities to transform unused space, such as finishing a basement.

In The Kitchen

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Upgrade your countertops. Granite is the most popular choice, but soapstone, quartz, and even concrete can add value.
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Add an island. Even if it’s not built-in, people love the extra workspace a kitchen cart or prep table brings to the room.
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If your appliances are more than 10 years old, replace them with energy-efficient models.
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In The Bathroom

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If your home only has one bathroom, building a second (or even a half) bath will add considerable value to your home.
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Refresh the look of an outdated bathroom with new tile.
3.
Install a second sink (particularly if it’s your master bath). A double vanity can be a big selling point, especially for buyers who have outgrown their current home.

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