Home Improvements To Help Boost Your House Price
Inspiration : 28 - 04 - 21
Whatever your budget, there are plenty of ways you can add value to your property before selling this year. For inspiration on where to start, have a look at these home improvement suggestions, ranging from high cost to low:
Conservatories or sunrooms – adding a conservatory or sunroom is one of the most cost-effective ways to add more value to your home, with an estimated 6% uplift to the value of your property.
Refreshing your kitchen or bathroom – it is often said that potential buyers will look at the kitchen and bathroom first before they pursue a property. If you think these rooms could do with a refresh, replacing old worktops and painting cabinet doors is a fail-safe and cost-effective way to improve the overall look.
Updating old boilers and central heating – a new boiler or central heating system is a key element to consider if yours hasn’t been updated recently. A dated or inefficient heating system could put potential buyers off, as this will result in work for them after moving in.
Fixing a damaged roof – improving the core foundations and features of a property is always a safe bet. A new or fixed roof is essential for both insulation and structural purposes, and will save buyers from having to take on the task themselves.
Upgrading the home to be smart and energy-efficient – energy-saving smart home improvements are not only good for the environment but are also a great addition to have to add value to your home. This can be achieved by installing smart lighting, using energy-efficient LED bulbs, followed by upgrading to eco-friendly appliances, adding double glazing, and upgrading insulation.
Creating a defined sunspot and seating area in the garden – If you don’t already have a defined sun-spot, creating a zone for this will help potential buyers picture themselves living there and enjoying the weather and seasons to come. An attractive seating area is also desirable, providing outdoor space that is suitable for entertaining and alfresco dining.
Redecorating – decorating can make a world of difference to your home, whether that’s a fresh coat of paint, updating wallpaper or installing new carpet. It’s also important to remember to stay neutral and avoid any loud colours that could deter potential buyers.
Tidying up the front garden – the front garden is the first thing that welcomes people to your home, so it’s important to keep your garden up to scratch. Before beginning any major project, it’s important to ensure that you are spending your money wisely and understand the cost versus the potential return you will gain.
Please contact us today to talk about your home improvement plans and get advice on what will make the most difference to your home’s value.