Home Remodeling: Top Upgrades With Big Return on Investment

Posted by Staff Reporter (media@realtytoday.com) on May 06, 2016 07:30 AM EDT
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If you are planning to sell your home and doing a home redesign, you have to understand that there is no direct correlation between how much you invest and how much you get out of the renovation project. When computed item by item, a home remodel may turn out as a losing proposition. In any case, little enhancements combined with vision and creativity can result in an overall succesful home improvement that could yield to big return on investment.

Trulia recommends these winning projects for a positive ROI:

Kitchen

Redesigning your kitchen doesn't mean taking down everything. You can replace old appliances, resurface the cabinets, or redesign the countertops. These are affordable upgrades that could change the look of your kitchen.

Master Bathroom

To achieve that luxurious feel in your master bath, setting up a frameless glass enclosure for the shower, adding new fixtures, or changing the old vanity and countertops ought to do the trick.

Paint

Give your walls fresh and new paint. Stick to neutral, earth hues for a more sophisticated effect. Spice up the vibe of the room by punching in a sprinkle of color in the throw pillows, statement furniture, and embellishments.

New Carpet

Nothing could turn buyers off more than tired, old, stained, dirty, and worn-out carpets. Get rid of the old one and replace it with a fresh one with a neutral shade.

Curb appeal

On the off chance that you want the lowest investment for the biggest return, spruce up your curb appeal. Trim the grass and hedges, plant flowers, and give the front door a new look with a new paint in an accent color. To further improve the look and create a strong impression, get a new shiny house number or even a new letter box. Bear in mind the outdoor lighting as well.

 

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