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Three Things you can do to Raise the Value of Your Home Without Spending thousands of dollars

Tuesday Jun 11th, 2019


Every homeowner wants to boost the value of their investment — hopefully without spending tons of cash and that makes sense noone wants to spend thousands of dollars just when they're selling their home.

That's why home owners should consider these things Before listing their home on the market to get the maximum value out of their home.

Think again before you rip out the entire kitchen

The first thing i recommend homeowners do before a major overhaul is “look at your comp set.” That’s essentially another way of saying analyze your competition. “What are the values of the other houses similar to mine in my neighborhood, what are they on the market for, but more importantly, what have they sold for?” to get the sold prices follow the link below and ask the expert.


“People say, ‘I love this beautiful granite countertop and high-end cabinets.’ But they’re not necessarily looking at the cost after you buy all that and then over-invest in the kitchen. It might look good, but you could’ve gotten something for 60% less. It’s always about what the house will sell for.” In other words, pay not just for what you would like, but also for what will entice others to spend a little more.

Fresh paint lets a home breathe, even in the bathroom

Paint can go a lot further than one might think.

White or a light, natural-colored paint that brightens up a room makes a huge difference and doesn’t cost a lot, That extends beyond the walls. “If you have dark kitchen cabinets, you don’t need to replace them. Prep them and paint them, which will really open up the space. In the beginning of my career, I used to do that because I didn’t have a lot of money.” Lighting matters, too, Hidden LEDs to brighten up cabinets and counters “warm up the space.” Similarly, bathrooms in need of an uplift could use a few new fixtures like shower heads or faucets, plus a spray of epoxy over old ceramic tile, for a budget-minded redo.

Last but not least the easiest and the cheapest way to raise the value of your home..yes you guess it right!!

Get rid of all the mess

Hoarders aren’t the only ones who could vastly improve the marketability of their homes by de-cluttering. “Purge things you don’t need in your house—books, paperwork, extra furniture,”


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