Whether you’re selling your home in the near future or just looking for an upgrade to help increase your home’s value, here are 5 remodeling projects that will pay off.
Create a Backyard Oasis
When it comes to updating your home, taking care of the backyard is just as important as taking care of the inside of your home. The backyard is an important and convenient place to spend time with family and entertain friends and can be updated in various ways depending on budget. Adding a deck, planting flower beds, building a firepit or purchasing new patio furniture can go a long way to transforming your backyard into your very own oasis.
Upgrade the Heart of the Home
As they say, the kitchen is the heart of the home and should not be overlooked when it comes to remodeling and upgrading your home. The kitchen is where the family gathers and spends a great deal of time, so if there is one place to truly invest, this is it. If your budget permits, purchasing new appliances and countertops can transform the space, however, you can also DIY your way to a new kitchen by painting your cabinets or adding a backsplash.
Beautify your Bathroom
Upgrading your bathroom is similar to upgrading your kitchen in the sense that it can be done regardless of how large or small your budget is. You’d be surprised what a can of paint, a new shower curtain and matching towels can do to give your bathroom a whole different look! If it does fit in your budget, though, consider adding new light fixtures or even a new shower.
Wow in the Entryway
The entryway is the first impression guests or future buyers get when they walk into your home which is why it is an important area that cannot be ignored. Your entryway not only includes the indoor, but the outdoor area as well meaning it begins with your front door and front porch. If yours is outdated, try a fresh coat of paint or even purchase a new door which as proven to provide a great return on investment in the long run.
Replace Outdated Windows
If you’ve purchased an older home you fell in love with or have been in your home for many years, it may be time to replace outdated windows with newer, more energy efficient ones. Newer windows can save you a lot of money on your energy bills and although it is an expensive investment, overtime will pay you back in the long wrong. If you’re selling your home, this is also a major plus for potential buyers.
If you’d like to renovate your home but are struggling to find the means to do so, you may want to consider looking into our renovation loan options or cash-out refinancing! Contact me to discuss your options today.